StoneMor Partners L.P. To Host Investor/Analyst Day, December 14, 2016

TREVOSE, Pa., Nov. 16, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- StoneMor Partners L.P. (NYSE:STON) ("StoneMor" or the "Partnership")  announced today that it will host its fourth annual investor and analyst day on December 14, 2016 at The London NYC hotel in New York City.  The meeting will consist of presentations by senior management including Robert B. Hellman, Jr., Chairman of the General Partner, Larry Miller, President & Chief Executive Officer and Sean McGrath, Chief Financial Officer.

Presentations followed by Q&A will begin at approximately 9:00 a.m. ET and end at approximately 11:00 a.m. ET.  Breakfast and registration will begin at 8:00 am ET.

Investors and analysts who would like to attend and have not yet registered must do so with StoneMor's investor relations department at

A live webcast of StoneMor's investor day can be accessed via the Investors section of the company`s website at  A replay, including presentation materials, will be available after the event.

About StoneMor Partners L.P.

StoneMor Partners L.P., headquartered in Trevose, Pennsylvania, is an owner and operator of cemeteries and funeral homes in the United States, with 317 cemeteries and 105 funeral homes in 28 states and Puerto Rico.

StoneMor is the only publicly traded death care company structured as a partnership. StoneMor's cemetery products and services, which are sold on both a pre-need (before death) and at-need (at death) basis, include:  burial lots, lawn and mausoleum crypts, burial vaults, caskets, memorials, and all services which provide for the installation of this merchandise. For additional information about StoneMor Partners L.P., please visit StoneMor's website, and the investors section, at

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