Queen of Heaven Cemetery’s office is temporarily closed to the public with the exception of scheduled funeral services and immediate-need families. Our mausoleum is open. Please wear a face mask and practice social distancing when entering our mausoleums.
You can reach our staff between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm on Mondays and 9:00 am and 2:30 pm Tuesday through Friday. Please call in advance to schedule an appointment for immediate-need only at 433-0941 or if you have any questions or concerns.
Staff is available to accept payments by mail or over the phone.
This temporary change in schedule is due to the coronavirus pandemic. We look forward to returning to our regular hours as soon as possible.
Queen of Heaven
On June 6, 1960, the Diocese of Buffalo purchased 125 acres on Tonawanda Creek Road in the Town of Lockport. It was thought that this cemetery would serve Catholics in southern Niagara and northern Erie counties. The cemetery was officially consecrated by Bishop Burke in 1962.
A tri-sided monument with five mysteries of the rosary sculpted on each side graces the central green space of the symmetrical landscaping. The two-sided monument honoring St. Anne and Our Lady of Fatima stands on one side of the center as balance for the monument honoring the Immaculate Conception and St. Therese of Lisieux. Tonawanda Creek flanks the back perimeter of the property.
Queen of Heaven Cemetery offers an office/chapel combination, a chapel mausoleum, and lawn crypt garden. Glass-fronted niches adorn the Good Sheppard corridor between the office and Queen of Heaven Chapel. This corridor leads to the court yard where our Lady of Peace Mausoleum is located. St. Augustine Lawn Crypt Garden is located adjacent to the office/chapel area.
Brand new in 2017: St. Francis Natural Burial Garden.
These new additions greatly expand the burial options at the cemetery and will respond to the growing needs of Catholics in the area.
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This calm, quiet landscape nestled with the winding Tonawanda Creek is just a few miles off Transit Road near the Niagara and Erie County line.