Memorials for Cambria and Clearfield Counties
R.H. Kelly & Son

Serving the Citizens of Ebensburg, Patton, Coalport, and Beyond

For four generations, R.H. Kelly & Son in Hastings, PA, has provided quality monuments and memorials for Cambria and Clearfield counties. People from communities throughout the area have sought us to memorialize their departed loved ones. If you live in Ebensburg, Irvona, or anywhere in between, we are here to provide quality service.

Contact Us

212 Bridge St.
Hastings, PA 16646

Ph: (814) 247-6581
Fx: (814) 247-4129

Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 2:00pm
Open Evenings By Appointment

Kelly & Son provides quality services to our area, including:

Hastings
Patton
Cresson
Irvona
Ebensburg
Gallitzin
Coalport
Westover
Carrolltown
Spangler
Northern Cambria

Cemetery Memorials & Monuments to Honor the Departed

There is much to consider regarding cemetery memorials and monuments to honor the departed. At R.H. Kelly & Son, we can help you through the process. Pick the perfect color and shade of granite. Choose from popular styles and designs. We can even engrave a favorite saying or just a simple phrase. Four generations from our beginnings, R.H. Kelly & Son continues to provide quality service. Whether at-need for a veteran or a pet, or pre-arranged for yourself, R.H. Kelly & Son offers first-rate grave markers.

Choose the Right Color of Granite to Memorialize Your Loved One

Most experts recommend choosing a dark or black granite on which to etch engravings. Darker-colored granites are ideal for inscriptions and etching because they provide significant distinction for the design. Also, the quality is generally fine enough to support a readable inscription.

Memorial granite colors such as Moonlight Gray and Dark Blue are prominent at many cemeteries. Often, granite colors coincide with the person’s personality for whom the memorial is or was designed. Are they cool and collected? A Sierra white may be suitable for them. Were they a little more happy-go-lucky? In that case, choosing a rustic mahogany may be the best choice.

Granite has not always been the stone of choice for marking graves, though.
Other elements and minerals were used throughout history. To learn more, click here.

For four generations, R.H. Kelly & Son has provided memorials for Cambria & Clearfield counties.