HISTORY WORTH REMEMBERING

A tradition of Caring

As the COVID-19 restriction are easing so are ours.  The grounds as always remain open for visiting a loved one or enjoying a stroll.  Our office is open to the general public but restricted to the lobby area only, a face mask is required inside all buildings. We will be able to answer any question you may have or if you are not comfortable visiting but would like more information contact through our general contact page.

Frank A. Nagode VP

OUR TRADITION OF CARE

Makes your memories
last more than a lifetime

As a nonprofit and nonsectarian cemetery, Union Dale is focused on meeting families’ needs. During the difficult process of choosing a loved one’s final resting place, we’re here to listen. We're here to provide guidance. And most importantly, we’re here to care for your loved one forever. In the years and decades that follow a loss, Union Dale Cemetery remains committed to preserving your loved one’s legacy – through impeccably cared-for grounds, organized and accessible records, and a staff committed to providing support.

History
Worth Remembering

Union Dale has always been a family cemetery notable for the successive generations who are buried in family plots centered around obelisks and other handsome monuments. At rest in Union Dale Cemetery are hardworking people who carved a pleasant, livable city out of a wilderness…and made a history worth remembering.

we’re here to care for your loved one forever

care
options

Flowers, Wreaths &
Headstone Care

Cremation Burials

Traditional Burials

union dale ceMEtery

2200 Brighton Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15212 - 2905

412-321-0774

info@uniondalecemetery.org

Office hours

Monday - thursday: 8:00 - 4:30

Friday: 8:00 - 4:00

Saturday: 9:00 - 12:00

Sunday: Closed

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