Serving the Carrollton Community for more than 40 years for both Funerals and Cremations.
Being in charge of making the arrangements for funerals and cremation services is something that can be extremely difficult, especially as you begin to grieve the loss of a loved one.
North Dallas Funeral Home has served the funeral and cremation needs of the Carrollton Community since we opened many years ago.
In addition to each of his successes, Mr. Brooks is also very active in the community. He is a contributor and supporter of the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children as well as Toys for Tots, a large benefactor to Pleasant Hills Children’s Home in Fairfield Texas and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. John is an active member of Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Farmers Branch Texas. John is proud to be a Roman Catholic Funeral Director. He is very active in his Dallas Lodge Knox-Corinthian 851 and a 32nd Degree Mason In the Valley of Dallas. Mr. Brooks is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Dallas County Funeral Directors Association and The Texas Legislative Committee for the The Texas Funeral Directors Association in Austin, Texas. He is currently on the Board of Directors of Parents Against Crime & Drugs, as well as The Foundation For Crippled Children. He was also named Republican of the Year in 2006 & was the proud recipient of a US Flag that was flown over the Capitol Building. This honor was given to him for his service to the community, mentoring young entrepreneurs, and his assistance to the under privileged. With all of his successes in business and giving back to the community, Mr. Brooks has had the honor of being featured in D Magazine, has been on the front page of Dallas Morning News, and been interviewed on Channels 8 & 11 discussing the rapid growing trend of cremation.
North Dallas Funeral Home
2710 Valley View Lane
Farmers Branch Texas
John P. Brooks ( Founder)