Cemeteries in Austin, Texas | Ever Loved


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Browsing 1 - 10 of 10 cemeteries near Austin, Texas
3650 South Interstate 35 Frontage Road
Austin, TX 78704
2800 Hancock Drive
Austin, TX 78731
3304 East 12th Street
Austin, TX 78721
1601 Navasota Street
Austin, TX 78702
11610 Chapel Lane
Austin, TX 78748
13275 Pond Springs Road
Austin, TX 78729
909 Navasota Street
Austin, TX 78702
1204 Springdale Rd
Austin, TX 78721
6300 W William Cannon Dr
Austin, TX 78749
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Memorials for people from Austin, TX

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Austin, TX on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Lida Lea

Aug 11, 1950 — May 4, 2020

Austin, TX, USA

Noah harell

Oct 30, 1990 — Aug 31, 2021

Austin, TX, USA

First name Noah harell Age 20 Passed away in august And in Texas Austin. Read more
Riley "Baby Riley" Albert Kallus-Heard

Jul 4, 2021 — Jul 4, 2021

Austin, TX, USA

“Dearest baby, please know that our greatest blessing was having you.”

Riley Albert Kallus-Heard was born on S…

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Batiar Vehapi

1993 — Sep 4, 2021

Austin, TX, USA

Batiar Vehapi passed away on September 4th, 2021 due to complications with COVID-19. Our family is heart brok… Read more
Toni Denise Wright-Guillory

Mar 25, 1956 — Sep 9, 2021

Austin, TX, USA

Planning a funeral in Austin, Texas

If you’re planning a funeral in Austin, Texas, it’s generally a good idea to start by deciding what kind of funeral you want to have. Burial or cremation? Do you want a viewing? Should there be a formal funeral service, or would you prefer a celebration of life? (If you’re not sure what makes the most sense, you may want to try our free funeral planning guide.)

These decisions will help you choose the funeral home for your needs. If all you want is an affordable direct cremation in Austin, there are a few funeral homes that specialize in this. On the other hand if you want a funeral with a view, service and graveside service, you may want to lean toward a more traditional funeral home. When selecting an Austin funeral home, it’s also a good idea to compare prices and online reviews, as not all funeral homes are similar.

If you choose to do a burial, you’ll also need to find an Austin cemetery plot, if you haven’t already. Fortunately, there are many cemeteries in the Austin area to choose from. You may want to see a few in person to get a sense for where you’re most likely to go back and visit.

If you decide to do a cremation in Austin, you can choose to bury the ashes in a cemetery plot, keep them in an urn at home or scatter them in a place of your choosing. There are lots of beautiful areas around Austin where you can scatter ashes; it all comes down to what feels most meaningful to you and your family.