Trinity Memorial Park

Big Spring, TX

6900 S US Highway 87
Big Spring, TX 79720

(432) 348-4595

[email protected]

Map & Directions

Trinity Memorial Park is located at 6900 South HWY 87, just 7 miles south of Big Spring. Trinity was opened in 1950 as one of West Texas’ finest cemeteries. Many families want the convenience of planning a funeral and burial together, and turn to us for the most professional service on both counts. We strive to meet the needs of all types of memorialization options, from casket and cremation burial to private mausoleums.Our location is stunning with gorgeous landscaping and bright flowers. Our Peace Chapel opened in 2000 and was inspired by Ernest Welch’s father’s country church. There is a stained glass window called the “Doves of Peace” crafted by local artisan Bill Brooks, and a bell tower that reaches over 20 feet high and can be seen for miles.

Come to us for the dignified funeral and burial service you deserve during your time of need.


Complaints concerning perpetual care cemeteries should be directed to: Texas Department of Banking | 2601 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78705 | 1-877-276-5554 (toll free) | www.dob.texas.gov

Floral Programs

Our Staff


Diana Trischitti

Cemetery Manager

Diana is a 2002 graduate of Wayland Baptist University. She plays the piano for her home church and enjoys sports with her five children.  Her passion is serving grieving families.

Shelley McCormick

Service Coordinator

Shelley is a born and raised Big Spring native. She graduated Big Spring High School. Shelly started working for TMP as the Service Coordinator in June of 2016 after 13 years of dedication to her previous job. Shelley is a loving wife to her husband Mike and supermom to her 2 daughters.

Shelley enjoys cool, crisp fall mornings and the beautiful changing colors Autumn season brings. She also attends Trinity Baptist Church. In her spare time Shelley likes motorcycle riding with her husband and spending quality time with her extended family, laughing, loving and living life to the fullest. She is also a firm believer that morals and Christian values should be priority when serving people.