- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
A modern funeral home
You'll be hard pressed to find a more beautiful funeral home in the area. With its mid-century architecture and contemporary furnishings, Pat H. Foley and Company is an unexpected and stylish place to celebrate a life.
Occupying an acre and a half, Chapel of the Garden was built around an open courtyard and features a beautifully landscaped oriental garden with waterfalls and a stream running through its center. A stone bridge spans the stream. In spring, pink and lavender azaleas blossom, and the Pyracantha's red berries add a touch of brilliance to the garden in winter.
Our light-filled chapel accommodates 300 people. A wall of windows overlooks the garden. The chapel's state rooms are equipped with folding doors that can be opened to accommodate larger gatherings of friends and family or closed for more intimacy. All of our state rooms open onto the main corridor, which overlooks the garden and radiates an atmosphere of complete serenity. Our facility also features parking for more than 200 vehicles.
Personalized service and value
At Pat H. Foley and Company, our industry-leading ways go beyond the funeral home to the services we deliver. We pride ourselves on personalized events that truly reflect you or your loved one.
Whether you seek a basic cremation with a champagne toast, a full traditional memorial service with a catered reception, or a creative outdoor celebration complete with a band, favorite foods, a full bar and funeral favors, we take care of every detail. We are here to help you and your family celebrate life.
As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network, Pat H. Foley and Company gives you 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, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers in North America.
Call us anytime. We are here for you.
Pat H. Foley was born in 1912. He attended St. Edward's University in Austin and graduated from the University of Houston in 1936. That same year, he opened Pat H. Foley and Co. funeral home, which still serves Houston today.
In the years that followed, Pat H. Foley and Co. opened Chapel of the Chimes (1946), Chapel of the Roses (1960) and Chapel of the Garden (1965). The original funeral chapel was renamed Chapel of the Angels.
Pat H. Foley is a member of the Dignity Memorial network, the largest group of licensed funeral and cemetery service providers in North America.