Mesquite Funeral Homes
Popular neighborhoods in Mesquite include: Lawson.
Mesquite is also known as: Kaufman County / Mesquite city.
Some of the notable people born here have been: Zachary Woodlee (dancer and choreographer), Todd Graham (american football player and american football coach), Taylor Parks (singer and actor), Pannel Egboh (american football player), Bradlee Baladez (football player), and Skye Dawson (american football player).
Preparing for a funeral can be a daunting experience. iMortuary's goal is to make this process easier with its listings of the funeral providers located in Warren. Browse below to locate Mesquite area cemeteries, funeral homes, funeral flowers, and cremation providers that suit your needs.
Mesquite is the home of the Mesquite Championship Rodeo. Opened in 1958 it is one of the few rodeos that has a permanent residence. As the town of Mesquite grew larger and it became more easily accessible the rodeo's popularity grew. In the 80's the rodeo became televised on ESPN, TNN, and Fox Sports Net Southwest, reaching over 8 million viewers. Today the rodeo's fan numbers are still growing.
The official website for the city of Mesquite is http://www.cityofmesquite.com/.
There are currently 4 funeral home listings for the city of Mesquite, Texas.
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home Located 20 miles from Mesquite
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...
Golden Gate Funeral Home Located 14 miles from Mesquite
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...
Ted Dickey Funeral Home Located 19 miles from Mesquite
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...
Anderson Clayton Brothers Funeral Home Incorporated
1111 Military Pkwy Send flowers
Mesquite, TX 75149
Grove Hill Funeral Home East Chapel
2828 N Galloway Ave Send flowers
Mesquite, TX 75150
Laurel Oaks Funeral Home & Memorial Park
12649 Lake June Rd Send flowers
Mesquite, TX 75180
New Hope Funeral Home
500 Us Highway 80 E Send flowers
Mesquite, TX 75149
Facts about Mesquite, TexasMesquite is a city in the suburb areas of Dallas and belongs to the Dallas County. For the last seventeen years, the city is known as the Tree City USA. Mesquite is also known as the "Rodeo Capital of Texas" and the home of Mesquite Championship Rodeo. Aside from being known as a rodeo hub , the city also has the world's biggest movie theater; the AMC 30 Mesquite which has a capacity of over six thousand people.
On May 22, 1873, the city was founded by an engineer who made a land purchase in the area and had been incorporated on December 3, 1887. The region had rich soils which led to a prosperous industry in agriculture. Sugar, cotton, corn and hay are the main produces. With the developments that took place in the city, farming has gradually declined. The city's largest employers are United Parcel Service, Dallas Regional Medical Center, City of Mesquite, Sears, Texas Dept of Transportation - Dallas District, Baker Drywall LTD, Baker Drywall LTD, Christian Care Center, Integra Color and Pepsi-Cola Metro Bottling Co Inc. some of the known Mesquite are Terry Fator, John D. Carmack, Taylor Lipsett, Jerry Hall and Taylor Parks.
The Potter Cemetery, Frost Cemetery and Lumley Cemetery are the major names that cater to the funeral needs of the residents of Mesquite and its neighboring communities.