Caskets Made in the USA

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    Caskets by Design Custom Caskets & Coffins made in America Custom wood caskets for sale direct to the public. Wide selection of styles and designs, hand crafted here in the USA.
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    Trappist Caskets is a work of the self-sufficient monks of New Melleray Abbey, located near Dubuque, Iowa. We are monks of the Roman Catholic Church who belong to the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, known as Trappists. New Melleray Abbey launched Trappist Caskets in 1999, when we began selling caskets and urns directly to families at wholesale costs. Our work at Trappist Caskets provides us with both meaningful work and vital financial support.... Read More
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    Veteran Caskets takes great pride in making our caskets here in the USA. With so many other companies buying caskets from China and Mexico, we are committed to keeping our caskets and jobs here in the United States. After all, isn’t that what we have fought for? Veterans Direct Inc., the parent company of Veteran Caskets, is owned and operated by SgtMaj Gene Overstreet, 12th SgtMaj of the Marine Corps. Veterans direct is located in... Read More
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    The Old Pine Box of New Mexico. The Old Pine Box – Simple.  Unique.  Beautiful.  Masterfully Crafted. If you’re looking for something that more closely aligns with your personal values or more appropriately suits the life of someone you love, we hope you’ll look to us to assist you.  Our units are crafted in New Mexico.  Delivery in NM within 24 hours if necessary and we ship Nationwide.

Caskets made in the USA for the ultimate patriot. I think most people that visit this page would probably be angry with their family should they not lay them to rest in an American Made Casket. I know when it is my time my family won’t even have to think about American or import.

So while this my not be a pleasant topic it is an important one. I know at the time this choice needs to be made it is a very difficult period in your life. Many funeral homes don’t even carry caskets made in the USA and may need to special order one for you. That is why this page was added to the directory, to make it easier for you to locate items you need when you need them. Caskets come in many configurations and are made of many different materials. Take the time to find out the differences before you made your decision.

The casket business in the United States is a rather large market, with annual sales reaching 1.2 billion per year. In early America there were really not full time casket makers. Caskets were made on the side by furniture and cabinet makers as needed. It was not until the American Civil War that caskets began to be mass produced. America began producing metal caskets as well but WWII curtailed the production of metal caskets. During the war many caskets were made of cardboard lined with fabric.

At one point there were seven hundred companies producing caskets in America. In 2003 there were only about one hundred and forty of those companies remaining. In 2004 a large membership discount retailer began offering imported Chinese caskets and caused quite a disruption in the casket industry. This lead to increased competition in the low priced casket market.

Please visit other important categories of the Directory of American Made products to continue your quest to support American jobs. You will find categories like Tools made in the USA and Clothing made in the USA just to name a few.

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