On November 25, 1963, Warren Mattox, our founder and CEO, was honored to photograph the laying to rest of John F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery.
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one. Our mission is simple - Helping Families Honor the Lives of Those They Love.
For OVER 63 years, Mattox Photography has had the honor and privilege of preserving this once in a lifetime ceremony for many families. As the largest family-owned photography firm in the Washington DC area, we photograph and video over a thousand Services a year and usually cover 6-12 funerals a day. Please note — we are the only photographers that take the time to make top-quality family/group photos PRIOR to the Service.
Our family-owned business would be honored to help you preserve this cherished event for future generations.
Sincerest regards, MATTOX PHOTOGRAPHY + VIDEO
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PLEASE BE AWARE!
It is come to our attention that a competitor is sending emails to families offering their services and they have created a “Visiting Arlington National Cemetery” website. They are insinuating that they are either associated with or working with Arlington National Cemetery when it comes to military burial services. Please Be Advised that Arlington National Cemetery (as other Federal cemeteries) are neither allowed to promote and / or suggest outside vendors.