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10977 Harry Hines Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75220
8100 Fireside Dr
Dallas, TX 75217
2000 Mountain Creek Parkway
Dallas, TX 75211
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3151 S Buckner Blvd
Dallas, TX 75227
3235 Lombardy Lane
Dallas, TX 75220
3920 Samuell Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75228
3020 Oak Grove Avenue
Dallas, TX 75204
7405 West Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75225
6000 South R L Thornton Freeway
Dallas, TX 75232
3900 Oakland Circle
Dallas, TX 75215

Memorials for people from Dallas, TX

Browse a few memorial websites created for people from Dallas, TX on Ever Loved. Find obituaries, funeral details, photos, stories, and more.
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Clarence Lamont High

Oct 25, 1957—Jun 21, 2020

Dallas, TX, USA

"Clarence Lamont High age 62 was born in Chicago IL to Cleveland and Thelma High. Clarence accepted Christ at …" Read more
William Scott Cummings

1965—Jun 12, 2020

Dallas, TX, USA

"William Scott Cummings, 55, of Dallas, Texas passed away and has gone home to join the angels on June 12, 202…" Read more
William Scott Cummings

1965—Jun 12, 2020

Dallas, TX, USA

Jessica Nicole Williams

Jan 19, 1998—Jun 7, 2020

Dallas, TX, USA

"Jessica Nicole Williams was only 21 years old when she passed away in her sleep . She was a loving sister , c…" Read more
Pauline Renay Lathan

Dec 20, 1968—May 29, 2020

Dallas, TX, USA

Planning a funeral in Dallas

When planning a funeral in Dallas, there are dozens of funeral homes to choose from, so there’s a great chance that you can find one that feels right for your family’s preferences and budget. When evaluating your options, consider things like location (especially if you want to host a viewing or funeral service at the funeral homes), your connection with the staff, online reviews, prices and more.

In Texas, burial is still more popular that cremation, although cremation rates are rising quickly and have surpassed burial on a national level. Consider which option feels right to you. Burial is more traditional and some people prefer the notion of leaving their loved one’s body whole. Cremation, on the other hand, is more environmentally friendly and is generally much more affordable.

There are many beautiful Dallas cemeteries to choose from, if you’d like a traditional burial or to bury your loved one’s ashes. It’s often a good idea to visit a few to get a sense of which spot you’re most likely to go back and visit.

During the summer, some people planning a funeral in Dallas may want to forgo a graveside service, due to the heat. You can choose to do an indoor funeral service, graveside service, or both. The most important thing is that it feels meaningful to your family.

If you’re still unsure about the type of funeral you want for your loved one, you may want to use our free funeral planner for a guided look at your options.