Forest Park East Funeral Home and Forest Park East Cemetery have been part of the Webster, Texas, community since1951. Both the funeral home and cemetery were founded by the Eubanks family. Conveniently located adjacent to the cemetery grounds, our funeral home was built in 1989 and now offers a large cathedral-type chapel replete with beautiful stained glass. Situated on approximately 143 acres, the cemetery has stately oak and pecan trees on meticulously maintained grounds that are a quiet and picturesque setting to honor the memory of loved ones.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Cremation Memorials
- Crematorium On-Site
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Multicultural Funerals
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Upright Headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
- Water Feature
Compassionate, caring team
Each team member at Forest Park East Funeral Home is committed to a standard of excellence, ethics and honesty that guides them as they help families honor the lives of loved ones.
Our experienced and creative team will help you plan and execute a truly meaningful celebration of life for the person you loved. From photographs and music to mementos and food, there are 1000s of ways to celebrate a life. You provide the inspiration and we'll take care of all the details—no matter how big or small.
Spacious and versatile funeral home facility
Whether you prefer a small gathering or a big catered affair, our funeral home facility can meet your needs. Forest Park East Funeral Home has a large chapel, spacious reception room and comforting visitation room. We also provide a private coffee room for families during visitations and services in our chapel. We can help plan a catered event at the funeral home events center, your home or someplace else, allowing you to spend time with family and friends.
The beautiful chapel seats approximately 180 people, and can accommodate more than 200 people standing. Closed-circuit TV lets overflow guests see and hear what happens in the chapel, so they don't have to miss a thing.
Religious and cultural inclusion
Forest Park East is a non-denominational funeral home. We work with all cultures and religions to ensure services are everything you would like and need them to be. All faiths and beliefs are welcome here, and you'll find our caring team ready to go the extra mile to ensure your family's comfort and satisfaction.
Forest Park East is also among the few funeral homes in the Webster area that allow incense to be burned within the funeral home and on the property. Along with an attentive and knowledgeable team, this is 1 of the reasons we are a premier choice for Buddhist funerals and memorial services in Houston, Webster and the surrounding communities.
Here when you need us
Forest Park East Funeral Home is located in the heart of Webster, Texas, off Interstate 45. Clear Creek, which leads to Clear Lake and the Gulf of Mexico, flows directly through Forest Park East Cemetery and creates a beautiful, calming atmosphere. Those preferring or needing to travel by air will find that Houston Bush International Airport is just an hour away. We are also a short drive from the Challenger Seven Memorial Park, Houston Space Center and the Baybrook Mall.
As members of the Dignity Memorial® network, Forest Park East Funeral Home and Forest Park East Cemetery give you not only the warm, familiar attention you expect from locally operated businesses but also the value you deserve. We invite you to call us for immediate assistance, or to learn more about planning a funeral ahead of time.
Forest Park East Funeral Home and Forest Park East Cemetery were started by the Eubanks family in 1952. In the early 2000s, the property they share was chosen as the new location for Campbell Bayou Cemetery.
Campbell Bayou Cemetery moved from Texas City to Webster
Campbell Bayou Cemetery was 1 of the 1st cemeteries in Texas City, Texas. Opened in the 1830s, its 1st documented burial was in 1856 and its last was in 1904. In the early 2000s, the cemetery needed to be moved to a new location and Forest Park East Cemetery was chosen as that new spot. Over a decade, 35 graves from Campbell Bayou Cemetery were carefully excavated and moved to a section of Forest Park East. In October 2015, a section of the cemetery was dedicated to the Campbell Bayou graves that were transferred here.
Forest Park East Cemetery
At Forest Park East Cemetery, there are more than 143 acres of spectacular gardens, lakeside property and family estate areas to choose from. Here, families will find many different choices to memorialize the lives and accomplishments of their loved ones. The cemetery's spectacular rolling greens are divided by a lovely waterway that runs through the property and if followed to the end, leads all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.
Burial, entombment and cremation options
At Forest Park East Cemetery, we want you to be able to find the perfect final resting place for yourself or a loved one. We have several sections reserved for elegant walled estates, ideal for companions or larger family needs. Rights of interment are also offered in beautiful lawn gardens, as well as in beautiful chapel or garden mausoleums. Families selecting cremation can choose from columbarium niches or spaces within the newly constructed Garden of Serenity.
Cemetery section dedicated to Jewish families
Although considered a non-denominational cemetery, a section of Forest Park East Cemetery is reserved for those of the Jewish faith and affiliated with the Congregation Shaar Hashalom. If you are not a member of the Congregation, you may request permission to use that section of the cemetery.
Military and veterans funerals
This Houston funeral home is proud to cater to veterans and their families. We can coordinate military honors and other ways of honoring a veteran's service to our country. Forest Park East Funeral Home is happy to offer these services and work closely with every branch of the military. Forest Park East Cemetery also offers 3 military-specific areas in the park reserved specifically for our veterans.
The funeral home and cemetery participate in the Homeless Veterans Burial Program. Founded on the belief that every veteran deserves a dignified and honorable burial, the Dignity Memorial Homeless Veterans Burial Program is a cooperative effort with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, local medical examiners, coroners, veterans advocates and other veterans organizations. Through this program, homeless and indigent veterans with no family are identified and provided with proper military burials.
Forest Park East Cemetery holds an annual event for veterans and has cemetery sections dedicated to military burials. Every Veterans Day, a local Girl Scouts troop comes and places flags on all of the military burial sites across the cemetery.
Involvement in the Webster community
We believe that giving back to our community is key to building and maintaining important relationships in Webster. The Forest Park East funeral home and cemetery teams take great pride in being involved residents.
Each year on Mother’s Day, we invite the community of Webster to a picnic service on the cemetery grounds. Mothers in attendance are given flowers to mark the occasion. We also provide flower arrangements for guests to place on the graves of their mothers, totaling more than 1,000 flowers each year.
Forest Park East also supports the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and area Girl Scouts troops.
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