20452 Rt. 6
Towanda, PA 18848

Phone: 570-606-3329

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Bradford County's only memorial park opened in 1945, when a group of local businessmen led by T. Ruthbin recognized the need for a cemetery of its type. David Gamzon was named president of the cemetery in 1961, and served until his death in 1996.

The 60-acre site is located in Luther Mills and nestled in the scenic Endless Mountains. The Park is highlighted by a Bell Tower and serves as the final resting place for over 1000 local veterans dating from the Civil War. Private John L. Rowe was the first veteran to be buried at the cemetery. Fittingly, the cemetery conducts an annual Memorial Day Service.

While on the grounds you may encounter our animal population, which includes deer, chipmunks, foxes, birds, rabbits and squirrels. The cemetery is a sanctuary of today, paying tribute to life.

The cemetery is dedicated to serving families in the best possible manner with dignity, compassion and understanding.