Offering Hope to those that grieve
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Virtual Tour

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Main Entrance

Cornerstone broke ground on January 5, 2007 and moved into our new home on April 2, 2008. Prior to moving to our new home, Cornerstone had operated out of office space donated by Independence Excavating (from April 2004 thru April 2008) and rooms donated by the City of Independence (from October 2003 thru March 2004)

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Thank you to Kessler Sign Company for their generous donation of material and labor to design, construct, and install our main sign. We want to welcome all from the moment they arrive, and the beautiful sign helps to do just that.

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The Petitti Family Prayer Garden

Individual counseling, private reflection, reading, or our memorial paver walk are just some of the reasons clients find comfort and relaxation in Cornerstone's private, comforting courtyard area.

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The Nerone Family Valley View

Overlook the east view of the valley from Cornerstone's main deck. Ann Nerone of Ballast Fence generously donated all of the bronze decorative fencing that borders Cornerstone's property and Prayer Garden.

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The Sally and Adam DeFrancesco Gazebo

With its picturesque view of the valley, visitors are welcome to spend time enjoying the Gazebo and its serene setting. Those who are interested in Cornerstone's mission and in a tour of the facility will also typically end up in the Gazebo after their tour, where our staff will discuss our various programs in more detail and answer any questions.


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