History of Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Directors

For over a century, Oklahoma City families have placed their trust in Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Directors. The funeral home originally opened in 1891 as Street & Harper Furniture and Undertaking Co. In 1916, Ed L. and Chester Lowe Hahn established Hahn Funeral Home, and after their passing, their daughter, Lelia Hahn Cook, continued the legacy of superior service. In 1967, the business was merged with Street & Draper to become Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper. In December 2008, we opened the doors to our new facility at NW 65th and Broadway Extension.

Rose Hill Burial Park began in 1917 in Oklahoma City. This beautiful 160-acre cemetery is home to one of the first public mausoleums in the state of Oklahoma. The original mausoleum was built in 1919 by John Harden. Since then, the cemetery has added two additional mausoleums, the Woodsbrook Cremation Garden and a small lake complete with a gazebo and fountains. Many of the founding families of Oklahoma City have memorialized their family members here since the cemetery opened.

As a proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network, we continue to strive to exceed the expectations of every family we are privileged to serve. Our facility, complete with a reception center, chapel and staterooms, is designed to serve the needs of our families today. Our experienced staff is committed to guiding you through the process of arranging a traditional funeral or cremation service. We invite you to come by and meet the staff; we would be glad to answer your questions and give you a tour of our facility.

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