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Texas Rangers One More Time!

Posted on October 5th, 2016
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As we mentioned in the last blog, Martin Oaks primary businesses are cremations and burials. We are located in Lewisville, Texas, ie, the north quadrant of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. For more than 30 years, we have been vitally connected to the metroplex — and are truly delighted when one of our neighboring companies achieves […]

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Best of Luck to the Texas Rangers

Posted on October 4th, 2016
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Here at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory, our chief line of business is death care. We have been around for more than 30 years. During this time, we have become so ingrained in North Central Texas that it is impossible not to feel proud when one of our neighbors experiences prominent success. This year the […]

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Dick Enberg’s Final Bow

Posted on September 30th, 2016
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Texas Ranger broadcaster, Eric Nadel, with Dick Enberg (Photo courtesy of Nadel). Has there ever been a more versatile network sports broadcaster than Dick Enberg? As voice of NBC Sports, Curt Gowdy certainly covered a significant number of events; Jim McKay over at ABC also had a remarkably diverse career, but neither has Enberg’s prodigious […]

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Arnold Palmer: The Man Who Changed Golf

Posted on September 26th, 2016
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The late Byron Nelson, one of the golfs all-time greats, once said: “Arnold Palmer is the most popular professional golfer ever, and he deserves it”. We here at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory think that Nelson was correct on both counts. Much as Babe Ruth changed major league baseball, Palmer firmly established the popularity of […]

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The Long Goodbyes of Vin Scully and Dick Enberg

Posted on September 22nd, 2016
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Photo courtesy of Dominic Disaia. There is a large body of research which suggests that people live longer if they either remain working, or are engaged in mental activity beyond the typical retirement age. Here at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory, anecdotal evidence that we have seen certainly supports these conclusions. Two giants in the […]

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