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Established  1800
Type  Roman Catholic
Phone  +1 818-361-7387
Country  United States
Founded  1800
Location  Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California
Owned by  Los Angeles Archdiocese
Address  11160 Stranwood Ave, Mission Hills, CA 91345, USA
Hours  Open today · 8AM–6PMSaturday8AM–6PMSunday8AM–6PMMonday8AM–6PMTuesday8AM–6PMWednesday8AM–6PMThursday8AM–6PMFriday8AM–6PMSuggest an edit
Owner  Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Burials  Ritchie Valens, Bob Hope, Chuck Connors
Similar  Mission San Fernando, Holy Cross Cemetery, Eden Memorial Park Cem, Oakwood Memorial Park Cem, St Cecilia Catholic Church

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The San Fernando Mission Cemetery is an American Catholic cemetery located at 11160 Stranwood Avenue in the Mission Hills community of the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, near the San Fernando Mission.

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The San Fernando Mission Cemetery has been owned and operated by the Los Angeles Archdiocese since 1800. Mission Hills Catholic Mortuary operating as a separate business unit under a land lease agreement between the Archdiocese and Stewart Enterprises is also located on the grounds of the cemetery. San Fernando Mission Cemetery is an active cemetery providing burials, entombments and cremation options to members of the Roman Catholic Community and their families.

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Art by Isabel Piczek

Four mosaics by ecclesiastical artist Isabel Piczek were created to adorn a mid-century style mausoleum. Two of the pieces are dated in the mosaic, 1963 and 1964.

List of notable interments and their families

(Note: This is a partial list.)

Use the following alphabetical links to find someone.

A

  • Philip Abbott (1924–1998), actor
  • Abigail Albrite (1998–2014), car accident victim
  • Edward Arnold (1890–1956), actor
  • Michele Yvette Avila (1968–1985), murder victim
  • B

  • Charles Beaumont (1929–1967), author and screenwriter
  • Scotty Beckett (1929–1968), actor
  • Ed Begley (1901–1970), actor
  • William Bendix (1906–1964), actor
  • Larry J. Blake (1914–1982), actor
  • Walter Brennan (1894–1974), actor
  • Evelyn Brent (1899–1975), actress
  • George Burditt, television director
  • C

  • Candy Candido (1913–1999), actor and voice-over artist
  • Celso Chavez (1968–2012), musician, songwriter, Possum Dixon
  • Jerry Colonna (1904–1986), actor and comedian
  • Betty Compson (1897–1974), actress
  • Chuck Connors (1921–1992), actor
  • Carmine (1910–1991) and Italia Coppola (1912–2004), parents of filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola.
  • Henry Corden (1920–2005), actor and voice-over artist
  • Joseph Crehan (1883–1966), actor
  • D

  • Lee de Forest (1873–1961), physicist & electrical engineer, inventor of the triode
  • Roy Del Ruth (1893–1961), movie director
  • Carmen Dragon (1914–1984), composer
  • Tom Dugan (1889–1955), actor
  • Allan Dwan (1885–1981), director, producer, screenwriter
  • E

  • Angelina Estrada (1932–2005), actress
  • F

  • Frank Faylen (1905–1985), actor
  • Dick Foran (1910–1979), actor
  • Harry Fox (1882–1959), stage and movie star, "Fox-Trot" dance inventor
  • William Frawley (1887–1966), actor
  • G

  • Eddie Garr (1900–1956), actor, comedian, father of Teri Garr
  • Anita Garvin (1907–1994), actress
  • Bert Glennon (1893–1967), cinematographer
  • George Gobel (1919–1991), actor and comedian
  • Angela Greene (1921–1978), actress
  • H

  • William Haade (1903–1966), actor
  • Ray Heindorf (1908–1980), composer
  • Pat Hogan (1920–1966), actor
  • Bob Hope (1903–2003), actor and comedian
  • Dolores Hope (1909–2011), singer and wife of Bob Hope
  • Carol Hughes (1910–1995), actress, wife of Frank Faylen
  • J

  • Alice Joyce (1890–1955), actress
  • K

  • Bob Kelley (1917–1966), sportscaster
  • Dorothea Kent (1916–1990), actress
  • Peggy Knudsen (1923–1980), actress
  • L

  • Rosemary LaPlanche (1923–1979), actress
  • Charles Lamont (1895–1993), director
  • Winnie Lightner (1899–1971), actress, comedian and singer
  • Richard Loo (1903–1983), actor
  • Edmund Lowe (1892–1971), actor
  • Ken Lynch (1910–1990), actor
  • M

  • Michael Maltese (1908–1981), animation screenwriter
  • Adele Mara (1923–2010), actress
  • June Marlowe (1903–1984) (original burial site; remains later moved to Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels)
  • Bob May (1939–2009), actor and stuntman
  • Kathryn Minner (1892–1969), actress
  • Lee Moran (1888–1961), actor
  • N

  • Clarence Nash (1904–1985), voice-over artist
  • Fred Niblo Jr. (1903–1973), screenwriter, son of Fred Niblo
  • Thomas Noonan (1921–1968), actor and comedian
  • Eva Novak (1898–1988), actress, sister of Jane Novak
  • Jane Novak (1896–1990), actress, sister of Eva Novak
  • Jay Novello (1904–1982), actor
  • O

  • Pat O'Malley (1890–1966), actor [inscription: O'MALLEY; father; Patrick H.; mother; Lillian W.]
  • Henry O'Neill (1891–1961), actor
  • Leslie O'Pace (1909–1985), actor
  • Ernie Orsatti (1902–1968), major league baseball player [inscription: Ernest R. Orsatti]
  • Artie Ortego (1890–1960), actor
  • P

  • William H. Parker (1905–1966), police chief of Los Angeles
  • William Perkins (1947–1967), Cpl, USMC Medal of Honor Recipient
  • William Phillips (1908–1957), actor
  • Paul Picerni (1922–2011), actor
  • Q

  • Eddie Quillan (1907–1990), actor
  • Bill Quinn (1912–1994), actor
  • R

  • Jobyna Ralston (1900–1967), actress
  • Judith Rawlins (1936–1974), actress
  • Ted Fio Rito (1900–1971), musician
  • Estelita Rodriguez (1928–1966), actress
  • Lilly Rodriguez (1947–2007), boxer
  • S

  • Teddy Sampson (1895–1970), actress
  • Olga San Juan (1927–2009), actress
  • Trinidad Silva (1950–1988), actor
  • Penny Singleton (1908–2003), actress and first woman president of an AFL-CIO union
  • T

  • Gloria Talbott (1931–2000), actress
  • Felipe Turich (1898–1992), actor, husband of Rosa Turich
  • Rosa Turich (1903–1998), actress, wife of Felipe Turich
  • V

  • Ritchie Valens (1941–1959), singer
  • Connie Valenzuela (1915–1987), mother of musician Ritchie Valens.
  • W

  • James Westerfield (1913–1971), actor
  • Michael Whalen (1902–1974), actor
  • Frank Wilcox (1907–1974), actor
  • Jane Wyatt (1910–2006), actress
  • Y

  • Bruce Yarnell (1935–1973), actor and singer
  • References

    San Fernando Mission Cemetery Wikipedia