Forest Hills Memorial Park

2001 SW Murphy Rd Palm City, FL 34990

Forest Hills Memorial Park

2001 SW Murphy Rd
Palm City, FL 34990

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Hours of Operation

  • M-F: 8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 3:00pm
  • Sun: 10:00am - 2:00pm

About Our Cemetery:

Forest Hills Memorial Park was established in 1976 in Palm City, Florida. Located near St. Lucie River and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, the landscape of Forest Hills Memorial Park features rolling hills with numerous Pine, Oak and Royal Poinciana trees, as well as man-made waterways throughout the property. Forest Hills Memorial Park is also the final resting place of Reider Waaler, WWI Medal of Honor recipient, and is a participating Wreaths Across America cemetery.

Forest Hills offer a wide range of burial options, including traditional burials and cremations, as well as private mausoleums, cremation burials, cremation niches, cremation benches, community mausoleums, lawn crypts, cremation slants, boulders, pedestals, and cremorials.


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What is Burial Planning and Why Should You Consider It?

Burial planning involves arranging and even pre-paying your funeral now, decades in advance. There are numerous beneficial reasons to do this:

  • Pay today's costs instead of years and years of inflation
  • Set your legacy by ensuring your story is told your way
  • Spare your loved ones the added stress of guessing what you would want
  • Alleviate additional grief during your loved ones' time of loss

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Planning Ahead Helps Protect Against The Unexpected.

Life is filled with precious moments, and planning for your end-of-life wishes is an act of love and consideration for those you cherish the most. Take control of your future and ensure your wishes are honored with our pre-planning services. Call or stop in today for complete details.

My recent visit with my husband to Forest Hill Funeral Home in Palm City, Florida was so informative. My husband and I have delayed the pre planning arrangements for our funerals for sometime. Who wants to deal with this final stage of a person’s life? Well we did, and are so grateful that we had Marsha Godwin to guide and educate us with all our choices and decisions. When you have husband and wife together, and you are guided by a professional person, like Marsha, so much of the stress and anxiety are relieved. Each person is informed of their choices in the funeral arrangements and services in a caring and economical manner. The documents that you also receive will also assist other family members in knowing the details of your funeral. I would definitely encourage a visit to Forest Hill Memorial Park before the death of a loved one. At this time, you are emotionally in a much better frame of mind to make your decisions.
Betty - September '22
Losing my dad was overwhelming for us all, Forest Hills in Palm City gave us excellent guidance and care. Brian and Alice among others were very compassionate and attentive. Any question we had, they answered right away. Everything was clearly explained and we were never rushed away. We had so many flowers at the church but Fern from Forest Hills transported them. We did not even have to ask. Thank you for making a very sad time a bit easier
Lisa - February '22
It was a pleasure working with Marsha Godwin on some advance planning and the purchase of a site for my loved one. Nothing but good things to say.
Mike - November '21
Brian and Pastor Greg, as well as Galina and Marsha at the cemetery, we’re so accommodating. Our experience was daunting as we are relatively young parents burying our 5 year old daughter unexpectedly and everyone treated us like family. They truly went above and beyond and everything felt just right for my little angels celebration of life.
M.M - August '21