Memorial Park Funeral Home

5750 49th Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33709
Pinellas County
(727) 528-1200

Check with Memorial Park Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their St. Petersburg, Florida location.

Contact the Memorial Park Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (727) 528-1200.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Memorial Park Funeral Home can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.

The Memorial Park Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in St. Petersburg, Florida. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in St. Petersburg, Florida and Pinellas County.

St. Petersburg, Florida Obituaries and News
Kenneth E. Lockhart November 19, 2015

Kenneth E Lockhart, 84, Greentown, died at 1:53 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, in Lee Memorial Health Park, Fort Meyers, Florida. He was born in ... Hasler & Stout Funeral Home, 112 E. Main St., assisted the family with arrangements. Online condolences ... (Kokomo Tribune)

Douglas A. Murray November 19, 2015

Murray, 76, a native of Adams, passed away Sunday at his home in Grand Rapids, Michigan under the care of his family and Hospice of Michigan. A memorial service will be 1:00 pm Saturday, November 21st at the Reed & Benoit Funeral Home, 632 State St ... (Watertown Daily Times)

Funeral of horse trainer Clem Magnier in Florida today November 19, 2015

The funeral takes place in Florida ... carrying 12 st 6 Ib, 27 lb more than 12 months earlier. At the same meeting, he saddled Albergo to win the Gloucestershire (Supreme Novices’) hurdle, and three days later, the horse won at Hurst Park before going ... (

David R. Gruska, 62, Saint Cloud November 17, 2015

Memorial ... Dingmann Family Funeral Home in St. Cloud and one hour prior to the service at church on Monday. David was born February 10, 1953 in St. Cloud to Stanley and Betty (Tietz) Gruska. He has lived in the St. Cloud and Waite Park area his entire ... (AM 1240 WJON)

Anne P. Fallon November 16, 2015

She also adored the great outdoors, whether it was gardening, taking her long power walks that she was infamous for, going to the beaches in Florida ... Funeral Home, 118 Main St., North Canaan 06018. Flowers may be sent, or in lieu of flowers memorial ... (American-Republican)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Jacksonville, Florida
The experience I had with this funeral home was unsatisfactory. There return calls when left message was poor. There was no communication between the employees.

Palatka, Florida
please updated service to include online obituary of families. Every funeral home is online with all updates.

Spring Hill, Florida
This funeral home sucks! I paid too much for a cremation here ($1695) and found out I overpaid by almost a $1000. What bothers me the most is the lack of compassion Barry Brewer has. It seemed like it was just business without any heart. The whole funeral home smelled so bad the first time I walked in there that I could hardly breathe. Do yourself a favor and find a different funeral home, because this one is just awful. Overpriced, not compassionate at all and smells horrible.

Quincy, Florida
lovely service for elizabeth hollis goldwire

Bonifay, Florida
I cannot recommend this funeral home at all. The older gentleman who runs it has zero compassion. He talked about how he didn't like the job, couldn't wait to retire, showed off his new watch. The thing that really still bothers me is at the cemetery he was standing behind the navy guard handing me a flag with paperwork in hand, I don't remember the navy mans speech as I was being distracted by this sims guy leaning over his shoulder waiting for him to get done. The minute the guard handed me the flag and left there was this man handing me a flag holder and thanking me for my business. My daughter had broken down on my shoulder when the flag was presented, and I couldn't even comfort her because this guy was in such a rush to get out of there, I had to u hug my daughter to accept the paper work. Everyone noticed but because of the situation didn't intercede. It was appealing, and that's the memory Of my husbands service I'm stuck with. I had to leave the room several times during the planning stage because of his insensitivity, and let my sister speak for me. I looked a headstones there but was so mad at this man I decided to choose one later, and I'm glad I did. I went to wire grass memorial for the headstone and was quoted a price two and a half times cheaper and nicer then the one sims quoted me. I highly recommend speaking to wiregrass memorial before going to sims. They don't do the service but can tell you who is good or not.