Funeral and cremation

Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home

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Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home in Dallas has provided funeral and cremation services for over 125 years. Throughout our history, our commitment to bringing you excellent service has remained unchanged, while our offerings have evolved to meet the changing needs of the Dallas community. We also share a close affiliation with Grove Hill Memorial Park, Sparkman/Hillcrest Mausoleum and Memorial Park, Sacred Heart Cemetery and Calvary Hill Cemetery.

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Caring service, small-town atmosphere

In 1956, we constructed Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home to better serve the growing White Rock area. The funeral home's spacious staterooms offer a comforting environment and accommodate both large gatherings and intimate services. Our dedicated staff prides itself on maintaining a small-town atmosphere. As part of North America's largest network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, we value caring service and customer satisfaction.

History

The Sparkman Family of funeral homes has been a part of the Dallas community since its founding in 1892. Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home was constructed in 1956, in the growing White Rock area, and was the first structure in Dallas to be built strictly for use as a funeral home.

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