In 2009, Curlew Hills Memory Gardens proudly announced the Hellenic Cemetery ‘Morpheus’ in Curlew Hills Memory Gardens.
This section of Curlew Hills Memory Gardens features a traditional archway entrance with a special commemorative plaque and impressive Greek columns. There are a limited number of sites available for personal family chapels and families can select upright or flat memorials with traditional Greek symbols and lettering.
These beautiful grounds were blessed by Rev. Father James Rousakis of The Metropolis of Atlanta Vicar of Tampa Bay and dedicated by Congressman Gus Bilirakis.
Curlew Hills has worked closely with the Foundation of Hellenism of America, a non-profit organization located in Clearwater whose objective is to promote the Hellenic culture worldwide. President of the organization, Michael Servos, is excited about the creation of this burial section which honors the Greek traditions.
The word, Hellenism, is derived from the word, Hellene, which means Greek.
For information on this very special section of our cemetery, please call or email us anytime.
Morpheus is Greek for Dreams.