The bench memorial was created as a beautiful tribute for loved ones that have passed. The bench is available with custom designs, inscriptions, and color options. We have found the bench memorial to be a form of healing and remembering. Thank you for allowing us to be apart of that journey.
Call (801) 414-1724 or send an email to email@example.com to get started on your bench order.
Custom Design Options
Powder Coat Finish
What we Do
Bench Memorial Process
Send Bench Ideas
Get started on the memorial bench by sending us your ideas. This can include a sketch that shows how you want the bench to look. You can also send Word Docs, AI Files, and more.
Our designers take your ideas and turns them into a bench proof. This is a realistic representation of how the finished bench will look. It will be sent for final approval before cutting.
I will FOREVER be grateful to Smith Steelworks!! Starting with Russel the owner, who from the very beginning was a kind soul, to the design artist (who patiently made multi changes to my design) and including the skilled men who made the benches. My benches were in memory of 2 of my children in Heaven and placed in our local middle and high schools. It was so important to me that the benches represent the beautiful children they were, but also be AMAZING to look at!!! With the help and work of everyone at Smith Steelworks, they were exactly what I had envisioned and more. I smile every time I see them and I know my children would say “great job Mom”…
At Smith Steelworks, our benches are designed to last year after year.
Inside or outside. Rain or shine. The memorial benches are created to hold up without succumbing to rust and corrosion.
We work with you on custom designs for the memorial bench. This can include: portraits, inscriptions, sceneries, and more.
Gone But Never Forgotten
Going through loss is hard and everyone grieves in a different way. Having a memorial bench provides a space for everyone. Although some families choose to put the bench in the cemetery, many select other locations.
The Savanna and David Bench was placed at their school. This was a place that was important to them and where they met many of their friends. Now the bench acts as a place to reminisce and remember.