Oak Grove Memorial Gardens
1413 E. Irving Blvd.
- Irving, TX 75060
- Telephone: (972) 579-1844
- Fax: (972) 579-1891
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Front Entrance and Office
Welcome to Oak Grove Memorial Gardens. The front entrance gates are opened at 7:00 am every morning. The entrance gates are closed and locked 1/2 hr. before dark every evening. Office hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm. Monday thru Saturday. Office is Closed on Sundays, and Holidays.
Garden of Faith
Established in 1970 as Oak Groves first Lawn Crypt section, this garden offered single depth and double depth companion lawn crypts. Available spaces - Very limited.
Garden of Holy Trinity, and Columbarium
Features Double Depth Lawn Crypts, and our newest cremation columbarium feature. Numerous Crypts, and niche spaces available.
Garden of Love
Offers varied burial spaces - Traditional burial spaces, Single depth lawn crypts, Side-by-side companion lawn crypts, Double-depth companion lawn crypts, and Cremation Columbarium. This garden also offers the most picturesque view of our cemetery. Numerous spaces available.
Garden of Peace
One of the original gardens in our cemetery. Has older, more mature trees, and established grass. Available burial spaces - Very limited.
Garden of the Cross
Offers - Traditional burial spaces, Single and Double Depth Lawn Crypts, and Cremation Columbarium. Available spaces - Very Limited
Garden of the Gospels
Offers - Traditional Burial spaces, and Cremation Columbarium. Spaces are available
The newest garden opened at Oak Grove. Memory offers traditional burial spaces
This section of Oak Grove Memorial Gardens is dedicated to the Men and Women that served in the United States military
Oak Grove Mausoleum was built in 1960 for the above ground entombment of traditional caskets. No spaces available.
Garden of Vespers
Offer traditional burial spaces. Available spaces - Very limited
Garden of Angels
View the excavation and placement of Double-Depth Lawn Crypts in the Garden of Holy Trinity
Wreaths Across America
Oak Grove Memorial Gardens participates in this annual ceremony to Remember, Honor, and Teach our community of the sacrifices made by the Men and Women who have served and are serving in the United States military. www.wreathsacrossamerica.org