Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre is a caring and compassionate provider of funeral, memorial and cremation services for Surrey and the Lower Mainland area. The funeral home is located in a picturesque seaside community, and we're proud to serve our neighbours in White Rock, Surrey, South Surrey, Langley, Delta and other parts of British Columbia. The funeral home sits on the grounds of Victory Memorial Park cemetery.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Crematorium On-Site
- Multicultural Funerals
A funeral home for all
Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre has several elegant reception rooms. These facilities are comfortable spaces for families to hold funeral services for their loved ones. The reception rooms are also regularly used for events like family reunions, weddings and anniversary parties.
The funeral home chapel seats 300 people. The non-denominational chapel serves people of all faiths and is equipped with multimedia equipment, including 3 televisions to show a memorial slideshow—which we are happy to help you create
Our funeral home is equipped to coordinate services that honour the customs and traditions of all cultures and religions. Members of our staff speak Cantonese and Mandarin, and they have a great deal of experience with the Asian, Hindu and Sikh communities.
Let's celebrate life
Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre offers many ways to honour a life, from traditional to contemporary. We believe every person is different, and our mission is to pay tribute to each unique life with a unique funeral service. We love to help families plan modern events that deeply embody the passions of the person being honoured. Our professional celebrants specialize in planning celebrations of life and work with your family to discover the details that make a memorial memorable.
A celebration of life can take many forms and include only small touches, such as photos and mementos, or become an extravagant affair. Our celebrants work to make sure your loved one's personality shines. Imagine a winter wonderland for your cold-weather lover or a luau for someone who was obsessed with Hawaii. From a dove release to cupcake bar, a hockey-themed memorial to a fireworks show, we take the things that mattered most to someone and create a celebration to remember.
Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre has provided cremation services since opening its crematory in 1972. The on-site crematorium makes planning a cremation a simpler process and ensures your loved one never leaves our care.
You can choose to hold a cremation before or after a funeral or memorial service—or you can opt for no service at all. Some families want to watch the cremation, and we can accommodate that need as well.
You have many choices when it comes to cremation. Our team explains them all and answers your questions along the way.
Victory Memorial Park cemetery
Victory Memorial Park in Surrey comprises 36 acres of park-like property with views of the Vancouver Coastal Mountains, mature trees and impeccable landscaping. All around our beautiful cemetery birds sing and water trickles. It truly is a peaceful and reflective place.
Many burial and cremation options
What began as a veterans cemetery in the 1950s now serves the entire community, including Surrey's large and diverse Asian population. The memorial park offers a variety of burial options.
Memory Glen cremation garden has a meandering stream, large pond and lush foliage. Thousand Flower Ponds has a wall of cremation niches as well as in-ground cremation burial. The cemetery also offers mausoleum entombment, in-ground burial, private walled estates and hedge estates.
Asian cultural events
Each spring, we celebrate Ching Ming with families who have loved ones buried at Victory Memorial Park. The funeral home holds an open house, and families come to sweep their loved ones' graves. We also celebrate Chung Yeung in the fall.
Christmas candlelight service
In December, Victory Memorial Park and Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre host a Christmas candlelight service to acknowledge the pain that can come during the holidays, even years after the death of a loved one. The event brings families together to light candles, enjoy sweet treats and enjoy the power of fellowship. We give commemorative Christmas ornaments to all the families we have served.
The Veteran Memorial Trust Association opened what would become Victory Memorial Park in 1955 as Veterans Memorial Park. The 1st burial took place in March of 1959. Soon after, a 65-foot military cross was constructed; howitzer guns were placed on either side.
In the 1970s, the cemetery went from mainly a place for military members and their families to a public cemetery. The howitzer guns were donated to the City of White Rock and the Vancouver Armoury. Though Victory Memorial Park is no longer an exclusively veterans’ cemetery, we still honour the veterans buried here each Remembrance Day.
Victory Memorial Park now has sections designated for members of religious organizations such as Beth Tikvah Jewish Congregation (Richmond), St. Vartan’s Armenian Church, Canadian Hussaini Association, Aga Khan, Armenian Church and the British Columbia Muslim Association.
A on-site crematorium and cremation gardens
In 1972, a crematorium and funeral chapel were built on the cemetery grounds. In 1984, Victory Memorial Park opened its 1st cremation garden. Memory Glen is a tranquil space with a large pond. Our 2nd cremation garden is called Brookside.