Tour Our Facilities

Moran & Goebel’s rich history and local ties, dating back more than 150 years, bring the families we serve a feeling of comfort and peace; while our state of the art facilities, onsite services and beautifully landscaped cemetery ensures every arrangement is tailored to the needs of today’s families.

With the merger of Graceland Fairlawn, our property now encompasses two funeral homes, two cemeteries, a cremation center, mausoleums, a columbarium, a monument company, and a human crematory and refrigeration unit. We also serve the pet community with an onsite pet crematory and refrigeration unit and pet cemetery.

We treat everyone who walks through our doors like family; and our dedicated and compassionate team is here to help families feel at home. Once you’ve visited, we believe you’ll find comfort in the services we provide and in the beauty of our properties.

Tour Our Funeral Home

Funeral home

From the moment you arrive, we will be waiting at the front doors to greet you and make you feel welcome. Our funeral home is expansive and welcoming; and a perfect place to gather with friends and family to share memories, express emotions, and find comforting support. Whether you choose burial or cremation, a formal funeral or a more relaxed memorial service, the need for acknowledgment of the loss is ever present. We can help you create a unique meaningful ceremony to express the genuine individuality of your loved one.
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Tour Our Grounds

Graceland Fairlawn Garden of Memories

Most notable is our Garden of Memories, which was established in 1946 and is home to all veterans and their family members. Garden of Memories offers a fitting tribute to those who have served our country in times of war. This area serves as the final resting place for nearly two-thirds of the 1,000 veterans in Graceland Cemetery. An 80-square-foot Field of Honor, with a flagpole in the center of the veteran's section, marks the spot.

Graceland Fairlawn Lullaby Land

In addition to many other gardens that have their own stories and cater to different religious, cultural and ethnic needs, our Lullaby Land is one of our most special sections. This heart-shaped area in the southeast part of the cemetery is set aside for infants. Guarded by tall spruce trees, a beautiful memorial with a William Blake poem etched in granite sits at the heart of the gardens and provides a serene and childlike environment that seems to be watched over by angels.

Graceland Fairlawn Star of Hope Mausoleum

The Star of Hope Mausoleum was built in 1969 and is an architectural gem in central Illinois. The A-style architecture houses a 60-foot high chapel with a steep roof covered with Buckingham slate. An "eternally lighted" stainless steel cross is mounted on the exterior of the chapel's front wall. The interior walls, made predominantly of marble, are polished to a mirror finish, adding to the grand elegance of the mausoleum.The v-shaped plate glass windows at the ends of several side corridors provide a 180-degree view of the beautifully landscaped surroundings.

Graceland Fairlawn Mary Queen of Angels and Pieta Mausoleum

The mausoleum was built in the early 1990s and features both single and companion garden crypts with some being located under a sheltered area. Located directly next to this mausoleum is a private entrance to the cemetery.

Graceland Fairlawn Private Family Estates

It’s where your legacy will become a timeless reality.
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