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Parks & Recreation Department1000 Krenek Tap Road979.764.3486

Individuals interested in purchasing cemetery spaces or lots should schedule an appointment with the Cemetery Sexton. Appointments are available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Submittal of this form does not confirm your appointment.

AGGIE FIELD OF HONOR & MEMORIAL CEMETERY

3800 Raymond Stotzer Parkway
College Station, TX 77845

The College Station Memorial Cemetery is made up of a total of 56 acres, with 20 acres designated to the Aggie Field of Honor. The beautifully designed facility includes an Information Center, a Committal Shelter, a City of College Station Columbarium, and standard burial plots in each location.

Another special feature is the Spirit Gate that honors the life and spirit of Aggies who have passed on. As you look through the gate to Kyle Field, there is a sense of connection between this final resting place and the place where these Aggies were educated and launched their lives. Former Students,
friends, family and anyone who has a love of Texas A&M and our community are welcome. One only needs to be an Aggie in spirit to call this your final home.

VISITATION HOURS
Daily: Sunup-Sundown

MUNICIPAL SECTIONS PRICING
Standard space (5‘ X 10‘) • $1,750
Single Columbaria niche (11“ X 11“ X 11“) • $825
Double Columbaria niche (11“ X 11“ X 11“) • $1,445
Infant space (4‘ X 4.5‘) • $220

AGGIE FIELD OF HONOR PRICING
Standard space (4‘ X 9‘) • $3,250
Single Columbaria niche  (11“ X 11“ X 11“) • $1,650
Double Columbaria niche (11“ X 11“ X 11“) • $3,000

*A Double Columbaria is a Single Columbaria that is designed for a double set of ashes.

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COLLEGE STATION CEMETERY 

2530 Texas Avenue South
College Station, TX 77840

The College Station Cemetery was created in 1948 from thirty-one acres bought near the Shiloh community, approximately two miles south of Texas A&M on Highway 6. That tract surrounded an existing cemetery, which had been deeded to the Methodist Church in 1870 by W.G. and Josephine Rector. The A&M Methodist Church, in 1948, turned over those four acres to College Station to be incorporated into the city cemetery. In 1973, the cemetery was decreased in size when the City decided to designate eighteen of the acres for the creation of Bee Creek Park.

VISITATION HOURS
Daily: Sunup-Sundown

SECTION PRICING
Standard space (5‘ X 10‘) • $1,750
Cremate space (2.5‘ X 2.5‘) • $440
Infant space (4‘ X 5‘) • $220

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ONLINE GRAVESITE LOCATOR

The online Grave Locator allows allows you to locate specific graves or deeded lots in the city’s cemeteries. To search
these records, enter the last name and then select the first name from the drop-down menu. If you have the location enabled on a cellular device, you can track where you are at the cemetery in relation to the grave. 

The system also color-codes the plots — blue indicates interred graves, green denotes available plots, and brown highlights spots that have been purchased but not interred. The database is updated weekly.

>> COLLEGE STATION CEMETERY
>> AGGIE FIELD OF HONOR & MEMORIAL CEMETERY


APPOINTMENTS

Individuals interested in purchasing cemetery spaces or lots should schedule an appointment with the Cemetery Sexton. To request an appointment, complete the online form or contact our Administrative Support Specialist at 979.764.5049. Appointments are available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. After the lot/space is selected, the purchaser will need to finalize paperwork and payment. The deed will be mailed six to eight weeks after the final payment is received.

James Schroeder 
Cemetery Sexton
979.764.5049, [email protected]

Andrea Lauer
Administrative Support Specialist
979.764.5049, alauer@cstx.gov

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