About Worcester County Memorial Park
Worcester County Memorial Park 217 Richards Ave Paxton, MA 01612 508-791-0350
Kevin Killelea President
Brian Killelea , General Manager
We are located in Paxton, Massachusetts…
A picturesque, quiet old New England community. Right in the heart of the state, Paxton is centrally located, rural in character and not affected by industry and the turmoil of the city, yet it is easily accessible from all points in Worcester County and the surrounding areas. It is for these reasons that we chose this serene, pastoral setting nearly a half century ago. Visitors, upon first entering Worcester County Memorial Park, quickly notice that there are no walls, fences, gates or chains. The park is open at all times, with never a period, day or night, when a family member or friend cannot visit the final resting place of a loved one. Apparent, too, is the absence of traditional monuments and tombstones found in most other cemeteries. At Worcester Country Memorial Park, the various sections are known as “Gardens”, and the atmosphere of each distinct one has been created by thoughtfully combining flowing lawns, tasteful plantings, stately statues and ground-level memorials. I invite you to stop and share a cup of coffee with us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff has the answers to all of your questions, from decorating your loved ones grave to working out a financial plan to information on how to transfer a deed. We feel that Worcester County Memorial Park is a very special place, a feeling we are sure you will share in after visiting with us.
Please visit our office:
|• Restrooms on site • Personal Assistance • Site Location Maps|
Winter 2021/2022 office hours will be as follows:
* Please call ahead for appointments *
|Monday- Thursday Friday|
|8:30 am – 4:00 pm|
8:30 am – 3:00 pm
8:30 am – 2:00 pm
By Appointment Only Until Spring
Having my own wife, Carolyn, die suddenly in 1993, leaving me a widower at 39 years of age with responsibility of two children, Katie and Brian, ages 12 and 15, has made me more sensitive and focused as a cemeterian as to why every life is worth loving and remembering. Kevin Killelea, President (508) 791-0350.