Sparkman-Hillcrest Memorial Park Cemetery
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Sparkman-Hillcrest Memorial Park Cemetery is located at 7405 West Northwest Highway in North Dallas, Texas (USA). It is owned by Service Corporation International. Among the notable persons interred here are:
- Mary Kay Ash (1918–2001), businesswoman
- Orville Bullington (1882-1956), lawyer and Republican politician
- Maureen Connolly (1934–1969), champion tennis player
- Grace Noll Crowell (1877–1969), poet
- Jim Cummins (1945–2007), NBC News reporter
- Bill Forester (1932–2007), NFL linebacker (1953–1963)
- Greer Garson (1904–1996), British-American actress
- Ted Hinton (1904-1977), deputy sheriff involved in the capture of the bandits Bonnie and Clyde
- William Hootkins (1948-2005), actor
- Tom Hughes (1931–1994), managing producer of Dallas Summer Musicals
- H. L. Hunt (1889–1974), businessman, one of the wealthiest men in the world
- Freddie King (1934–1976), blues musician
- Tom Landry (1924–2000), Hall of Fame head coach of Dallas Cowboys; cenotaph at Texas State Cemetery in Austin
- Helene Agorastos Rose (1941-2007) famous Texan
- Cyrus Longworth Lundell (1907–1994), scientist
- Merlyn Mantle (1932–2009), author and widow of Mickey Mantle
- Mickey Mantle (1931–1995), Hall of Fame baseball player
- Clint Murchison, Jr. (1923–1987), businessman, founder of Dallas Cowboys
- Wilbert Lee O'Daniel (1890–1969), governor of Texas and U.S. senator
- B.M. "Mack" Rankin Jr. (1930–2013), businessman, co-founder of Freeport-McMoRan
- August Schellenberg (1936-2013), Métis actor
- Annette Strauss (1924–1998), mayor of Dallas, Texas
- John Tower (1925–1991), United States Senator from 1961 to 1985; cenotaph at Texas State Cemetery
- George Washington Truett (1867-1944), pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas from 1897 to 1944 
- Joseph Franklin Wilson (1901–1968), politician
- Cancer beats 'Little Mo'
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- "Joseph Franklin Wilson grave". Find a Grave. Retrieved 7 July 2010.