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A Canton man consumed with the skyrocketing price of burial plots built a columbarium. He advertises space along roadsides in Lake Township.

LAKE TWP.  Sandwiched between roadside ads selling power washing services and Australian shepherd puppies, posters nailed to wooden utility poles boast "special spring and summer pricing" and "family discounts."

The special offer is quite unusual: A spot inside a small building housing cremated human remains.

For $495, Canton resident and longtime funeral service employee Normand Laliberte will provide a place on a shelf inside his columbarium at nearby St. Jacob's Lutheran Church Cemetery, 1460 State St. NE.

He hopes to provide area residents — and their families — with, as the sign says, "the best for less."

A columbarium is different than a mausoleum, typically found in cemeteries. A columbarium houses cremated remains, usually in urns or boxes. A mausoleum contains caskets of deceased people.

Mary Swartz, secretary for the St. Jacob's Cemetery Association, said Laliberte paid to build the columbarium in 2012 on the east side of the cemetery. The church cemetery was established in 1847, according to its website.

The cemetery association owns the property, which has about 1,800 people buried there, she said.

"It's very pretty," Swartz said, adding that the association made no investment in it. "We thought since we had a lot of space (for the cemetery), it would help him and it would help us. We would maintain the roof if it goes bad."

Laliberte pays the church $100 per person interred in the columbarium, she said. Currently it holds the ashes of five people with space for 5,000.

Urns or boxes of each person's cremains rest on shelves inside the cement-block building, which features a 12-foot ceiling and measures 12-by-24 feet. Individual compartments or niches will be made available for $695 apiece, Laliberte said.

A wooden cross 8 feet high was erected on the north side alongside a memorial wall on which the names of those interred have been printed.

Mourners can grieve outside the building.

No one goes inside, simply out of respect for everyone interred and for their families, Laliberte said.

One day, the columbarium will be home to Laliberte and his wife as well, he said, adding that half of his ashes are to be with family in his native Rhode Island. The father of four adult children is hoping his family will follow suit to "keep the family together."

Cremation history

Cemeteries must be licensed by and registered with the Ohio Department of Commerce's Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing.

Lindsey LeBerth, spokesperson for the commerce department, said Ohio is home to more than 4,000 registered cemeteries. The St. Jacob's church cemetery was not one of them as of mid-May.

"It has never been registered," LeBerth said, adding that the commerce department did not know the cemetery wasn't licensed until the newspaper called to inquire. Her office has since been in contact with the church to register the cemetery.

"But that's not uncommon," LeBerth said. "In the last five or six years, a lot of cemeteries have registered for the first time ever based on us reaching out to them." Many do not know that, since 1993, Ohio law requires all cemeteries to be registered.

Although cremation has been practiced for centuries, the Cremation Association of North America indicated there are only two recorded occurrences before 1800. The "real start began in 1876" when the first crematory was built in Washington, Pa, according to the organization's website.

In 1999, 25.3 percent of all deaths in the United States were cremations. That increased to nearly 37 percent in 2009, according to the website.

Laliberte, who worked for Hummel Funeral Homes & Crematories in Akron, said he's been interested in cremation since he was a child.

World War II was in full swing when then-7-year-old Laliberte, riding his bicycle through Swan Point Cemetery in Providence, R.I., looked up and saw smoke at building in the distance.

He ran to a man nearby, telling him the building was on fire.

"The man was so old, he must've been 50! I mean, my father was 35. And the man said, 'No, I'm cremating someone,'" Laliberte, now an 82-year-old Canton resident, recalled.

The man showed Laliberte a furnace, a converted Kohler boiler with a 4-inch cast iron door. He could watch the cremation process through a small peephole and he let Laliberte see inside.

Growing cost of burials

Decades later, while working the funeral industry, Laliberte was stunned to see how expensive burials had become.

Arranging a burial in 2009 for a 93-year-old man who'd outlived two wives, Laliberte was listening to the man's granddaughter explaining that her grandfather had nowhere to be buried. The old man had sacrificed his spot in the cemetery to his beloved wives. Laliberte asked whether the cemetery would permit her grandfather's cremains to be buried between the women.

The cemetery agreed, saying the cost would be $795. But when Laliberte delivered the check, the cemetery manager chuckled, asking for another $1,530, Laliberte recalled.

"I asked why, and he said, 'Because it's a third person in a two-person grave.' That's crazy!" Laliberte said. "If you and your spouse rented an apartment and you had a baby, would they raise the rent?

"I went back to the funeral home where I was working and I photographed both checks and put them on the wall with the words: Someone has to do something about this. I looked at them every day and I thought, 'I can do this cheaper.'"

According to a Repository article dated April 9, 2012, the price of a cemetery plot in Stark County ranged from $300 to $3,000. 

And that didn't include the cost of a funeral, Laliberte said.

Laliberte said one Canton funeral home and crematory conducts cremations for about $650, adding that that's the least expensive that he's seen locally. But what happens to those cremains is up to the family.

"Some people take them home and maybe, some time later, they move and at some point, the ashes are lost," he said.

Laliberte believes his columbarium will give families a permanent place to keep the remains of loved ones

Reach Lori at 330-580-8309 or Media Twitter: @lsteineckREP


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