Quiring Monuments | Shoreline
Address: 8228 S 196th St, Kent, WA 98032
Phone: (206) 809-9500
- Monument Maker
- Memorial Designer
- Gravestone Maker
- Grave Memorial Engraver
- Headstone Maker
- Monument Builder
- Flat Gravestone Design
- Upright Headstone Design
Quiring Monuments brings over 100 years of family tradition, experience, and compassion to Shoreline, WA to help you permanently preserve the memory of your loved one on a headstone or a custom monument.
205 NE 205th St,
Shoreline, WA 98155
1230 N. 167th Street,
Shoreline, WA 98133
What our customers say
“It is ever so perfect and an everlasting tribute to our Mom!”
It is ever so perfect and an everlasting tribute to our Mom! Just so you know, you have made this experience ever so special and meaningful. We are so grateful for your time, consideration and care." "It was so blue on Sunday when we placed it. Thank you. We are all feeling peaceful and content.. you did a wonderful job.
Children of Laura Boone, Lopez island, WA
“This monument for our daughter is absolutely amazing!”
This monument for our daughter is absolutely amazing! And I thank you so much for your obvious care and concern, it shows through your help and the craftsmanship of this beautiful piece.
D.C., Arizona Pioneer's Cemetery in Prescott, Arizona
“I thank you so much Mr. John from the bottom of my heart”
I thank you so much Mr. John from the bottom of my heart for everything you have done to get my mother’s memorial the way she wanted it. I went to see it Wednesday and fell in love, I just want you to know that I truly appreciate all your help.
T.R., Washington Memory Gardens in Homewood, Illinois
“I was helped to keep costs down without sacrificing what I wanted...”
I was helped to keep costs down without sacrificing what I wanted and the quality of the product.
Bobbie T., Odd Fellows Memorial Park in Tumwater, WA
“It will feel so good, every time we come, to see those beautiful markers that honor our parents and mom’s second husband so beautifully.”
Thank you SO much for stopping by to make sure they were clean and for leaving the lovely roses. We brought an extra vase so that we could put our two bouquets in the new vases, in case you had left flowers as you’d told me . But, the good news is, it was a beautiful sunny day with the sun low in the sky, casting a warm glow on them and my sisters loved ❤️ them! My perfectionist worries were all for naught. They thanked me for all my hard work, I told them of all the hard work you and the designers put into them, and we all were feeling mom and dad there with us, smiling with satisfaction and pride. All around their graves were old, faded and many neglected markers. We buried Daddy 50 years ago last October when that part of the cemetery was fresh and new. But now it is showing it’s age, just like us, and now it will feel so good, every time we come, to see those beautiful markers that honor our parents and mom’s second husband so beautifully. My photos taken yesterday have the long shadows of the flowers running across part of the markers but I’m including it here. There is also one of each of them by themselves.
Vicki, Bellevue, WA