We are proud to have been carrying the Rose Hill name for 100 years. Over the decades, we have earned a reputation as supportive, caring, and devoted leaders in serving our community and the wonderful people that live in it.
Tulsa Daily World of Sunday, 30 April 1916, announced “Rose Hill Burial Park, Tulsa’s New Perpetual Care Cemetery. …” Since this headline first appeared almost 100 years ago Rose Hill has been continuously serving Tulsa’s families. Throughout this time Rose Hill has been selected as the resting place of many of the City’s founding fathers and other prominent Tulsans and Oklahomans. Rose Hill was acquired on October 31, 2013 by Karyn and Hal Ezzell. We are tremendously proud of Historic Rose Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Park, and we are dedicated to its preservation and conservation, while continuing to improve the grounds and facilities for future generations. As we prepare to start our next 100 years we invite you to come visit see the new fountain and entrance gates. Our family looks forward for the opportunity to be of service to your family.
Mrs. Karyn S. Ezzell, Funeral Director
I have been in the funeral industry since graduating with a Mortuary Science degree in 2005. I started my career in Arizona and Rose Hill’s sister funeral home is located in Mesa, Arizona. My husband and I bought Rose Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Park Cemetery in October of 2013 and we are working very hard to restore Historic Rose Hill to its former beauty. Rose Hill is celebrating 100 years this 2016! We have many of Tulsa’s founding members laid to rest here and hope to make them proud. If you have any questions about our funeral home or cemetery, please feel free to call me or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org