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Lee Memorial Park
Established in 1957, Lee Memorial Park spans more than 40 acres with gentle rolling hills and a breathtaking view from every location. The cemetery offers several options for one’s final resting place. Whichever the preference, one may choose from traditional in-ground burials, cremation, lawn crypts, mausoleums, and private estates.
Lee Memorial Park has many beautiful gardens and mausoleums to choose as a final resting place for you or your loved one. We would love for you to explore our grounds and see for yourself the wonderful beauty that Lee Memorial Park has to offer. The 10 main gardens each feature a unique statue, well-landscaped trees, bushes and flowers.
Earth Burial Facilities: the Garden of Prayer, the Sermon on the Mount Garden, the Garden of the Last Supper, the Garden of the Resurrection, the Garden of the Crucifixion, the Masonic Garden, the Garden Lawn Crypts, the Garden of the Redeemer, the Veteran's Garden, Babyland, and the Garden of Innocence (for babies).
Above Ground Facilities: the Chapel Mausoleum, the Mausoleum of Hope, the Garden Mausoleum, and the Veteran's Mausoleum.
Additional Facilities: East Chickasaw Memorial Gardens
Learn how you and your family can save money and avoid additional grief by pre-planning your burial in Lee Memorial Park.
Photos of Lee Memorial Park