Caballero Rivero Woodlawn Park North Cemetery and Mausoleum
Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North Park Cemetery and Mausoleum is one of the oldest cemeteries in Miami, Florida. Woodlawn Park Cemetery – North was established in 1913 by three pioneers in Miami’s early history – Thomas O. Wilson, William N. Urmey and Clifton D. Benson. The Woodlawn group of cemeteries grew throughout the years, and funeral homes were added as well. They invested thousands of dollars importing rare tropical trees and shrubs, including the first schefflera (umbrella trees) and mahogany trees, to this country.
Woodlawn Park in 1926 commissioned a noted mausoleum architect, McDonald Lovell, to design a mausoleum for the park. The present building covers more than a city block, accented with marble, stained glass and hand-wrought bronze gates.
In 1990, Caballero Funeral Homes (established in 1857 in Havana, Cuba) joined Woodlawn Park Cemeteries and Funeral Home and in 1993, Rivero Funeral Homes (established in 1946 in Havana, Cuba), the largest funeral home business in Florida, was acquired also and the name was changed to Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North Park Cemetery and Mausoleum.
Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North Park Cemetery and Mausoleum is located at 3260 SW 8th St, Miami FL 33135, on SW 8 Street, between 32 and 33 Avenue.
- Desiderio Alberto Arnaz II – youngest mayor of Santiago de Cuba, former Representative of Cuba and father of Desi Arnaz
- Manuel Artime – led the Bay of Pigs invasion
- William Brickell and his wife, Mary – one of the founders of Miami
- Fernando Bujones – Ballet dancer
- Pat Cannon – former U.S. Representative
- Max Carey – Baseball Hall of Famer
- Rafael Guas Inclan – former Vice President of Cuba.
- Matthew Gribble – Olympic swimmer.
- William C. Lantaff – former U.S. Representative
- Gerardo Machado y Morales – former President of Cuba
- Jorge Mas Canosa – Cuban-American activist
- George Merrick – Founder of Coral Gables and the University of Miami
- Kirk Munroe – American writer
- Antonio Prío Socarrás- former minister of Cuba
- Sandy Amoros - Professional Baseball player
- Carlos Prío Socarrás- former President of Cuba
- María Dolores "Mary" Tarrero-Serrano – former First Lady of Cuba, wife of Carlos Prío Socarrás
- Francisco Prío Socarrás – former Senator of Cuba
- Maria Regla Prío Socarrás – former Representative of Cuba
- Antonio Prohias – cartoonist who created the comic strip Spy vs. Spy for MAD Magazine
- Manolo Reyes – pioneering Spanish-language news broadcaster
- Ramon Santamaria - Grammy Hall of Famer
- Dixie Dunbar - Singer and Actress
- Anastasio Somoza Debayle – former President of Nicaragua
- Hope Portocarrero – former First lady of Nicaragua
- Anastasio Somoza García- former President of Nicaragua
- Luis Somoza Debayle – former President of Nicaragua
- Alfonso, Prince of Asturias (1907-1938), Count of Covadonga, entombed there from (1938–1985)
- CWGC Cemetery Report, details obtained from casualty record
- "Press release: Respected Cuban Community Leader and Former Mercy Hospital Executive, Manolo Reyes Passes Away". Mercy Hospital. 2008-01-03. Archived from the original on 2008-04-10. Retrieved 2008-04-16.