A free burial plot will be provided for Kings and Queens.
Cremations are buried for free if the Hobo Community buries the hobo. If the family wishes to have the burial they are responsible for the cost. The family will have to contact the sexton of the cemetery.
Full body burials are permitted at the family or caregiver's expense.
Headstones will be made and provided by the Hobo Community. If the family wishes to purchase a headstone, they will be responsible for the cost.
A spouse of a King and Queen may be buried together in the same place.
Only Kings and Queens have the right to have a headstone in this section.
Anyone who has purchased a plot in this section prior to the establishement of these guidelines (2013) and who is not a King or Queen may keep the plot or donate it to the Hobo Foundation or request a refund from the Evergreen Cemetery Board.
Anyone who has purchased a plot in this section prior to the establishment of these guidelines (2013) may give this plot to anyone.
If a hobo is buried in this section before the establishment of these guidelines (2013) and is not a King or Queen and thier remains are interred, they will remain there.
South of the Wood Cross
This area is owned by the Evergreen Cemetery.
Anyone may be buried in this section. The family or caregiver of the hobo is responsible for the cost of the lot and burial. They will need to contact the sexrton of the cemetery to make arraignments.
The family or caregiver needs to make arrangements for the headstone.
If someone is buried in this area without making arrangements or paying for the lot, the Evergreen Cemetery board has the right to remove the remains.
The Hobo Foundation does not own the cemetery. It is a privalege to be buried there. At the time of death the hobo's family or caregiver needs to contact the Hobo Foundation for a set of guidelines. You may contact 641-843-9104 or email@example.com for a notification card that you may carry with you.