Floral Hills East Memorial Gardens, a cemetery in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, provides a place of reflection in tribute to those who shape our community. Each day, we serve with compassionate and personal approach. Our focused attention when making burial or cremation memorialization arrangements allows you find confidence in the decision-making process.
Our caring team understands the loss of a loved one can be a very personal experience. Our professionals use their experience to ensure that all your needs are met.
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Private Mausoleums
- Veterans Cemetery Section
- Custom Headstones and Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Flat Markers
- Upright Headstones
- Cremation Memorials
Natural beauty across 100 acres
Covering more than 100 acres, Floral Hills East offers a variety of interment options including traditional ground burials, mausoleum entombments, companion lawn crypts and outdoor cremation niches. With meticulously maintained grounds and a dedicated, caring staff, Floral Hills East continues to serve generations of Lee’s Summit area families.
Personalized care, day or night
Call on us if you need guidance regarding burial options in Lee's Summit, or to schedule a tour. Our team serves you and your family as we would our own family—with compassion, understanding and professionalism.
Our historic cemetery in Lee's Summit
Our beautiful cemetery dates back to 1967, when it was originally founded in rural southeastern Jackson County as Forest Hill East. In 1971, the name was changed to Floral Hills East Memorial Gardens. We joined the D.W. Newcomer's Sons group of funeral homes and cemeteries in 1984.
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"You did a great job"
"Safety at burial site under tent was unsafe- not level and trip hazard."
"The staff is very courteous & caring"
"This was a graveside service only and other arrangements were handled by long viewed cemetery"
"I already had a pre existing funeral arrangement for myself and my husband. I would recommend this to everyone, made it very simple in a tearful time. Didnt need to make many decisions."