Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum
8135 North Dixie Drive
Dayton, OH 45414
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Spring Clean-up Starts March 1, 2021

Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum staff will begin spring gounds clean up on March 14, 2021. All items that families wish to preserve must be removed from the ground before this date. Any item remaining after this date will be disposed of, (excluding those monuments with special designation). In addition to items on the ground, all unsightly, faded or damaged floral arrangements will be removed.

For more information contact Dayton Memorial Park at 937.890.1831 or


Wreaths Across America
The Miami Valley Young Marines will still be placing wreaths in Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery on December 19, 2020. For more information on this great program use this link.  Sadly, there will be no ceremony preceding the placing the wreaths. We look forward to working with the Miami Valley Young Marines in 2021, hopefully holding a full ceremony and placing wreaths honoring our many veterans.


COVID-19 Mandate

In accordance with the Governor's mandate, Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery requires face masks in the Cemetery office. We ask that social distancing be practiced throughout the Cemetery.

Mark Davis
General Manager


Dayton Memorial Park Grant Recipient

Dayton Memorial Park Grant Recipient

The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of Real Estate & Professional Licensing is awarding $75,357 to 65 cemeteries in 34 counties throughout Ohio, through the newly-created Cemetery Grant Fund. Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery is pleased to announce that it has been chosen as one of the recipients. This newly-created fund’s purpose is to help cemeteries statewide to defray the cost of exceptional cemetery maintenance.

The $5,000 grant will be matched by the cemetery and added to a portion of a Small Business Administration emergency loan. Those funds will be used to replace some of the nearly 100 mature trees that were lost or severely damaged by the Memorial Day Tornado.

Read Dayton Daily News Article Here ...

Ohio Department Tree Grant Update:

Thanks to the $5,000 matching grant Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery received from the Ohio Department of Commerce, 42 trees were planted in the area where the Memorial Day tornado did the most damage. These trees were planted by Bladecutters, Inc. They will also water and care for these trees for the next year, assuring each tree's success.

Thanks again to the Ohio Department of Commerce for making this possible!


International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association      Ohio Cemetery Association


Special Announcement!

Dateline December 17, 2020
During the regular meeting of the Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleums' Board of Trustees meeting last night a special proclamation was presented by the Butler Township Trustees. This proclamation was to recognize and honor retiring Trustee David Sunderland for his years of service. Mr. Sunderland has served on the Board of Trustees for fifty years! Not only did the proclamation recognize him for his dedication and service above self, it proclaimed that the week of December 20, 2020 - December 27, 2020, will be David Sunderland week in Butler Township! In addition, the Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery Board of Trustees unanimously voted to name the cemetery's outer loop road "Sunderland Way" to recognize Mr. Sunderland's five decades of service! Read Proclamation Here!

David Sunderland Recognition and Sunderland Way

Please Support Our Special Projects!

Detailed Projects Letter
Donor Card

Flag Poles to Honor our Veterans Project: Section 22, needs Larger/Taller Flag Poles to replace the smaller/shorter flag poles now in existence. With your help, we can accomplish this goal sooner rather than later.

Section Identification Signage Project: We find that each generation is interested in their family/loved ones' burial sites. Our section identification signage is nearly non-existent or is badly in need of replacement. This identification signage helps all of our Cemetery supporters locate their loved ones. With your help, we can expedite this Section Identification Signage replacement project which will benefit everyone. Stop by our office to see a sample of the section identification signage or to chat with our staff about supporting this important project.

For more information contact:
Dayton Memorial Park at 937.890.1831 or


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