Parks have long been a part of every community. The outdoor lawns and/or wooded areas are ideal spots for family and community gatherings and more. Each park has its own story to tell. This is especially true for memorial parks like ours that have become special locations that reflect historical roots and cultural interests.
Our parks – Santa Rosa Memorial Park and Shiloh in Windsor – have long been popular spots for casual walkers and those who enjoy strolling through the ground with a leashed (and well-behaved) dog.
The elaborate shade trees combine nicely with situated fountains and well manicured memorials. Combined they make for an overall quiet place to just sit and rest or reflect or pray.
Visitors can also pay their respects to our POW/MIA military service people as well. They can sit on our Gold Star Family Bench dedicated to the families of military personnel who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
On occasion we also host special events, such as the recent historical The Global War on Terrorism Wall of Remembrance. Other activities include open house tours and our annual Mystery Writers in the Mausoleum each fall.
We provide our community with a total of 65 acres that offer more than 35 outdoor and indoor options, such as dedicated memorial lawns, indoor niches, crypts, mausoleums and more.
Our parks: for 130 years we have been taking care of the families whose loved ones are at rest with us.
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