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Sunset Funeral Home & Memory Gardens was built to serve the Tampa community. And we do that in more ways than one. Join us for services, support and memorable events.
Feb. 03, 2023
Coming soon to Sunset Memory Gardens: Garden of Angels
Semi-private and private hedged estates, Cremation estates and niches, as well as Monument spaces.
May 30, 2022
There is no greater sacrifice than those who gave their lives to protect us. We honor all veterans who died protecting our country -- and those they left behind. We are proud to provide all...
Apr. 14, 2021
FEMA Offers to Help Families Cover Funeral Costs
Up to $9,000 in aid may be available for those who suffered the loss of a loved one from COVID-19.
Feb. 03, 2021
Learn What Matters Most
These times have shown us that life does not come with a guarantee. Get started with your free planning guide.
Jan. 13, 2021
Sunset Memory Gardens would like to introduce our new Serenity Mausoleum. This new mausoleum will accommodate both casket and niche spaces.
Jul. 21, 2020
New, State-of-the-Art Crematory Opens
Continuing our tradition of providing superior customer service to local families, Memorial Park Cemetery, Crematory and Funeral Home in St. Petersburg is proud to announce the new...
Jun. 22, 2020
Life Moves Quickly
From first steps to first jobs and all the times in between, life moves quickly. How you will be remembered is just as important as how you lived.
May 11, 2021
Creative Ways to Honor a Loved One's Memory
When you lose a loved one, it's important to hold onto happy memories of that person. This honors the person's life and your special connection. It can also help you move forward along your path...
May 11, 2021
How Do You Want Your Life Honored? End-of-Life Ceremonies that Match How We Live
It can be hard to face our own mortality — so hard, in fact, that many people don't want to think about preplanning their own end-of-life ceremony. In truth, preplanning allows you to create...
May 11, 2021
Why Visitation Matters
Generations ago, when more people were born at home — and then lived, worked and died there, too — the body was often the focus of memorialization, prepared lovingly at home and remaining there for...
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