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  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
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LNC :: 8201 S. Kean Ave :: Justice, IL 60458-1720 :: 708-458-0638

  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery
  • Lithuanian National Cemetery

8201 S. Kean Ave :: Justice, IL 60458-1720
708-458-0638





We have a unique and beautiful cemetery with so much history and with your gift we will be able to ensure the cemetery is preserved for generations to come.

Thank you for your donation!

VISITING HOURS

Cemetery gates are open
every day of the year:

October through April
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
May through September
8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Lithuanian National Cemetery
8201 S. Kean Ave
Justice, IL 60458-1720
708-458-0638 ph
708-458-7719 fx

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday – Friday
8 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday
8 am – 10 am
Longer, if by appointment
or scheduled funeral.
Sunday
Office is closed.

Serving the Lithuanian Community since 1911

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Excerpt from the DVD “Lithuanian National Cemetery, 1911-2011”
(Lithuanian with English subtitles)

 

 

The Lithuanian National Cemetery has proudly entered into its second centennial. Over many years of its existence it became a final place of eternal rest to over thirteen thousand people, who lived and strived, achieved and gained and as any human being had their moments of loss and suffering. This cemetery is a reflection of many generations of Lithuanian Americans who contributed to the growth of their New Country, while maintaining love and respect to their motherland and to the Lithuanian spirit and traditions.

Contact the Lithuanian National Cemetery to order a copy of this historical DVD (48 minutes running time; Lithuanian language).