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Please Join As We Honor and Remember Those Members of Local Law Enforcement, Fire Departments, and Emergency Medical Services Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice in the Line of duty. https://goo.gl/IIIcsV




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Join us Friday, April 28th for our Arbor Day observance. All are welcome! Students from Sea Isle Elementary will be on site to help us plant a tree in an area where we’ve had loss due to disease. Visit http://ow.ly/XTfQ307GcAD or call (901) 302-9980 for more info
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#Easter Sunrise Service
Join us on Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 7:00 AM
For more information, visit http://ow.ly/xrlp307G7S7 or call (901) 302-9980

For generations, Memphians have come to Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery to celebrate the joy of Easter. Our ecumenical Sunrise Service is held each year at historic Crystal Shrine Grotto.

Complimentary donuts, juice, & coffee will be provided.
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Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.
#Remembered
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Established in 1935 against a backdrop of beautiful, naturally rolling terrain, Memorial Park is a testament to both the glory of nature and the wonder of art. Thanks to the vision of E. C. Hinds – a local entrepreneur who wanted the people of Memphis to have a beautiful place in which to feel inspired and spiritually uplifted – Memorial Park is much more than a focal point in times of bereavement. Hinds’ vision – “of lakes and fountains, broad driveways, spacious lawns, beautiful trees and flowers” – has been realized at this remarkable property.

Among the park’s features are a gracefully curved reflecting pool and three-tiered fountain at the entrance, stone bridges, and fascinating structures by Mexican artist Dionicio Rodriguez. They include the Crystal Shrine Grotto – described as the only man-made crystal cave in the world – the Annie Laurie Wishing Chair and Rose Garden, the Wishing Well, and the Fountain of Youth. Visit http://ow.ly/7exu308htUS to learn more
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Tips For Dealing With The Death of a Loved One http://ow.ly/rq8W307OXoH

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Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Dr. King believed in the good an individual can do, and that in our kindness we remember to have grace and love.

"Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

#MLKDay
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How to prepare for the death of your spouse http://ow.ly/e8pH307OWgU

Losing a spouse is one of the most difficult things a person must face, and during that time there are a number of things you should be prepared to do besides grieve. Prepare now and you will save yourself — and your family — a great deal of heartache.

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Our prayers go out to the victims and their loved ones who were involved in the #FortLauderdale airport shooting
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