"A Family Serving Famies...Since 1950"
Welcome To Meadowbrock Memory GardensThe plans for Meadowbrook Memory Gardens started in 1976 when Clyde and Shirley Jones, along with Charles and Dana Wynn, saw a need in the area for a new cemetery, mostly because the city cemetery was reaching capacity. After searching for land, talking to people in the community, exploring options, and much planning, the cemetery was opened in 1977 on Hickory Level Road. Dana's Grandfather Jones sat under a pecan tree and watched the bulldozers and developers as they worked diligently to create the beautiful resting place. Her Grandfather Jones was later buried under the very same pecan tree.
Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a perpetual care cemetery and is family owned and operated.
Meadowbrook is a beautifully landscaped 30 acre perpetual care cemetery with nine different gardens that are set apart by distinct marble, wood, and granite features that depict each garden's name. Meadowbrook offers traditional ground burial, mausoleum entombment, cremation ground burial, and niche inurnment for cremations.
Meadowbrook has recently developed the Garden of Peace, which is located in a tranquil setting of flowering fruit trees with a small intimate mausoleum that is available for individuals or for families. The Garden of Peace will afford families the opportunity to place upright markers, flat markers, memorial benches, and even their own individual flower gardens on their family estate.
Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is honored to assist our veterans. The cemetery offers a free veteran’s space to all veterans with an honorable discharge. For more information please contact us.
We offer many marker options including: Flat Bronze, Granite, Uprights, and Memorial Benches, etc. Please contact us for more information.