Imagine a place… beautifully serene,

embodying peace, and epitomizing the deeply-rooted history of Pittsburgh's east hills. Imagine a place… that gives us the chance to think, feel, and reflect, while cradled in the comfort of nature. Imagine a place… that's more than just a place, really.

This is Plum Creek Cemetery - a non-denominational cemetery in Plum, PA, nurtured by people who respect each blade of grass, every monument, and every individual's requests and preferences.

Plum's largest cemetery, Plum Creek Cemetery covers a total of 82 acres, with 21,414 plots. Located at the corner of New Texas and Center-New Texas Roads, the Cemetery became a burial place in 1873.. On February 12, 1907, the Presbyterian Church of Plum Creek deeded the property to a non-profit organization, governed by a deeded the property to a non-profit organization, governed by a board of nine directors.

Our legacy is intermingled with your legacy.
This, we embrace.