Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens has provided cemetery services to the Rio Grande Valley for more than a half a century. Since the mid-1900s, we have served the communities of Brownsville, South Padre Island, Port Isabel, Los Fresnos, Los Indios, Rancho Viejo, Olmito and the entire Rio Grande Valley.
- Cremation Memorials
- Customized Memorials
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright headstones
We honor local customs
Our caring staff understands that losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience. We welcome all families, no matter your ethnic background and religious beliefs.
Cemetery, mausoleum properties
In addition, our staff will work with you to create a lasting tribute to those who have meant so much. The cemetery at Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens offers a number of options, including traditional lots, lawn crypts, mausoleums and niches. Due to our location and the general preference of many south Texas area families, we do perform more traditional burials than cremation memorializations, but we'll be more than happy to honor whatever choice is right for you. Your family may also select from private estates and columbaria, allowing you to have a more intimate setting for honoring your loved ones.
We are committed to helping your family with compassionate, professional and personal service. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or if you would like more information about our cemetery services at Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens.
Special cemetery events
Monthly, Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens host a remembrance event for families who've suffered a loss during the month. The event includes a prayer service and a balloon release, followed by food, fellowship, prizes and keepsakes.
Each holiday season, we place a Tree of Remembrance in our lobby. Families are invited to bring pictures of their loved ones that we use to create ornaments to hang on the tree. Afterward, families enjoy a reception with tamales and other foods. Each family also gets an ornament to hang on their tree at home. We also celebrate Día de los Muertos and Día de las Madres with an altar, a prayer service and plenty of candy.