Sunset Memorial Park has been part of San Antonio and Bexar County since 1928. The funeral home opened at the cemetery in the 1970s, offering funeral and cremation services to families from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.
- Catered Receptions
- Crematorium On-Site
- Multicultural Funerals
Unique offerings and amenities
With Mission-style architecture and furnishings, Sunset Funeral Home was designed with comfort and beauty in mind. The funeral home chapel accommodates up to 350 guests and includes a private family area. The reception area accommodates approximately 60.
All cultures welcome
Many staff members at Sunset Funeral Home are fluent in both English and Spanish, helping us fully serve the San Antonio community. In addition, we welcome families of all faiths, and our expansive range of services enable us to meet each family’s needs.
At Sunset Funeral Home, we are dedicated to creating the personalized services you and your family deserve. No 2 lives are the same; we believe a final tribute should properly reflect and celebrate the uniqueness of each life.
Professional, quality service
We are proud to provide professional, courteous service as you and your family navigate difficult times. Our experienced team is dedicated to exceeding your expectations and ensuring a personal and memorable memorial.
Steeped in history, Sunset Funeral Home and Sunset Memorial Park are prominent and trusted parts of the San Antonio community, and we look forward to serving you.
Sunset Memorial Park
Located on Austin Highway in San Antonio's Alamo Heights neighborhood and covering approximately 75 acres, Sunset Memorial Park is an expertly manicured cemetery with a diverse range of burial options.
The memorial park has 3 mausoleums, 1 of which includes a chapel for committal services. We offer built-to-suit private estates along with cremation gardens, niches, cenotaphs and various ground-burial options.
An outdoor gazebo and outdoor pavilion in the cemetery are suitable for memorial services and serve as places of quiet reflection.
Various well-known individuals have been laid to rest at Sunset Memorial Park, including musicians Leon Roger Payne and Doug Sahm; Del Baker, who played for the Detroit Tigers baseball team from 1914 to 1916, served as the Tigers’s manager and coach, and coached the Boston Red Sox; and sculptor Pompeo Coppini, who created several famous sculptures and busts of native Texans.
Sunset Memorial Park was established in 1928. Sunset Funeral Home opened in 1974, with a chapel and on-site crematory for convenience.
In 1981, Sunset Funeral Home and Sunset Memorial Park joined the Dignity Memorial® network, the largest network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers in North America.
As we grow and evolve, we remain committed to providing the same personal and professional service that the community of San Antonio and Bexar County have come to expect.
Sunset Funeral Home and Sunset Memorial Park are just 1.3 miles from Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. The funeral home can coordinate with Fort Sam Houston or a veteran can be memorialized at our cemetery. The Field of Honor is reserved for members of the United States armed forces and includes a memorial that honors the service and sacrifice of veterans. For many veterans funerals, we collaborate with the Veterans of Foreign Wars to organize a traditional 3-volley salute.