Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery

Woodland Memorial Park has been a historical cornerstone within the Sand Springs and surrounding community for over a century. What began as a humble graveyard in 1908 to serve a young fledgling community has grown into an expansive park devoted to peaceful tranquility, natural beauty and the cherished remembrance of family and friends.

Far more than a simple field, Woodland encompasses acre after acre of rolling hills, towering trees, clean lawns and pleasant pathways.  It is a fitting testament to our devotion to both our honored wards and the friends and family who visit the park by the thousands each year.

Woodland  provides families with exceptional settings for the permanent memorials of their loved ones. With acres of rolling green lawns, majestic trees, it is a perfect place for families to return, year after year, in remembrance and honor.

Sometimes one family member wants to be buried and another wishes to be cremated, yet they want to be together. Because we know this to be a common wish, Woodland makes it simple for families. We can easily arrange for a common burial of both your loved ones in the same burial plot.

We would be honored to guide you through the cemetery grounds, explore your perspectives, and make suggestions. Ultimately, the decision is in your hands; but our expertise can certainly guide you
Please visit Woodland Memorial Park to see for yourself what a fine facility we keep and to determine if reserving a plot at Woodland is right for you.  Individual space is still available with a beautiful new expansion plan currently in development to provide additional space and larger commitments such as family plots and mausoleums.

Office hours are Monday - Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 3:00pm. The gates are open from sunrise to sunset we keep the grounds open every holiday for your convenience (except when the weather causes unsafe conditions).  

Burial Options

Honoring the life of your loved one means you value the relationship you shared. We look forward to helping you decide how to celebrate that bond, and honor the unique individual you've lost. We can make suggestions to enhance your tribute ideas. Together we will create a fitting and memorable event. Contact us today to discuss the possibilities.

Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery provides families with exceptional settings for the permanent memorials of their loved ones. With acres of rolling green lawns, majestic trees, Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery is a perfect place for families to return, year after year, in remembrance and honor.

Sometimes one family member wants to be buried and another wishes to be cremated, yet they want to be together. Because we know this to be a common wish, Woodland makes it simple for families. We can easily arrange for a common burial of both your loved ones in the same plot. We also offer Green Burial also known as natural burial where you or your loved one can be buried in a natural setting without the use of toxic chemicals. This  involves the opportunity for families to be involved with the burial and ritual process. For more information on Green Burial, click here

We would be honored to guide you through the cemetery grounds, explore your perspectives, and make suggestions. Ultimately, the decision is in your hands; but our expertise can certainly guide you.


Memorialization

You knew your loved one better than anyone else. We've got years of experience. Together, we’ll design the perfect memorial or burial service for your loved one. If you're ready to discuss the options, or simply have questions about our services, please call us at (918) 245-4142, or send us an email inquiry. 

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Military

Dillon Funeral Home has been collaborating with the American Legion Post #17 to recognize Billy Hall, the son of Thalma Hall from the Sand Springs Home who became a Vietnam War hero.  Post #17 is seeking to obtain the Congressional Medal of Honor for Hall's service during the Vietnam War. 

According to the Arlington National Cemetery website"Hall joined the U.S. Army and was eventually assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division and sent to Vietnam in 1965 as a medic in the Special Forces Green Berets.

During the battle of A Shau in 1966, while attending wounded soldiers, a mortar round exploded near Hall, tearing off his legs and cutting his stomach. According to witnesses, Hall tried to drag his torn body to other wounded soldiers in order to treat them but did not have the strength, so he had others drag the wounded to his position and told them how to treat the wounded.

The witnesses said only after the wounded had been treated did Hall allow himself to be carried to a nearby dispensary area. He refused any drugs for the pain and had only tourniquets applied to his legs so he could continue to treat the wounded.

Hall survived for five hours in the center of the battle before he slipped into a coma and died of his injuries. His selfless sacrifice to save his fellow soldiers became a source of inspiration for the garrison to push back the enemy.  He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery."

Dillon Funeral Home and Woodland Memorial Park unveiled the new memorial monument in honor of Billie Allen Hall on Memorial Day 2010 during a special dedication and unveiling ceremony.  Friends and family of the Vietnam War hero attended the special ceremony and monument unveiling.  The Billie Hall Memorial monument is a gift from Dillon Funeral Home to honor Billie, his widow and family, the American Legion, the Sand Springs Home and the citizens of the Sand Springs community.

The monument is located in a prominent spot near the entrance of Woodland Memorial Park for easy access for all park visitors.


Floral Rules

Our goal at Woodland Memorial Park is to make it a pleasant experience for all who enter our grounds. In an effort to keep our grounds looking pristine, we have established some rules. Click here!


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