History & Staff
We have many years of experience caring for families from all walks of life. As leaders in the industry, families know they can count on us to provide them with the comfort they need when they need it the most.
Why Choose Us?
Learn The Legacy
I appreciate the friendly and professional staff at Memorial Park Memphis. Kerrie has been so compassionate and diligent in helping me and my grandmother over these past two months during the passing of our loved ones. She made the transition smooth and easy. We are appreciative and thankful for you all.Lashundra Anderson
My friend and I arranged a prepaid funeral with Memorial Park 25 years ago. Sadly, last week the time came for my friend to be laid to rest. And the staff at Memorial Park could not have been more gracious, sympathetic and understanding. David, Micheal, and Heather were so compassionate and helped me get through a very difficult time. Later Dr. Mike was so... Read MoreJoanne Woody
I would like to thank Joe, Hannah, Aaron, Mark and Kyle for such a wonderful experience when we sent my brother Knox Phillips to Rock and Roll heaven...we had guitars...a song...and some great stories to share. They enabled us to have exactly what we wanted without the hassles at all...no pressure just fine accommodating people. The same thing was true when... Read MoreJerry Phillips
Who We Are
General ManagerRead Bio
Joe joined the staff in Memphis in January 2020 to serve as General Manager. He graduated from Arkansas State University with a degree in mortuary science and has served over the last 20 years in many roles including funeral director, cemetery management and coroner.
"Being a funeral director and serving families during the worst times of their lives is a high calling" he says. "I am thankful for the years I have been able to serve."
Joe has been married to his wife Brandi for 23 years and they have two amazing kids: Mackena and Jonathan.
As a trusted member of the community, he sits on the Cemetery Association of Tennessee as a board member, as well as Northwest Mississippi Community College as an Advisory board member for the Funeral and Mortuary science program.
He is privileged and honored to have the opportunity to serve alongside a very talented staff here at Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery.
Chapel Location ManagerRead Bio
At the core of everything Michael does is a desire to put families’ needs first, and it’s a philosophy that has served our clients and staff tremendously well.
Having joined Memorial Park in 2005, Michael is responsible for ensuring that every service brings honor to the deceased. “The families will remember their experience at Memorial Park forever, so I strive to make their time a positive one,” he says.
Office ManagerRead Bio
Hannah Moore joined Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery in May of 2011 as a licensed funeral director. She graduated from Northwest Mississippi Community College with a degree in Mortuary Science and has been a licensed funeral director in the great state of Tennessee since 2005 and is a member of Germantown Chamber of Commerce. She serves as a liaison with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and is instrumental in serving their bereaved families. Hannah also leads three annual events for Memorial Park; Fallen Heroes Remembrance Service, Mid-South Transplant’s Ride for Life, and Camp Good Grief 5K all of which are held on the beautiful grounds of Memorial Park Cemetery. she has been the trusted funeral director leading and directing funeral services for our local emergency personnel who gave the ultimate sacrifice and lost their life in the line of duty. In 2018, Hannah earned the opportunity join the leadership team as the Office Manager for both the funeral home and cemetery. When asked to elaborate on her position, she said: “It is an honor and privilege to support our staff in serving the families of the Mid-South; they work extremely hard to deliver the best and most personalized service in the area. I feel that funeral service, no matter the capacity, is not only a calling, but my true passion.”
Hannah is married to her husband, Eric and they have two daughters, Emery and Ellie; as a family, they attend Crossroads Baptist Church in Eads, TN.