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City Cemetery
   
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Cemetery Leader
James Kochanski

Grounds maintenance

Lawn mowing

Trimming of trees and bushes in cemetery

Tree planting in cemetery

Care of burial lots

Provides burials

Lot sales

Snow plowing

Maintains records at Cemetery with official records being at City Hall.

Payments and all official inquires are to be made at Clerk's office inside City Hall.

City Hall
M-32/W. Washington Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
Phone: (989) 356-0135
Fax: (989) 354-1709
Hours: 7:30 am - 3 pm (M-F)
Email: jimk@alpena.mi.us

City of Alpena Cemeteries
Evergreen Cemetery, Hebrew Cemetery, and Grace Lutheran Cemetery are located within the City limits of Alpena, Michigan, on the west side of the City on Washington Avenue, also called M-32. The City of Alpena manages all three of these cemeteries.

History
Daniel Carter, one of the first residents of Alpena, deeded the land in the southwest portion of town for a formal burial ground, now called Evergreen Cemetery. One of the first burials there is reported to be Sahgonahkato, an Indian Chief, who, along with one other person, were the only persons buried there in 1861. The City of Alpena has administered the cemetery for many years.

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