Harrison Monuments continues to serve the Tri-States. Since 1963, three generations of the Harrison family have continued to create lasting monuments and memories for families and communities.
For more than 50 years, we at Harrison Monuments continue to serve the communities of Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa using traditional industry design standards, merged with state-of-the-art equipment and technologies. Established in Warsaw, Harrison Monuments expanded into Quincy in 2006, by adding a beautiful showroom and design facility. Acquiring Brinkoetter Monument of Quincy in 2011, Harrison Monuments continues to grow to meet the needs of their clients, customers, and communities.
Each and every employee at Harrison Monuments understands meeting the needs of our customers is our most important service we can possibly provide. Offering the best experience possible and showing our clients the respect, dignity and dedication that they deserve.
As an established and trusted monument and memorial company, we take time to get to know you by learning the stories you are entrusting us to capture in stone.
A fall leaf represents previous and future life because the colorful leaf brightens up the fall and gives life and nourishment to the leaves of the coming spring. Thus the fall leaf has become Harrison Monument’s symbol for all the life that our past can give to our future.
Our Design Team – Combining Old-World Craftmanship with cutting edge technology
Harrison Monuments is the first monument company in the area to offer a professional, full-service design team. Our National award winning design team consists of 4 full-time artists to assist you in capturing your loved one’s legacy in stone.
Harrison Monuments was the first to bring laser etching on stone to the Tri-State area. With over 25 years of combined laser engraving experience, our work is considered one of the best in the industry. The ability to precisely engrave stone offers many personal enhancements for our families and communities. Laser engraving offers the highest level of detail possible in portraits, custom lettering, and collages.
Along with utilizing old-world craftsmanship taught by our founder, Wilber Harrison, we also are trained in the latest design software to provide full-color layout drawings to families. These realistic renderings give the customer a full understanding of what their completed monument will look like even before the monument goes into production.