Memorial of the writer and director

A memorial is a physical remembrance permanently installed within a cemetery at a gravesite, crypt, or niche. Permanent memorials may be constructed of bronze, granite or stone. When marking an in-ground burial site, memorials may be either located at the head or the foot of the grave and may either be upright or flush with the ground (lawn-level). When marking a mausoleum or niche entombment, memorialization takes the form of a bronze name scroll permanently attached to the crypt or the memorial information may be carved directly into the granite front.