The tropical breezes of the Gulf of Mexico refresh those who visit Grace Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home in Hudson, Florida. Situated approximately 30 miles north of the Tampa/St. Petersburg area, Grace Memorial Gardens has served the people of this coastal town for many years. Featuring 52 acres of lush landscaping, including mature trees and seasonal flowers, Grace Memorial Gardens is a tranquil setting for final repose.
A chapel on the grounds is an ideal spot for memorial services to honor a departed loved one, and professional staff members will help you with every need as you plan a funeral. Part of the Dignity Memorial Network, Grace Memorial Gardens puts a premium on customer care and meticulous maintenance of the grounds and buildings.
The town of Hudson is rich in the history of Old Florida, and Grace Memorial Gardens is an important part of that history. At one time, pirates were the main inhabitants of the hidden coves and beaches of this region of west Florida, and even the great Spanish explorers Hernando de Soto and Ponce de Leon made notations in their diaries of visits to the area. In addition, Timeuca and Seminole Indians have lived in and around the region for centuries. In fact, Grace Memorial Gardens contains an area designated as an old Native America burial ground.
Stunning beaches lie just a short distance from the cemetery, and the tropical weather is truly beautiful any time of year. Whether planning for the future or arranging for the funeral of a departed loved one, interment at Grace Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home is a fitting tribute to a life well lived.