Who We Are
Owned and operated by the March Family, King Memorial Park is one of the largest African American owned and operated cemeteries in the eastern region. 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.
King Memorial Park is a testament to our heritage. It’s a place to come to celebrate the lives of those we love, reflect on the impact they had in our lives, and share memories. The staff of King Memorial Park is very aware of the importance of this place in the lives of our community members, and each of us has takes our commitment to service very seriously. We always have.
CNN Heroes: Helping Baltimore's grieving kids heal - by Marissa Calhoun
Last year, Baltimore's homicide rate hit a four-year high. Yet families have few resources to help them heal from the trauma of a relative's sudden death. That's where Annette March-Grier steps in. Her nonprofit in Baltimore helps children and their families cope with grief.
King Memorial Park is a reflection of forward thinking and dedication to preserving our heritage. The 1973 purchase of land in Baltimore County by William C. March and three other funeral directors was just the beginning. Today, his vision and his commitment to service, is shared by our professional staff.Read more
As owners and operators of the country’s largest African-American cemetery, the March Family has developed the areas of the cemetery to reflect the history and dignity of the black community as well as the Islamic community with unique memorialization. We will continue to do so far into the future.Read more
Located in the scenic rural part of West Baltimore County, King Memorial Park emulates the scriptures’ depiction of green pastures. Our manicured lawn, evergreens and lush shrubbery are testimony of our commitment to maintain a well-kept cemetery. Our offices are warm and welcoming; we invite you to visit us.Read more