Local funeral homes offering
direct cremations in Wichita Falls, Texas
At US Funerals Online, we believe
that every family should be able to arrange a simple and affordable funeral
or cremation in Wichita Falls, if that is their choice. Funerals
are expensive at funeral homes in Wichita Falls. This is why US Funerals
Online works exclusively in Wichita Falls with the DFS Memorials network
of local, family owned funeral homes and cremation providers. They
can help you find a low cost funeral or a direct cremation in Wichita Falls.
If you just need to find the address or phone number of a funeral home
in Wichita Falls, they are all listed below to assist you when arranging
a funeral service.
Advice on planning
funerals and cremations in Wichita Falls
Remember, how much you care
is not measured by how much you spend, when arranging a funeral or cremation
in Wichita Falls.
Always compare prices.
The cost for funerals and cremations in Wichita Falls can be very different
between funeral homes.
Cremations are growing in popularity
as more families choose cremation over the traditional funeral. This
alone can save $1000's in funeral expenses in Wichita Falls.
If you would like a simple,
low cost alternative to the more expensive traditional funerals offered
by funeral homes in Wichita Falls, choosing a direct cremation will be
the cheapest option and can be arranged by most funeral homes in Wichita
Homes in Wichita Falls
Owens & Brumley
Funeral Homes Inc
1317 9th St
Phone: (940) 322-3181
Wells Funeral Home
909 Harding St
Phone: (940) 766-2921
Young & Company
822 Roosevelt St
Phone: (940) 766-1941
1917 Archer City Highway
Phone: (940) 767-1770
Colonial Funeral Home
is the county seat of Wichita County, with a population of around 101,
200. Named after its location close to the falls on the Wichita River,
a flood destroyed the original falls in 1886, and after nearly 100 years
of visitors arriving to see the non-existent falls – the city re-build
an artificial waterfall 54 feet high in Lucy Park.
Indians first inhabited the area in the early 18th century, before white
pioneer settlers arrived around the 1860’s to set up cattle ranches. The
city officially started here in 1872, with the Fort Worth and Denver Railway
arriving in 1882, the city began to expand westward.
Lake Side City,
Tanglewood, Sikes Estates, Midwestern Park, Holiday, Kemp, Harrison
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