LDS Memorial Bench

Looking to commemorate the life of a loved one who has passed away as members of the LDS Church? Consider our LDS memorial bench as a beautiful tribute. At Smith Steelworks, we specialize in crafting enduring benches that serve as lasting reminders of cherished memories. Our benches have a robust, powder-coated finish, ensuring resilience against chipping, corrosion, and sun damage. Reach out to us via email or call (385) 225-4644 to begin creating your meaningful memorial bench today!

LDS Family Memorial Bench
LDS Christus Bench Design

Design Process

Let our talented designers turn your ideas into a reality. Simply start by sending us any inscriptions, dates, images, or symbols you wish to include in your bench.

Once the design is complete, we’ll provide you with a preview for your approval. Take a look at some of our bench creations for inspiration here.

Parent Memorial Bench Process

LDS Church Logo Design

Send Ideas

Once your ideas are sent over, we’ll create a realistic draft of what the bench will look like. Once we receive your full approval we’ll send the bench over to the shop.

Welding On Arms To Parent memorial benches


Next, we weld on the arms and legs, using closed welds to keep out any moisture. Once assembled, they send it over to our powder coating facility.

Powder Coating Of LDS Memorial Bench

Powder Coat

Then, they sandblast the bench, removing any impurities and also creating a profiled surface. Finally, it’s primed and powder coated in a color of your choice.

Families Are Forever Bench

Benefits of Parent Memorial Benches

Designing the bench and coordinating visits to its eventual location are activities that foster meaningful connections within families. Recognizing the different ways individuals navigate grief, we aim for the bench to facilitate shared mourning experiences. With our durable powder coating finish, this bench is built to endure for generations. For further details on this process, click here.

Email or call (385) 225-4644 to get started on your LDS memorial bench.