Information Regarding COVID-19

We are committed to stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and keeping our community and families safe. In accordance with the recommendations of the CDC and the State Government and Health officials, gatherings of 50 people or more will be discouraged. This means we must begin limiting visitors to only immediate family members of the families we are serving. All other friends and visitors are discouraged from visiting the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy and encouragement may be left on the tribute wall of the obituary.

We will be providing phone and email arrangements to meet the needs of our families. Online arrangements will be available in the very near future as well. We will also be making an effort to increase our cleaning and sanitizing procedures in accordance with the recommendations from the CDC.  

We greatly appreciate your cooperation during this difficult time. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and follow the recommendations of the CDC and our government. Please take care and stay safe.

Who is Evergreen Memorial?

Evergreen Funeral Service is a full-service funeral home; an alternative option when it comes to choosing a funeral home, yet traditional to the services it offers. A funeral home with fair pricing, respectable packaging, and high quality. It is locally owned and operated.

Evergreen Memorial Cemetery is a perpetual care cemetery which means that it will be kept and maintained for the life of the cemetery. Grave spaces, mausoleums, and columbarium niches are available. Call to ask about pricing (919) 734-8099.

Evergreen Memorial is a wholesaler dealer of monuments (s) in any color and mausoleum (s).  We install our own Monuments and Mausoleums in our Cemetery and other Cemetery within a 50-mile radius.


Wreaths Across America

On December 15, 2018, the Wayne County chapter of Wreaths Across America held their annual ceremony at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery placing a wreath on every veteran's grave.

If you would like to make a donation to this organization, you can send donations to the link above, or mail a check to Tawnya Tucker at 204 Creekside Dr. Goldsboro, NC 27534.

A $15 donation will place one wreath on a grave.

See more about the Wayne County chapter of Wreaths Across America on their Facebook page.


Wayne County Cemeteries

Elliot R. Futrell has identified the majority of cemeteries located in Wayne Co. and he has documented who is buried in each of them, a reference work that runs to four volumes.

Each reference can be purchased for $25 from the office of Evergreen Funeral Home at 3888 US Hwy 70 West, Goldsboro location.

Volume I- (SOLD OUT) Great Swamp, Nahunta, Buck Swamp Townships

Volume II-New Hope, Pikeville, Saulston, Stoney Creek Townships

Volume III- Goldsboro Township

Volume IV- Fork Township (includes Princeton Cemetery)

image of 3 wreaths with bold lettering that says "wreaths accross america"
A stacked of cemeteries books


Thank you all so very much for the kindness, love & support that you extended to our family during our loss. Words cannot express how much it meant to us. We will never forget all you did.

Johnnie C. Millard family

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