In Your Time of Loss

In Your Time of Loss

You can depend on Young’s Memorials.

Young’s Memorials has served Saskatchewan for over 100 years.

From its humble beginnings in 1909, Young’s Memorials has been committed to providing families with memorial stones that celebrate lives and stand the test of time. That has not changed in over 100 years, and it stands true today with owner Abraham Sun and his team.

Cast in Stone

Young’s prides itself on providing quality memorial stones that will acknowledge those who have left us for generations to come. The company provides stone from its vast network of dedicated overseas suppliers and can offer almost any kind of granite available in the market today. They can offer any headstone you might require, including standard and special shapes and colours.

Not only can they supply a beautiful array of stones in different colours and shapes, but they can also create a headstone design that is customized to the person you are memorializing. The company’s in-house designers can craft a look based on your ideas, or you can choose from a selection of beautiful, pre-made designs. Working with a designer is easy with appointments available in-person and online. The company offers an advanced engraving service that can transfer any high-quality photos or images to a black headstone, as well as the traditional engraving method of sandblasting.

As well, Young’s Memorials has become known for producing quality memorial products at competitive prices. Even during and now at the end of the pandemic, they try their best to keep the previous prices even though the cost of shipping and materials has increased dramatically.

Young’s Memorials remains a proud, family-owned company that is committed to upholding and enhancing the tradition of quality memorialization in all forms. “Young’s Memorials began operation in Regina in 1909,” says Abraham. “Today, just like then, we offer the best quality memorial products while still maintaining a personal and family-oriented atmosphere for all our clients.”

Visit Young’s Memorials at 1010 Scarth Street in Regina, call 306.352.7372 for an appointment and learn more at

Owner Abraham Sun is also proud to give back to the province he calls home. He has worked with the Tabernacle project at the Rosthern Bible Camp, donating $200,000 to build a life-sized version of the original Tabernacle described in the Old Testament. This project serves as a tourist destination and educational site devoted to recreating the original place of worship for the first Hebrews from where modern Christianity derives much of its history.


1010 Scarth Street,  Regina