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Groundbreaking for New Community Mausoleums in St. Mary's and St. Anthony's Cemeteries



Albany Diocesan Cemeteries is pleased to announce the groundbreaking for a new Community Garden Mausoleum in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Troy, and St. Anthony’s Cemetery in Glenville, NY.

St. Nicole’s Community Garden Mausoleum in St. Mary’s Cemetery, 79 Brunswick Rd. Troy, NY 12180, and St. Edward the Confessor Community Garden Mausoleum in St. Anthony’s Cemetery, 27 Glenridge Rd. Glenville, NY 12302.

The decision to build within each of these cemeteries was made to better serve Catholic families in these communities due to dwindling inventory for both mausoleum and cemetery burial space.

While construction will take many months to complete, we are now offering limited pre-construction sales. Premium spaces will sell quickly so if interested, inquire ASAP.

St. Nicole’s Community Garden Mausoleum in Troy will feature 180 crypts, single and double crypt options will be available. Niche options are available in St. Francis of Assisi Community Garden Mausoleum within the same cemetery. St. Nicole is the patron saint of loss of family members. Additionally, she had a vision of St. Francis which furthered her mission, and was partially responsible for the returning of the Catholic Church to Rome in the late 1300s. She is also known as St. Colette (Nicolette).

St. Edward the Confessor Community Garden Mausoleum in Glenville will feature 120 crypts with single and double crypt options available. This mausoleum will also feature over 300 niches. Niches can be a great option for those interested in cremation.

The new granite mausoleums will look similar to the Garden Mausoleums currently within each cemetery.

To discuss crypt or niche availability, pre-need options or arrangements, marker or monument design or other services please contact us: (518) 350-7676 or [email protected].

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