About Domremy Memorials
We are an established, locally owned and operated family business since 1975. Now operated by Kelvin, Norma, Marissa and Shanelle Kusch, the second and third generations, we offer more than 35 years of combined experience in the monument industry serving families throughout Saskatchewan with pride.
Domremy Memorials is located near Domremy, Saskatchewan approximately 25 minutes south of Prince Albert and 1 hour north-east of Saskatoon.
Our goal has always been to provide the highest quality monuments to our community and the people of Saskatchewan to help them preserve the memory of their loved ones. We work hard to ensure that each client Is completely satisfied with a monument that will speak to many generations to come.
Offering high quality monuments at an excellent and affordable price to suit all budgets is our goal as we assist in the choices of artistic design, granite colour, shape and style while making you monument selection.
The opportunity to choose from our variety of designs to express your love and remembrance for a loved one is available to you at a personal and professional level.Since we import the majority of our granite directly from the quarry, we eliminate the “middle-man” and as a result we are able to pass the savings onto you, our customer.
Also available is a variety of vases, porcelain photos, memorial pendants, bronze markers, matching granite bases and in cemetery inscriptions. We also now do Diamond Etching which is a relatively new process where as the stone is processed with a diamond needle producing beautiful portraits or landscapes.Domremy Memorials has experienced staff who will work one on one with families or individuals to create the ideal personal tribute to your loved ones life. We are also happy to provide free in home consultations for those who are unable to visit our display and showroom. Please contact us today if we may be of service.
Our prices include all design work, lettering and carvings at time of production. Our installations are professionally done with the only known stone setter machine in the province of Saskatchewan.