Dates to Remember:

Friday April 7
   Good Friday

Sunday April 9
   Easter Sunday

Sunday May 14
   Mother's Day

Monday May 29
   Memorial Day

Sunday June 18
   Father's Day

Tuesday July 4
   Independence Day

SATURDAY August 26
   9/11 Memorial 
   Field of Flags
    Volunteer 9 a.m.
   BYOB and join us.
   "Tim Bits" at 8:30
   See you here!
Monday September 4
   Labor Day!
Monday September 11
   Patriot Day!
Wednesday November 1
   Wreaths Out!
   Summer bouquets will
   remain on the flower
   racks until Nov. 15
Saturday November 11
   Veterans Day!
Thursday November 23
Sunday December 24
   Christmas Eve
   Memorial Candles
Monday December 25
   We wish you a very
   Merry Christmas!
Monday January 1, 2024
   Welcome the New Year
   with a candle
Wednesday February 14, 2024
   Valentine’s Day
   order candles for
   loved ones



Cemetery Services

Courtesy Carts

golfcart During the Summer season we offer on-site transportation. WCMPark maintains two golf carts that are available for families to use for transport to their grave site. Call the office to schedule availability.





Hold Tags

We recognize that certain special decorating days (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.) may not coincide with the mowing schedule. In that event, please stop at the office for a HOLD TAG. This tag, when placed around the top of your vase, will alert our staff to leave your bouquet in place for that week’s mowing.


Veteran’s Flags

silkfreshbouquets A flag standard is provided by the County for each veteran interred at WCMPark. Veteran’s flags are placed by the WCMPark staff for Memorial Day Weekend. They are removed for mowing and replaced on the graves each week through July 4th in accordance with state law.

Flags are placed by our staff during the remainder of the summer season for any veteran with a Floral Placement service. They are also available in containers by the Flower Racks for families to use at their lots.

Flags are also placed on all veterans’ graves for Veterans’ Day, November 11.

Blessed are they that mourn
For they shall be comforted.

Matthew 5:4

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