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St. John the Baptist Cemetery

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.” (Mt. 5:4)

When we are baptized, we are brought to a sacred place, a Catholic church, and there baptized into the mystery of Christ’s death and resurrection, thus receiving the promise of eternal life. When loved ones die, we take them to another sacred place, a Catholic cemetery, while they await the resurrection of the dead and the fulfillment of the promise of eternal life. With eyes of faith, death as seen as a natural passageway to a changed life with God. Burial in a Catholic cemetery is a statement of continued belief in the everlasting life, even in the face of death.


Plots for Christian burial are available for both parishioners and non-parishioners. Perpetual care is provided.

Cemetery Committee

The Cemetery Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the Finance Council regarding the care and practice of the parish cemetery. Members assist with the operation and care of the parish cemetery.

Spring Clean Up - Please remove any decorations you wish to save before April 16. After that date, our cemetery maintenance staff and volunteers will remove and discard all decorations to prepare for spring cleaning.

The Spring/Summer decorating season begins May 1.

Cemetery Committee Members

OPEN, Chairperson

Fr. Subi Thomas, Pastor

Lisa Schoneman, Manager

Steve Meyer, Sexton

Ric Schoneman, Grounds and Maintenance

Contact Us

Contact St. John the Baptist Parish Office for additional information.