Aggie Field of Honor Cemetery
If your final destination is the Aggie Field of Honor Cemetery, let us help you plan. As an Aggie Family and the funeral home nearest in proximity to the Aggie Field of Honor, the team at Callaway-Jones are experts in providing your family the highest level of care when your beloved Aggie passes from this life to the next.
The Aggie Field of Honor is a section within the College Station Memorial Cemetery. The cemetery and the Aggie Field of Honor are owned and operated by the City of College Station.
For over six decades, five generations of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home family have served fellow Aggies who love Texas A&M with all their hearts. We regularly help families honor their lives as we complete their life journey to their final resting place in the Aggie Field of Honor. We now offer Texas A&M Themed Funerals.
Some of the families we have served include Aggie Coach Shelby Metcalf and his wife Janis, Heisman Trophy Winner, Aggie John David Crow and his wife Carolyn. Most recently we served the family of James B. Kelly ’52, for whom the reviewing stand on Gen. O. R. Simpson Drill Field at Texas A&M is named.
Aggie families taking care of Aggie Families – that’s the Callaway-Jones difference!
Our Expert Services at the Aggie Field of Honor include, but are not limited to:
- Traditional Ground Burial
- Cremation Burial
- Cremation Inurnment
- Graveside Services
- Memorial Services
- Military Honors
- Celebrations of Life
- Disinterment and relocation to the Aggie Field of Honor
- Headstone Installation
Cemetery prices are gathered from the City of College Station Parks and Recreation Department as of October 1, 2022, and are subject to change at any time:
Standard Burial Space (4’x9′) – $3,250
Single Cremation Niche (11″x11″x11″) – $1,650
Double Cremation Niche (11″x11″x11″) – $3,000
City of College Station Interment Fee – $150
City of College Station Headstone Installation Fee – $100
The Aggie Field of Honor is located at 3800 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy, College Station, Texas, 77840. This is the northwest corner of the major intersection of FM 2818 and FM 60.