Amite Marble & Granite
Fine Monuments since 1928

985-748-4611               800-349-4611

Open: Monday -Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 PM
~ any other time by appointment ~

E-mail:  Robert Landry    or      Ian Turpin

CELEBRATING 86 YEARS !  

Amite Marble & Granite, Inc. is a local, family owned, full service monument company located in Amite, Louisiana serving Southeast Louisiana, and Southwest Mississippi since 1928.

Let our experienced staff help you choose a memorial that meets your every need.  With over 300 monuments in over 60 different granite colors on display in Amite, our families are able to choose from this area's widest variety of monuments and mausoleums.

 

When placing an order all families receive a drawing of their monument complete with their names, dates and choice of design.  In addition, a color rendered picture of the monument can be provided.  These benefits and more are available to every family.    
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"...Thank you so much for the beautiful work you did on our monument. I am very, very pleased.  Thank You."  ~B.K.
Our professional staff is here to serve you and is dedicated to providing you with the latest in monument designs and quality installations.

Robert (Bobby) Landry, Jr., a 3rd generation memorialist, grew up working in the family business and became president of Amite Marble & Granite, Inc. in 1983.

Ian Turpin has served as General Manager since 2000.

Most of our staff has been with us for over 13 years
WARRANTY:  As the only authorized Rock of Ages dealer in Louisiana and Mississippi, we can provide families with the most comprehensive and perpetual warranties in the industry.

"... I want you to know that I am a very particular person with regard to materials, layout and design.  In my opinion, you and your staff did an excellent job.  Thanks again for the special handling and setting it in place just in the right time.  This meant so much to me!..."



This video was created by the Monument Builders of North America, which we have proudly belonged to since 1968.  We hope this video is an inspiration to you, as it is to us.  "Headstones" can be much more than a final resting place, they can be memorials, monuments and a part of our lives.
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