Grand Prairie Funeral Home has served families in Dallas and Tarrant counties since the 1960s. Though times have changed, our pledge to provide meaningful funeral and cremation services has not.
Flexible event space
Facility is available to host your personal events
- Large capacity chapel
Celebration of Life center
Facility is designed for personalized funeral celebrations
- Recently renovated
Flexible chapel space
Our chapel can be used for hosting your religious events
Option for mail delivery of ashes
Sent through postal mail service, signature required.
- Cremation remembrance jewelry
- Cremation viewing suite
- Scattering assistance
Arrangements by phone or email
Complete funeral planning, including electronic signature, without needing a funeral home visit
- Catered events
Tribute video production
Services available to create a tribute video for the service or obituary from photos and videos.
- Popular music selections
- Intimate reception area
- Police escort available
Religious & Cultural
- Multicultural funerals
- Latin music selections
- Incense burning
- Kosher catering
Other Languages Spoken
Free Funeral Planning Resources
Funeral planning can seem overwhelming. These guides can help you every step of the way—from choosing between traditional burial planning and cremation, designing a religious ceremony or a celebration of life, and deciding on cemetery property or filing for veteran's benefits.
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As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of providers, Grand Prairie Funeral Home is committed to exceeding expectations to create services as unique as the loved ones we help celebrate. Regardless of the type of service you seek, our goal is to help you create a memorial that won’t soon be forgotten.
Our caring funeral directors and family service counselors dedicate themselves to your every need. Whether you are looking for a traditional memorial, direct cremation or a completely customized celebration with live music, catering, special tributes and personalized mementos, we are here for you.
When you choose Grand Prairie Funeral Home, you get not only the warm, familiar attention you expect from a locally operated funeral home but also the value you deserve by way of the largest network of funeral and cemetery service providers in North America. That means we work with your budget to create a unique memorial for your loved one.
Originally Southland Funeral Home and later Bean-Massey-Burge Funeral Home, Grand Prairie Funeral Home has served generations of families in Dallas and Tarrant counties. Since its founding in the 1960s by Bruce Bean, Olen Massey and Duke Burge, Grand Prairie Funeral Home has continued a long tradition of excellence in funeral and cremation services. Today, Grand Prairie Funeral Home is a member of the Dignity Memorial network, the largest group of licensed funeral service providers in North America.
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VA National Cemeteries to Commemorate Memorial Day 2020
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs’ (VA) National Cemetery Administration (NCA)www.cem.va.gov/CEM
announced today it will commemorate Memorial Day this year with solemn wreath laying ceremonies. Another offering is a new online memorial feature allowing the public to pay tribute to Veterans interred in VA national cemeteries across the country. “This year, by necessity, will be different from past Memorial Day observances,” said VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. “While the department can’t hold large public ceremonies, VA will still honor Veterans and service members with the solemn dignity and respect they have earned through their service and sacrifice.”
Each VA national cemetery will conduct a brief wreath laying ceremony, accompanied by a moment of silence and the playing of Taps. In keeping with CDC guidelines to limit large gatherings, the ceremonies will not be open to the public. Secretary Wilkie will preside over the wreath laying at Quantico National Cemetery in Virginia on Memorial Day. Acting Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Pamela Powers will do the same at Culpeper National Cemetery in Virginia, while Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs Randy Reeves will lay a wreath at Riverside National Cemetery in California Friday, May 22, and at Calverton National Cemetery in New York on Memorial Day. Live streaming, recorded video and photographs from these and other ceremonies will be shared on NCA’s Facebook www.facebook.com/NationalCemeteries.
Other public events typically associated with Memorial Day at national cemeteries, including group placement of flags at gravesites, will not take place. However, all VA national cemeteries will be open Memorial Day weekend from dawn to dusk for public visitation. Cemetery visitors are asked to adhere to health and safety guidelines and maintain physical distancing while visiting. Visitors are also urged
to consider visiting Friday, Saturday or Sunday to avoid possible crowds on Memorial Day. Families may continue the tradition of placing flowers and small American flags at their Veteran’s gravesite. VA will also be launching a new way for the public to pay tributes to Veterans at the Veterans Legacy Memorial (VLM) www.vlm.cem.va.gov The site, originally launched in 2019, contains a memorial page for each Veteran and service member interred in a VA national cemetery. Starting Thursday, May 14, VLM will permit online visitors to leave a comment of tribute on a Veteran’s page, introducing a new way to observe Memorial Day. The tribute allows visitors to voice memories and appreciation for a Veteran’s service. All comments will be reviewed for appropriateness prior to being posted. As it has in years past, VA is again partnering with Carry The Loadwww.carrytheload.org this Memorial Day to honor select “Veterans of the Day” with remembrances on social media from
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