- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
- Cremation Memorials
- Customized Memorials
- Double-depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright headstones
- Water Feature
Your Oklahoma City funeral home
Our funeral home offers a beautiful chapel with seating for up to 200 people and the ability to stream a funeral service live via the internet or to video the service for those unable to attend in person. The reception center offers a comfortable place for families to receive friends or have a catered meal, while the hospitality suite serves as a quiet place for friends and family to visit or share a tribute of their loved one.
We believe a memorial service should be as unique as the person it honors. We take great pride in creating personalized services that beautifully capture the essence of you or your loved one. Our experienced funeral directors can help you celebrate life almost any way—in a song, hobby, trademark style, defining philosophy or lifelong passion—and turn that inspiration into a memorial service filled with thoughtful and meaningful details.
We strive to create meaningful tributes to those who have meant so much to family and friends. Please contact Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Directors if you need assistance or to learn more about our services.
Rose Hill Burial Park
For more than 90 years Rose Hill Burial Park’s rolling hills and numerous trees have provided a peaceful and natural setting to honor the memory of Oklahoma City’s loved ones. Sprawling over 160 acres in north Oklahoma City, the cemetery features 2 historic mausoleums, an open-air patio mausoleum and Woodsbrook Cremation Garden—one of the only cremation gardens in Oklahoma City.
Since 1891 Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Directors has served families in and around Oklahoma City. We have more than 125 years of dedicated professionalism in the funeral business, placing dignity and care above all else. Hahn-Cook’s founders date back to 1889, the year of Oklahoma’s land run. Ed and Chester Hahn first came to the state at that time and formed their professional union in 1903. Allan Street, then mayor of Oklahoma City, founded Street & Draper Funeral Home.
Over the ensuing years, both operations took active rolls in the civic and economic development of Oklahoma City, while first caring for its families. Ed Hahn and then his daughter, Lelia Hahn Cook, trained several of the local funeral home owners now in business. The 2 firms merged and operated out of the location at Classen and North Grand Boulevard for over 45 years.
In December 2008 Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper moved to the current location at 6600 North Broadway Extension. The common strand woven throughout our history is our focus on providing the highest level of service to every family.