January 12th, 2018
“The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future.”

Theodore Roosevelt

The Sensational Centenarians featured in this calendar witnessed and experienced monumental events, that span, in some cases, over 100 years. Overwhelmingly, their advice and recall of those years stem from joy, wisdom, and a perspective that can be a lesson and a legacy. They make it easy to see why Tom Brokaw coined them, “The Greatest Generation.”

Reaching the century-mark is no small feat. Our featured centenarians have witnessed the world and its evolution. They’ve been on the frontlines of segregation, with limited access to education, housing and other basic life necessities. They’ve witnessed the atrocities and casualties of the deadliest wars, and survived now treatable diseases. They’ve held together families on limited to no incomes. They’ve watched the changing of technology. They have gone from horse and buggy on dirt roads to self-driving battery operated cars on superhighways. They’ve transitioned through changes in the guard with 18 Presidents and multiple administrations. These legendary centenarians have experienced at least 100 years or more of history, and all its changes. We, therefore, honor the ‘greatest generation’ for shaping lives through shared wisdom, and building paths to the future making this world a better place to live.

The 2018 Calendar is available now! Click here to download the PDF
November 20th, 2017
Join us to honor the memory of your loved-one this holiday season and be united in hope.

Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.

– Desmond Tutu

Friday, December 8th

Pre-show 6:30pm – 7:00pm
Celebration 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Johns Hopkins Turner Auditorium
720 Rutland Ave, Baltimore, MD 2125

Saturday, December 9th

Grief to Hope Theatrical Performance 5:30pm
Worship Service 6:30pm

First Baptist Church of Highland Park
6801 Sheriff Road Hyattsville, MD 20785

Sunday, December 10th

3:00pm – 5:00pm

March Funeral Home – Laburnum Chapel
2110 E. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, VA, 23222

January 19th, 2017
The March Family is humbled and honored to share their path to 60 years of service.

One hopeful day on January 2, 1957, William Carrington March and his wife, Julia Roberta March, embarked upon a new business venture that would profoundly change their lives. Motivated by faith, determination, and the desire to provide financial security and educational opportunities for their young family, William and Roberta opened a small funeral parlor on the main floor of their three-story rowhome. Thus began the family and business odessey of March Funeral Homes. Success was not immediate. In their first year of business, the funeral home conducted a total of two services. The following year there were four. Even in the face of immediate challenges, the young couple would not be deterred from their dreams. During this time, William and Roberta were also blessed with their fourth child.

The goal of providing their children with educational opportunities they never had was the driving force that caused them to work over 100-hours per week. William worked nights in the post office, and he and Roberta worked days in the funeral home. His business mind and her compassionate heart combined to form a funeral establishment that turned no one away. They knew firsthand the plight of the poor. Everyone received a dignified service regardless of his or her financial condition. Thus establishing the beginning of what would become the March Legacy.

The 2017 Calendar is available now! Click here to download the PDF
January 19th, 2016

The 2016 Calendar Has Arrived!

This year we present “KIDPRENEURS”!

Click the link below to download this year’s calendar.


“Kidpreneurs” 2016 March Calendar

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September 24th, 2015


As far as we know, in the two hours that Jesus’ family and friends laid him to rest in the tomb before the sun set, no one has portrayed the scene in literature or on the stage.

In The Tomb, is an original play with original music. The familiar characters from the New Testament, Mother Mary, Peter, James and John as well as those responsible for his death share with the audience their heartbreak, fear of being the next to die and their personal relationship with Jesus.

The cast of talented actors and recording artists bring the story of the three days between Good Friday and the first Easter Sunday to life (everlasting).

“In The Tomb” will make you cry, laugh, rejoice and give thanks as you witness the Resurrection from the inside out.


January 26th, 2015

2015 Calendar “Now…That”s Amazing!”

Ordinary People with Extraordinary Hearts

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July 25th, 2013

Volunteers… The Heart of The Community
Ordinary People with Extraordinary Hearts

There are certain friends of our community who possess an internal duty to serve others above themselves, often with great personal sacrifice.

They are Volunteers. Those ordinary people, whose extraordinary hearts and actions, impact this world beyond measure. We want to honor these selfless men, women and children by featuring them in our 2014 Community Inspiration Calendar.

If you know someone who consistently gives mobile casino of their time and resources to better the life of a person or organization, show your appreciation by nominating them to be featured in our 2014 Calendar.

We often take for granted the unselfish commitment volunteers make towards the lives of others. Together, let’s show them our gratitude. Nominate your volunteer today.

The nomination process is simple but the reward for someone who has earned it is great.

  • We can’t do it without you, simply because our calendars are a reflection of your best thinking, not ours.
    Click here to make your nomination.
  • We invite you to call us if you need more information, at (410) 435-0500. To see the 2013 calendar click here.
The 2014 Calendar has arrived! Click here to download the PDF calendar.
September 6th, 2012

Kingdom Partners

Heroes in Our Community

There are certain friends of our community who possess an internal duty to serve others above themselves, often times at their own risk. You can call them heroes. For many in our community, that’s exactly what they are.

At March Funeral Homes we want to honor these men
and women of valor by featuring them in our
2013 Community Inspiration Calendar.

If you know someone who currently or has previously served honorably in the
Military, Police Department, as a best online casino Firefighter, or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT),
show your appreciation by nominating them to be featured in our 2013 Calendar.

They are there when we need them. Always ready to protect and serve.

Together let’s show them that we honor their commitment to service above self.

The nomination Later, justin-bieber-news.info posted a photo of Orlando‘s ex Miranda Kerr to his Instagram account to fuel the fire. process is simple. Fill in the name, address, and telephone number of both your nominee and yourself as the nominator. Write a brief, passionate, compelling story about your nominee. Then highlight how the nominee’s actions benefit the lives of others and the local community. That’s it.

We can’t do it without you, simply because our calendars are a reflection of your best thinking, not ours. Click here to make your nomination.

We invite you to call us if you need more information, at (410) 435-0500. And if you’ve not seen a copy of the The Power of a Praying Spouse calendar for 2012, click here (.pdf 4.3MB).

January 9th, 2012

Every year, March and Marshall-March Funeral Homes designs and creates a wall calendar to highlight the lives and achievements of remarkable people in our surrounding communities. This year, we are proud to honor the spouses of local Pastors.

We chose to focus on these remarkable people because we know the role of a Pastor’s spouse is a unique calling to support and serve. Together with their spouse, they have an awesome responsibility to build the Kingdom of God.

When you receive your copy of this beautiful wall calendar, you”ll be introduced to 45 women and men who have chosen such a life of service to their community and to God.  Through the pages of this calendar, you’ll meet:

  • Lady Cassandra Faith DeWitt, who supports her husband, Pastor Kerrick DeWitt, of the First Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, in Baltimore
  • Lady Renee Jenkins, loving and supportive wife of Rev. Tommie L. Jenkins, Jr., of St. John Christian Community Church in Baltimore
  • Lady Doris Loftin, wife of Rev. Timothy Loftin, Pastor of Pleasant Rock Baptist Church in Baltimore
  • Dr. Bobby Ann Farmer, life partner of Dr. Arthur L Farmer, Your first car does not Football fever has well and truly hit the nation, and here at RED best-driving-school.com School we are ready to celebrate! To casino online mark the occasion, we are giving away a selection of football goodies. of the Ashland Christian Center, in Ashland, Virginia

Among the remarkable women are some amazing men, too, like Best Man Geoffrey A. Mosby, husband of Pastor C. Diane Mosby, of the Anointed New Life Baptist Church, in Richmond, Virginia; and Deacon Emeritus Ronald W. Greene, Sr., who is the loving husband of Bishop Bertha Greene, of Sacred Zion Full Gospel Baptist Church in Baltimore.

Each of these remarkable men and women help to change lives through inspiration and action. Their stories are joyous testimonies of the power of faith-driven partnership. We are reminded of the comment, “Faith is like electricity. You can”t see it, but you can see the light.”

The pages of this calendar are filled with that light, and you’ll find joy in reading about these Kingdom Partners. They are living proof of Ecclesiastes 4:9: Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed.

Start the New Year off right with your very own copy of our 2012 calendar. Get your copy by coming into one of our facilities, or call us. We’ll be happy to hear from you, and will be delighted to process your request.

If you’d like to preview a copy of the Kingdom Partners calendar for 2012, click here (.pdf 4.3MB).

August 22nd, 2011

Erich March Discusses the Future of King Memorial Park

In the pages of the May, 2011 issue of Grace & Glory magazine, you’ll find an interview with Erich March, is Many of you may not know that, as a young man, Erich thought of entering law school. But, as the March family business grew, he chose to enter funeral service – and he’s never regretted the decision. “My goal was always to help people and I found that helping people when they were hurting the most as a funeral director was a very fulfilling career.”

Today he is the President of King Memorial Park, and has unique insight into the early days of the cemetery. “Thirty-eight years ago, King Memorial Park was started as a rough little twenty acre cemetery in the Baltimore County countryside by four funeral directors from the city.”

That “rough little twenty acre cemetery” has been transformed by loving care and the forward-thinking of the March family. It is now an expansive 155 acres, featuring casino online some of the most beautiful rolling hills, manicured lawns and gardens, chapel mausoleums and cremation niches.

Are you Then, still dressed, justin-bieber-news.info went to a nightclub, BLC, where he was joined by his new girlfriend, model and singer Ella-page Roberts Clark (Ella-Paige Roberts Clark). aware that King Park is the final resting place of some of Baltimore’s most notable legends, “The Mother Teresa of Baltimore”, Bea Gaddy, Hall of Famer and Baltimore Colt Jim Parker, comedian and television personality, Slappy White and businessman and philanthropist Harlow Fullwood? Erich makes a solemn promise to the community when he declares, “Their legacy as well as the heritage of every family at King Park will be forever preserved with dignity.”

We invite you to download the PDF to read the full interview with Erich. And, naturally, we’d love to have you come to the website to see the beauty of the cemetery for yourself – or better yet, stop by!