About Calumet Park Dee May 1, 2000
Celebrating 94 years of heritage, honor and commitment to serve families with dignity and respect.

Since our founding in 1928, Calumet Park continues to be a source for solace, quality service and support for all who visit. Today, we uphold the original vision of providing a park-like experience with rolling hills, ponds and verduous trees for every denomination to rest, visit and enjoy. 

Grounds of Beauty.

We spare no expense in creating an aesthetic environment for our families. Each facet of our park’s design is intended to uplift broken spirits, encourage the downtrodden, and lighten the weight of loss with reminders that the God of heaven and earth will comfort us in our time of need.

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"Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices." - Harry S. Truman
Veterans, we thank you.

What began as a 96-acre field has continually expanded through the years, adding new places to worship, areas that commemorate veterans and faiths, and numerous opportunities to personalize and cherish the memories of those we love.

Our team maintains the park for the enjoyment and comfort for people of all faiths and beliefs.

The vision, innovation and commitment to extraordinary service is reflected in our being awarded the 2018 “Cemetery of the year” by the American Cemetery & Cremation magazine.

What's a Lot?
Our 400+ acre park is organized into Sections, Blocks and Lots for ease of navigation. A Section is the largest segment which may be broken into a Block, which you can think of as a subsection. Lots are where you’ll find the resting space of your beloved. To help eliminate guesswork, you may use our interactive map below to preview the park before you visit, then use our GraveFinder tool once you arrive.

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