Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum
8135 North Dixie Drive
Dayton, OH 45414
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Due to ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19, Dayton Memorial Park is restricting social events for the remainder of 2020 that might impact the health of our customers, families, and employees. The following events will be affected:

Veterans’ Day
There will be no ceremony for Veterans’ Day 2020. The veterans’ names that would have been read this year will be included in the ceremony to be held in 2021.

Christmas Tree Lighting
There will be no tree lighting ceremonies for 2020. However, families may still bring ornaments to hang on the Christmas tree, which will be set up in the Abbey Mausoleum after December 7, 2020.

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.

Important message effective August 24, 2020

Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum is happy to announce that we are returning to our regular office hours! The office will be open Monday - Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM and Saturday 9 AM - 1 PM. Appointments are strongly encouraged, and we continue to ask that you call before you come to assure that we will be able to meet your needs as efficiently and safely as possible. In accordance with the Governor's mandate, face masks are required in the Cemetery office. We ask that social distancing be practiced throughout the Cemetery.

Mark Davis
General Manager

Jennifer Stiver awarded Special Employee Award

On Saturday February 15, 2020, Dayton Memorial Park and Cemetery's Office Administrator, Jennifer Stiver was awarded the Special Employee Award at the Ohio Cemetery Association annual awards night in Dublin, Ohio.

This award is based on her exemplary performance throughout this past year. Not only did she perform her duties as Office Administrator, she stepped in to fill the vacant Family Advisor position, created a family advisor training manual and became the primary Family Advisor trainer for newly hired Family Advisors.

Jennifer also led the monument resetting process after the Memorial Day Tornado blew down 200 monuments. This entailed photographing each monument before resetting and after, recording any damage, and contacting families after the monument was reset.

Congratulations, Jennifer!



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 ...


Spring Clean-up Starts March 1, 2020

All items placed on the ground must be removed in preparation for mowing and trimming.

International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association      Ohio Cemetery Association




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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8135 North Dixie Drive
Dayton, OH 45414
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