Funeral and cremation

Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home


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Established for more than 100 years, Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home is committed to providing Arlington and Tarrant County families with meaningful and caring solutions for their funeral and cremation needs.





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A caring Texas funeral home

Chapel at Moore Bowen Road Funeral HomeWe have a beautiful and intimate chapel available for a variety of funeral and memorial celebrations with ample parking and a reception room for catered receptions. We are located near Moore Memorial Gardens and Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, serving the Mansfield and Kennedale communities.

Celebration services

Funeral service options have evolved in our many decades in business, but our commitment to high standards remains unchanged. You can expect to find Moore's family of professional funeral directors and family service counselors dedicated to your every need. Our staff takes the time to visit with your family and help plan a unique celebration of your loved one's life.

Reception room at Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home What does that mean exactly? Whether you are seeking a direct cremation, a full traditional funeral with a graveside service and cemetery burial or a modern celebration of life with live music, catering and a send-off that reflects the personality and passions of yourself or your loved one, we go the extra mile to make it happen.

Want a dove release? You got it. The best barbecue in Dallas-Fort Worth? You can have that, too. Monogrammed seed packets as mementos? Yes. The possibilities are endless and we do it all with a level of care and compassion uncommon in this world.

We honor veterans

Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home understands the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level One Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, our staff is knowledgeable in the benefits available to veterans and their families. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran's memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.

Community outreach

Every year Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home hosts public events on Mother's Day and Memorial Day, as well as a candle-light evening of remembrance in December. Through these events we help families honor their loved ones and celebrate life.

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Lobby at Moore Bowen Road Funeral HomeMoore Bowen Road Funeral Home is a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. When you choose us, you receive both the compassionate care you expect from a locally operated establishment and the benefits you deserve.

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In May 1910 Hugh M. and Mary Moore opened Moore Funeral Home in downtown Arlington at the corner of Main and Mesquite streets. It was located in the back of E.E. Smith Furniture and House Furnishings. Their 3 sons—Harry, Howard “Gumpy” and Robert “Bob”—joined their father as the funeral home business grew to accommodate a growing population.

Cemetery and memorial garden

In the 1930s Hugh established Parkdale Cemetery on Mary Street; it adjoins Arlington Cemetery. In the mid-'50s Moore Funeral Home acquired White Chapel Memorial Gardens in, what was then, far North Arlington. It was renamed Moore Memorial Gardens and the Moore brothers built a funeral home on its grounds. It opened on North Davis Drive in 1963.

A funeral home for Tarrant County

As the population of the city of Arlington continued to expand, so did Moore Funeral Home. The brothers opened a 2nd Arlington-area location to serve the needs of the southeast Tarrant County, including Mansfield and Kennedale. Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home opened in 1996 at the corner of Bowen Road and Pleasant Ridge, near I-20.


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