Omaha National
Cemetery Support

The Omaha National Cemetery Support Committee (ONCSC) is an all-volunteer 501(c)3
organization and absolutely non-political. The ONCSC is organized into an Executive Board
consisting of five elected volunteers and two appointed chairs.

The purpose of the Omaha National Cemetery Support Committee is twofold:

1.) To support the attainment of national shrine status for the Omaha National Cemetery through beautification endeavors on cemetery grounds. National Shrine status is awarded to a national cemetery that achieves the highest level of performance in 21 categories of operation, maintenance and service to veterans and their families.

2.) To improve awareness of the mission of the Veterans Administration National Cemeteries by assisting in planning and conducting major ceremonies or special events at the cemetery, honoring those who served or are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, or those interred in the cemetery.


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Omaha National Cemetery

14250 Schram Road | Omaha, NE 68138

From Interstate 80 - Exit 440 onto South 144th Street/AKA Hwy 50 towards Springfield.

Continue 2.1 miles to Schram Road (stop light) and turn left/east. Cemetery is on the left about 1/4 mile.

Cemetery gates are open dawn to dusk. Administration building is on your right, parking in front, with offices and a visitors center.

The visitors center is open 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday thru Friday, closed on National Holidays.

The South entrance/right side of the building has a grave locator and public restrooms. This entrance is open whenever the cemetery is open.

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