South-View Cemetery, centrally located about 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta, was founded in 1886 under the premise that a dignified burial place should be available for all. From its inception, these hallowed grounds have carried no restriction as to race, creed or religious affiliation, as did many southern cemeteries operating during the same period.

We continue to carry forward the ideals of the founders and welcome all ethnic and religious backgrounds to entrust their burial and memorialization needs to South-View. South-View stands poised to embrace the diverse population that is now Atlanta.

The cemetery is comprised of over 100 well manicured acres of land with thousands of burial spaces currently available for sale, and acres of undeveloped wooded areas that will make this cemetery operational for decades to come.

A well-planned funeral service is an important part of the grieving process. Selecting a burial space and carrying out interment proceedings can be overwhelming. Often decisions must be made when a family is struggling with a loss and is the least prepared. For many, a cemetery is a place where family and friends can come to reflect on the memories of their loved ones and their family histories. The selection of burial property is best handled in a relaxed environment where personal choices can be expressed and financial obligations can be spread over time.

Allow the caring counselors at South-View to help identify pre-need burial options with payment terms that fit your financial needs. Our seasoned counselors are committed to being a supportive resource. We will explain all available options and help you make informed decisions before making a selection.

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South-View Cemetery Association  1990 Jonesboro Road, S.E.  Atlanta, Georgia 30315

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