The annual clean-up will occur on March 15th. ALL decorations on the graves, including solar lights and artificial in cemetery vases, will be removed at this time. Anyone wishing to recover their decorations must do so before the 15th.
This video portrays of our columbarium memorial garden, a place of repose and reflection. Dedicated in late 2014, the garden features large affordable niches, walkways and a fountain.
Fall and winter artificial grave decorations are permitted from October 1 to March 14th. Annual clean-up will take place on March 15th. For details, see “Rules and Regulations” under the About Us heading.
For maintenance reasons, no artificial items such as flowers, wreaths, crosses, statuary, glass items, etc are permitted on the gravesites from May 1st to October 1st. You can, however, place artificial flowers in approved cemetery vases or in vases that are attached to the stone itself. Fresh flowers, approved solar lights and eternal flames are permitted during […]
Sallie Tod Dutton and David Tod II today led the cutting of a ribbon at Tod Homestead Cemetery to mark the dedication of the new columbarium memorial garden that will accommodate the cremation remains of more than 900 people. The two are great-great-grandchildren of David Tod, Ohio’s Civil War governor, whose rolling North Side homestead […]
Work has begun on a new columbarium memorial garden at Tod Homestead Cemetery. The 2-acre garden will be a place for repose and reflection, with a fountain, landscaping, walkways and 10 low-profile structures with a total of 960 spaces for cremation remains. Completion is scheduled for this fall.
Tod Cemetery is offering the following for purchase: Cemetery vases, vigil solar lights and mounting kits. Mounting kits ( optional) attach solar lights to cemetery vases. Please call or stop in our office for details.
If you would like to plan ahead and purchase a pre-need Cemetery lot, Tod Homestead can accommodate you, with no interest charges. Read more on our Services page.