Wilbert offers multiple ways to personalize a burial vault or urn vault with words, symbols, and images that speak of a singular spirit. Your loved one had a unique personality. The selections you make for the visitation and service should communicate that singular spirit. These choices ensure your loved one's memory is remembered for generations to come.
History of Omaha Wilbert VaultsOmaha Wilbert Vault was originally founded in 1976 by Jack Roland of Roland-Wilbert in Marion, IA. In 1999, Mr. Roland sold this businesss to his employee and friend, Buck Elmore. Today, Omaha Wilbert is owned and managed by Buck's son and daughter, Jason Elmore and Kelli Nobiling. Jason serves as President of the company managing production and delivery, and also serves on the Board of Wilbert Manufacturers Association (WMA). Kelli serves as Vice President and is responsible for office management and marketing for the business. Employing 16 people, Omaha Wilbert consists of a burial vault manufacturing plant and three crematories.
Omaha Wilbert is certified by the National Concrete Burial Vault Association (NCBVA). Dave Brugger with NCBVA stated that "The Omaha Wilbert plant is spotless and well cared-for."