Special lives deserve a fitting farewell. At Primrose Funeral Service in Norman, Oklahoma, we create tailored memorial services that celebrate the unique personalities of those we serve.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Personalized funeral services
Everyone has a defining trait: a trademark style, a passionate hobby or a song playlist on endless repeat. At Primrose Funeral Service, we listen to your joyful stories to create a tribute that incorporates these elements into a celebration of life. Envision a keepsake fishing lure for guests attending an avid angler’s final farewell. Imagine an ‘80s-themed glam ball in honor of the person who lavished living through their favorite decade. Whatever your wish, our talented team of funeral directors will work diligently to create the perfect service and fulfill almost any dream.
We offer traditional religious funerals, funerals with military honors and cremation services for those with specific desires and needs. Our modern funeral home facility features flexible reception space and a welcoming chapel to accommodate gatherings of more than 250 people. Let us handle catering and music so you can spend valuable time with those who matter most.
Please contact us if you need assistance with funeral arrangements in Norman. We are here for you when you need us.
Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery
Neighboring the funeral home, Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery spans 80 lush acres with 12 meticulously maintained burial gardens, including 2 gardens dedicated to veterans.
Three enchanting angel statues watch over the cemetery entrance. Mature trees and well-trimmed shrubs pepper the grounds. Family estates offer the unique opportunity to provide generations to come with a central place to gather in remembrance. Stroll past our urn garden and cremation niche wall, and you will reach 2 magnificent lakes.
Call on us at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery if you would like a guided tour of the cemetery grounds or for additional information about your options.
In 1931, Odies Primrose and George Jansing established Jansing-Primrose Funeral Home in Norman, Oklahoma. In 1943 the business became Primrose Funeral Home and relocated to North Porter Avenue in 1947.
The second generation of Primrose family ownership began with Ben Primrose in 1973 and continued until his retirement in 1994. Both Ben and his father were licensed funeral directors, and Odies held a 50-year service pin with the Oklahoma Funeral Directors Association.
The cemetery opens
Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery opened in 1963 as an 80-acre cemetery in Norman. In 1976, a chapel was built at the cemetery by Harold K. MacCorkle's family in his honor.
Today, both Primrose Funeral Service and Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery provide compassionate care as part of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers.