For more than a century, Rogan’s Memorials has remained committed to serving the families who come to us during their most difficult times. Our business began under the establishment of John Rogan in 1881. After three generations of family operation, John Rogan’s grandson, Jack, sold the business to Dick Coffin, who carried on the company’s excellent service for 15 years with his wife, Sue.
In 2013, Dick sold the business to his stepson, Chuck, and his wife, Stacey. Chuck has worked for Rogan’s Memorials since 2003 and opened Bucksport Monuments in 2010. The four of us continue Rogan’s tradition of providing professional guidance for our customers with the dignity they deserve. We help them achieve the comfort of memorializing their loved ones.
No obligation to buy. Just fill out our online Contact Form. We’ll be in touch within 24 hours. Based on your questions, concerns, and needs, we’ll send you up to three digital designs, complete with pricing.
Unfortunately, in Maine’s seasonal climate, we can’t guarantee foundations against frost heaves or other natural damage. We’ll thoroughly inspect your site for any problems and provide our best solution.
We’ll visit your existing plot for as accurate a match as possible. Once we’ve determined the kind of granite used and taken a rubbing of the lettering font, we’ll contact you with a digital design and cost estimate.
We know purchasing a monument for the first time can be overwhelming. We provide the expertise, support, and information you need to make the process as easy and comfortable as possible.
Using advanced Computer-Aided Design software, we can accommodate any personal epitaphs, sayings, or plans you want to give your loved one’s memory a special meaning. Feel free to visit our website for ideas.
We deliver monuments and markers to cemeteries throughout Maine. Many customers are referred to us by family members we have served in the past. We would be honored to convey your carefully chosen memorial to your loved one’s final resting place. Contact us today for ordering and delivery arrangements.
It’s never easy to think about, but end-of-life planning means one less decision that loved ones will have to make during a period of grieving. Family ties are often strained by the difficult choices that need to be made when a loved one passes away. Arrangements made ahead of time ease the burden of those left behind and help bring them peace of mind.
At Rogan’s, a large part of our business involves helping our customers pre-plan. We’ll guide you in making smooth, well-planned, end-of-life decisions. When the time comes, your family can grieve knowing you’ve chosen exactly what you would have wanted.