- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
- Cremation Memorials
- Customized Memorials
- Double-depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Green Burial
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
Creating the perfect tribute
At Sunny Lane Funeral Home, we start with a conversation. Tell us a story about a person—their trademark style, their favorite decade or the hobby that became a lifelong passion—and we will work with you to create a fitting tribute. Envision a motorcycle escort for the procession or a pop-up gallery of hand-created art. Whether you plan to celebrate in the company of a large gathering of family and friends or prefer the private comfort of immediate family, our reception space adapts to meet your needs and desires. Let us take care of the catering, with local favorites or light refreshments to suit your taste.
We at Sunny Lane Funeral Home welcome celebrants of all faiths and cultural backgrounds, and offer traditional religious services and cremation for those who choose. Our chapel enjoys the distinction of being one of the first built in Oklahoma.
Cemetery for all
Sunny Lane Cemetery provides burial services in Del City, including interment of cremated remains and above-ground entombment, in addition to traditional ground burial. Family estates provide the peace of mind of a central gathering place for future generations to assemble in remembrance. Rest assured that our grounds will remain well-kept for decades to come.
We also offer burial with military honors.
Let the experienced team at Sunny Lane Cemetery guide you through the range of burial options available, with special attention to every detail.
The roots of Sunny Lane Cemetery in Del City run as deep as the roots of the State of Oklahoma. Less than one week after the land run in 1889, John George donated an acre of his homestead to build a church and Jack Moore donated an acre adjacent to the north from his homestead to build a cemetery. From these humble beginnings, Sunny Lane Church and Cemetery became one of the first churches established in Oklahoma.
In 1918 both the church and cemetery were purchased by Frank Trosper with the intent of preserving these significant pieces of history. A brick veneer was constructed around the original church. Shortly after, in 1924, Sunny Lane Cemetery was formally established. Though the original cemetery may still be viewed today, unfortunately, all that remains of the original church is its foundation.
Today, Sunny Lane Funeral Home still honors the traditions of our past while embracing the potential of our future. The new Community Reception Center provides a facility for families to congregate for celebrations, as well as a respite where families visit following services. As a part of our dedication to our community, the center is also made available to a variety of non-profit community events.
Please contact us at Sunny Lane Funeral Home and Sunny Lane Cemetery to discover the unique ways to celebrate the life of your loved one. We are here to serve you.