Houston National Cemetery

 

Houston, Texas

 

Houston National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, near Houston. It encompasses 419.2 acres only about half of which is developed. The cemetery has more than 100,000 interments as of 2019

2018

8,000

Veterans honored at Houston

2019

20,000

Help us place a Flower on Every Grave

Let’s take the time to remember those who put their lives on the line so the rest of us could enjoy our freedoms as Americans.

 

Join together at Houston National Cemetery to honor our heroes!

 

#MemDay2019 #BringBackTheMeaning

Help us honor

20,000

Veterans this year

2019 Gold Sponsor

Texas Mattress Makers

A note from our lead organizer

 

Please consider volunteering or donating so that every veteran is recognized with a flower.
Nicola Parker
nicola_parker@att.net

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About the Local Organizers

Lead Organizer:

 

 

Nicola Parker

Nicola Parker has been in the floral industry since 2000 , She is a certified AIFD Designer and works for Towne Flowers in Spring Tx.
She and her husband Tim began her work with Memorial Day Flowers out of respect for her Father Ssgt James F. Whitmore she began with 500 flowers and by the time he passed he was very proud of her efforts to distribute over 10,000 roses at Houston National Cemetery he since has passed away and was buried in Sacramento National Cemetery in 2015.
At that time She and her siblings started The Memorial Day Flowers Program in Sacramento and has continued in his honor since that time.

Local Victory for Veterans chapter:

 

Michael and Teresa Toth

Michael’s career spans 25+ years, specializing in health care revenue cycle management and consulting. He currently serves as Director, Military/Civilian Debt Acquisition at RIP Medical Debt, an organization focused on the abolishment of medical debt for veterans and civilians. Michael and his wife Teresa live in Houston, TX and have four children (Evan 25, Ashley 22, Megan 19 and Nathan 18). The flower on every grave initiative for Houston National Cemetery is close to the hearts of our family as we lost our oldest son Evan, an Army veteran, to an accident in 2018 and he was laid to rest at this cemetery.

Messages from Our Supporters

Thank you to all of our individual supporters for helping us to remember and honor our heroes.

Thank you to our corporate sponsors

The support of our corporate sponsors helped honor over 400,000 fallen heroes in 2018. Thank you!
There are many ways to help whether you are an individual, community organization, local business or corporation. Contact us to find the best way to help.