Hollywood Memorial Park Has Historical Significance

The land on which Hollywood Memorial Park and Cemetery lies has historical significance. During the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Connecticut Farms (now Union Township) was fought here in 1780. Hollywood Cemetery was established in 1909 and Hollywood Memorial Park in 1938, consisting of a little more than 125 acres on both sides of Stuyvesant Avenue.

The facility’s caring staff serves thousands of families each year who come to pay tribute and share memories of their loved ones for future generations. Hollywood also is proud that its maintenance and preservation funds rank in the top 2 percent of the not-for-profit regulated cemeteries in New Jersey. These funds assure lot owners that the cemetery will be maintained in perpetuity.

Hollywood has something for everyone: magnificent mausoleums built to serve the community regardless of economic status; the peaceful, park-like setting of a memorial park; and the respect, solitude and tradition of a monument cemetery.

For more information about Hollywood Memorial Park, contact the administrative office at 1-800-CMS-1981 or 888-819-1673.

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