Irving Funeral Homes
Irving is also known as: Dallas County / Irving city.
Their current mayor is Mayor Beth Van Duyne, who took office June 28th, 2011.
Irving contains: Irving Independent School District.
Some of the notable people born here have been: Ken Skistimas (graphic designer), Akin Ayodele (american football player), Jason McKeever (singer and musician), Davíd Garza (musician and songwriter), Kerry Wood (baseball player), Michael Huff (american football player), and Chase Daniel (american football player).
Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: The University News.
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In 1903 J.O. Shultze and Otis brown established Irving. It is thought that Irving was named after Washington Irving, the author admired by Netta Barcus Brown who was Otis's wife.
Irving has grown remarkably fast and by 2010 had a population of 216,290. It is the home of Las Colinas, one of the first developments that were master-planned in the nation.
The official website for the city of Irving is http://ci.irving.tx.us/.
There are currently 4 funeral home listings for the city of Irving, Texas. Looking for Irving cemeteries?
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home Located 14 miles from Irving
The owner, John P. Brooks, adopted Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home and added to his family the extremely talented and dedicated Aria professionals in order to best suit the needs of more North Texas families. Our family has grown so that we...
Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home Located 11 miles from Irving
Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home and Memorial Park has been serving families of all faiths in the Northeast Tarrant County area since 1953. Our full-service funeral home, cemetery and flower shop are located at the intersection of Highway 26 and...
Golden Gate Funeral Home Located 14 miles from Irving
No one likes to think about death, let alone plan for it. In many families, discussing one’s mortality is an extremely uncomfortable topic. That’s why Golden Gate Funeral Home is always there to assist in the complicated task of making hard...
J.E. Foust & Son Funeral Home Located 8 miles from Irving
J.E. Foust & Son Funeral Home was established in1880 to meet the unique needs of the Grapevine community and surrounding areas. At J.E. Foust & Son, we believe that serving families is a privilege, and we understand that the loss of a loved one...
Ted Dickey Funeral Home Located 20 miles from Irving
The Ted Dickey Funeral Home has a long history of service to the families of Plano and North Dallas.
In 1892, Andrew Wetzel and E.O Harrington partnered to supply caskets, couches and ambulance service to the citizens of the community. Like many...
Ben F Brown's Memorial Funeral
707 N Macarthur Blvd Send flowers
Irving, TX 75061
Calvary Funeral Home
624 E 2nd St Send flowers
Irving, TX 75060
Chism-Smith Funeral Home
129 S O Connor Rd Send flowers
Irving, TX 75060
Donnelly's Colonial Funeral Home
606 W Airport Fwy Send flowers
Irving, TX 75062
Facts about Irving, Texas
Irving city was founded by Otis brown and J.O. "Otto" Schulze in 1903. The city was originally called Gorbit but settlers were already in the area as early as 1889. The name of the area was changed to Kit after. It had been said that Irving got its name from Netta Barcus Brown's favorite author, Washington Irving.
A Huge part of the city's economy is derived from its top employers such as the Citigroup Inc., Citigroup Credit Company, Verizon, Nokia, Allstate, Central Freight Lines, Abbott Laboratories, Citigroup, Zale Corporation and Microsoft. Other big business headquarters in Irving are Nokia America, Research in Motion, NEC America, Mesa Air Group, Freedom Airlines, Southern Star Concrete, ExxonMobil, Chuck E. Cheese's and Omni Hotels.
Some of the known names from Irving are Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Jim Beaver, Tyson Thompson, Lee Harvey Oswald, Peter MacNicol, Larry D. Alexander, James Dickens, Kerry Wood, Christopher Evan Welch and Demarcus Faggins. One of the major memorial grounds in Irving is the Oak Grove Memorial Gardens. It is the same cemetery where some of the great people of America are buried with Chris Adams as its most popular resident.