History & Staff
We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.
Woodlawn Memory Gardens Cemetery is set amongst 35 sprawling, landscaped acres with gates first opening in March of 1935. Great care was taken in beautifying the gardens that encompass the picturesque acreage that feature hundred-year-old oak trees and the serene wildlife of Bear Creek.
Originally opening with 20 acres as the Florida Cemetery by the Florida Cemetery Lot Holders Association, the park would later go on to become known as Woodlawn Memory Gardens after Memorial Park Inc. became proud owner in the 1950's. Along with the change in ownership came the addition of 15 acres known as the Beautiful Memory Gardens.
The history of Woodlawn Memory Gardens Cemetery is rich. The cemetery has grown to encompass not only the original, old Florida Cemetery, but also the historic Magnolia Gardens and the newest feature, a majestic black granite columbarium in the Garden of Peace.
The kind and compassionate staff of Woodlawn Memory Gardens is dedicated to providing families with a resting place they can be proud of. Whether families are seeking a traditional burial or a cremation memorialization, you can rest assured that our gardens offer a multitude of selections to meet the needs and budgets of every family.
Our Valued Staff
Stacy Adams, General Manager
Daunia Curtis, Office Manager
Daunia started with the company in May 2005 in the Records Department. In December 2011 she moved to the Pinellas county area in order to take on a greater role within our organization. She came to Memorial Park in June 2013 as the Lead Administrator for the Records Department for both Memorial Park and Woodlawn Memory Gardens. She became the Office Manager in August 2014. She lives in Saint Petersburg with her two children and their dog Zeke. In her free time, she enjoys the beach, movies, reading, cooking and spending time with her children.