Summit Memorials is proud to be affiliated with the following organizations.
American Institute of Commemorative Art (AICA)
AICA is an association of the top retail monument companies and consultants who specialize in memorial design. Located throughout the United States and Canada, AICA members are devoted to the highest standards of memorial design and business ethics in the monument industry. Membership to AICA is by invitation-only and is considered one of the highest honours in the monument industry. Summit Memorials is proud to be one of only six Canadian companies in AICA and is the only member from the Canadian prairie provinces. For more information about AICA, please visit http://www.monuments-aica.com/
Monument Builders of North America (MBNA)
Monument Builders of North America is the voice of memorialists in North America and around the world, continuing to serve members for the betterment of their customers. Summit Memorials is an active member of MBNA and subscribes to their Code of Conduct in all aspects of business. For more information about MBNA, please visit http://www.monumentbuilders.org/
Ontario Monument Builders Association (OMBA)
The Ontario Monument Builders Association is the largest active monument trade association in Canada. OMBA members can be found across Canada, including Summit Memorials in Edmonton, Alberta. As a member of OMBA, Summit Memorials subscribes to their Code of Ethics. For more information about OMBA, please visit http://www.omba.com
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
For over 100 years, Better Business Bureau has helped people make smarter decisions and is evolving to meet fast changing marketplace needs. BBB sets standards for ethical business behavior and monitors compliance. Almost 400,000 Accredited Businesses meet and commit to our high standards. BBB helps consumers identify trustworthy businesses, and those that aren’t, through more than 4 million BBB Business Reviews. Summit Memorials has been an Accredited Business since 2007 and is proud to have an "A+" rating. For more information please visit http://www.bbb.org/edmonton/business-reviews/monuments/summit-memorials-ltd-in-edmonton-ab-147905#sealclick
Alberta Funeral Service Association (AFSA)
AFSA was established as an association in 1928 to advance the profession of funeral service in Alberta and is committed to providing high quality services to its members and representing their interests through constructive dialogue and lobbying with government. Summit Memorials is an associate (supplier) member of AFSA. For more information, please visit http://www.afsa.ca
Canada Purple Shield
Canada Purple Shield is underwritten by Assurant Life of Canada, one of the largest funeral funding companies in the country. Their expert knowledge is backed by over 50 years of funeral industry experience in helping families plan funding for end of life expenses. With Purple Shield, you can also pre-arrange funding for your monument from Summit Memorials. For more information about Canada Purple Shield, please visit http://www.purpleshield.ca/
City of Edmonton Cemeteries
Edmonton Catholic Cemeteries
City of Saskatoon Cemeteries
"I wanted to thank you very much for the beautiful job you did on my late husband’s marker. It was installed in the Jarvie Cemetery in July 2016. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to visit the cemetery until last month.
I did receive the picture you gave Serenity Funeral Home, after installation last summer. That was very thoughtful of you and I also appreciated the fridge magnet as well, with my late husband’s picture in it. I know he would have been pleased with the final outcome. I also wanted to thank you for the artificial flowers left on his grave, after his marker was put in place. I thought that was a nice touch.
It took a number of years to afford this marker, but I’m genuinely pleased with your craftsmanship and overall workmanship. I will be glad to promote your business to anyone who might find themselves in the market for one of your products. It was a pleasure doing business with you and Serenity Funeral Home in Fort Saskatchewan."
- Carol Wingo