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    Odessa is also known as: Midland County / Odessa city.

    Odessa contains: Ratliff Stadium, Ector County Coliseum, and Globe of the Great Southwest.

    Closest other cities near Odessa offering funeral options

    Midland | Crane | Andrews | Monahans | Stanton | Kermit | Mc Camey | Big Spring | Lamesa | Eunice | Seminole
  • Daniel Herrera (baseball player) was born in Odessa.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Daniel Herrera (baseball player), Roy Williams (american football player), Stoney Case (american football player), Stephnie Weir (comedian and actor), Derrick Shepard (american football player), Britt Hager (american football player), and Brandon Harper (baseball player).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Odessa American.

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    estimate. Odessa was founded in 1881 as a water stop and cattle shipping point on the Texas and Pacific Railway. The first post office opened in 1885. Odessa became the county seat of Ector county in 1891 when Ector county was first organized. It became an incorporated city in 1927, after oil was discovered in Ector county on the Connell Ranch southwest of Odessa. With the opening of the Penn Field in 1929, and the Cowden Field in 1930, oil became a major draw for new residents. In 1925 the population was just 750, by 1929 it had risen to 5,000. Due to increased demand for oil during the second world war the city's population had expanded to 10,000. Odessa is located at 31°51′48″N...

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    There are currently 8 funeral home listings for the city of Odessa, Texas. Looking for Odessa cemeteries?

All Funeral Homes in Odessa

Acres West Funeral Chapel Incorporated
8115 W University Blvd Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79763


Ector County Cemetery
300 S Dixie Blvd Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79768


Frank W Wilson Funeral Drctrs
4635 Oakwood Dr Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79761


Hubbard Kelly Funeral Home
601 N Alleghaney Ave Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79761


Martinez-Smith Funeral Chapels
1040 S Dixie Blvd Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79761


Odessa Funeral Home Angeles Memorial Chapel
1700 N Jackson Ave Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79761

Odessa Funeral Home Angeles Memorial Chapel
300 W 7th St Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79768


Sunset Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home
6851 E Business 20 Send flowers
Odessa, TX 79762

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