Conway Twitty is buried at Sumner Memorial Gardens in Gallatin, Tennessee. Twitty is buried under his given name, Harold L. Jenkins, in a red granite vault with a space reserved for his wife. Twitty was a prominent country singer who also won success performing rock, pop and R&B.
Twitty died of an abdominal aortic aneurism on June 5, 1993, at Cox South Hospital in Springfield, MO. He first became ill during a performance at the Jim Stafford Theater in Branson, MO, and also complained of pain after the performance on his tour bus. He died at age 59, just two months before the release of his last studio album, “Final Touches.” Conway Twitty was inducted posthumously into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.