About Us | Lakeview Memorial Gardens

About Us

History & Staff

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.

Our History

We have been serving our community with compassion and dedication for more than 40 years. Spread over 25 beautiful acres, our facility is the vision of Robert E. Sherwood, a local real estate developer. The original design was L-shaped to Lake Denton and hence the name Lakeview Memorial Gardens.

On April 2, 1969 Lakeview Memorial Gardens conducted its first burial when Vietnam War Hero S-Sgt. Charles W. Jenkins of Lake Placid Fl. Army S-Sgt. Jenkins lost his life in the vicinity of Nha Trang, Vietnam.

The climate controlled Chapel of Peace Mausoleum is the perfect place to host an intimate service for a traditional burial or cremation. Our cemetery has flat bronze burial sections including Babyland, Catholic, Christian, Jewish, Masonic and Veterans. Our granite upright monument section is non-sectarian.

We offer a range of cremation memorialization options including Cremation Benches, Niches, Private Columbaria, Boulder and Tree Stumps Estates and Below Ground.

Our team of experienced professionals is always at your service with solutions designed to meet your needs and fit your budget.

Our Valued Staff

Terry Lowery

Terry Lowery, General Manager

Violet Swart

Violet Swart, Family Service Director

Kristine Porter

Kristine Porter, Clerical and Administrative Specialist

Glenn McRae

Glenn McRae, Cemetery Supervisor

Christopher Gonzalez

Christopher Gonzalez, Cemetery Caretaker