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Local funeral homes offering direct cremations in Texas

At US Funerals Online, we believe that every family should be able to arrange a simple and affordable funeral or cremation in Texas, if that is their choice.  Funerals are expensive at funeral homes in Texas.  This is why US Funerals Online works exclusively in Texas 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 Texas.  If you just need to find the address or phone number of a funeral home in Texas, they are all listed below to assist you when arranging a funeral service.

Advice on planning funerals and cremations in Texas

  • Remember, how much you care is not measured by how much you spend, when arranging a funeral or cremation in Texas. 
  • Always compare prices.  The cost for funerals and cremations in Texas 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 Texas.
  • If you would like a simple, low cost alternative to the more expensive traditional funerals offered by funeral homes in Texas, choosing a direct cremation will be the cheapest option and can be arranged by most funeral homes in Texas. 
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Funeral Homes in Abernathy

Abell Funeral Home
411 16th Street
Abernathy
Texas 79311
Phone: (806) 298-2331
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Funeral Homes in Alba 

Wilson-Bartley Funeral Home
Hwy 182 At Hopkin St
Alba
Texas 75410
Phone: (903) 765-2311
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Funeral Homes in Albany 

Godfrey-Neese Funeral Home Inc
240 Hill Street
Albany
Texas 76430
Phone: (325) 762-2211
Morehart Mortuary
101 North Main Street
Albany
Texas 76430
Phone: (325) 762-3914

Funeral Homes in Alice 

Mauro P Garcia Funeral Home
600 S Wright St
Alice
Texas 78332
Phone: (361) 664-6041
Ruben M Garcia & Sons Funeral Services
120 E Front St
Alice
Texas 78332
Phone: (361) 668-1116
Holmgreen Mortuary Inc
2061 E Main St
Alice
Texas 78332
Phone: (361) 664-6571
Roberson's Funeral Home Inc
98 West Main Street
Alice
Texas 78332
Phone: (361) 664-1661
Walker-Mora Funeral Home Inc
422 E Front St
Alice
Texas 78332
Phone: (361) 664-4311
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Funeral Homes in Allen 

Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home
2525 Central Expressway N
Allen
Texas 75013
Phone: (972) 542-2601
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Funeral Homes in Alpine 

Geeslin Funeral Home
209 West Sul Ross Avenue
Alpine
Texas 79830
Phone: (432) 837-2222
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Funeral Homes in Alto 

O T Allen & Son Funeral Home
703 E San Antonio St
Alto
Texas 75925
Phone: (936) 858-4111
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Funeral Homes in Alvardo 

Clayton Kay Funeral Home
200 E Patton St
Alvarado
Texas 76009
Phone: (817) 783-3062
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Funeral Homes in Alvin 

Froberg Funeral Home Inc
115 North Hill Street
Alvin
Texas 77511
Phone: (281) 331-3194
Oak Park Funeral Home
300 Oak Park Drive
Alvin
Texas 77511
Phone: (281) 331-8217

Funeral Homes in Amherst 

Hammons Chapel
1000 Main St
Amherst
Texas 79312
Phone: (806) 246-3351
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Funeral Homes in Anahuac 

Sterling Funeral Home
1201 South Main Street
Anahuac
Texas 77514
Phone: (936) 258-2678
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Funeral Homes in Andrews 

Andrews Funeral Home
201 Ne 1st St
Andrews
Texas 79714
Phone: (432) 523-7300
McNett Funeral Home Inc
705 North Main Street
Andrews
Texas 79714
Phone: (432) 524-5809

Funeral Homes in Angleton 

Gardner's Funeral Home
507 W Orange St
Angleton
Texas 75515
Phone: (979) 849-6379
Palms Funeral Home
2300 E Hwy 35
Angleton
Texas 77515
Phone: (979) 849-4343

Funeral Homes in Anson 

Lawrence-Adams Funeral Home
732 Ave I
Anson
Texas 79501
Phone: (325) 823-3251
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Funeral Homes in Aransas Pass 

Charlie Marshall Funeral Homes & Crematory
2003 W Wheeler St
Aransas Pass
Texas 78336
Phone: (361) 758-3221
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Funeral Homes in Archer City 

Aulds Funeral Home
307 S Center St
Archer City
Texas 76351
Phone: (940) 574-4422
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Funeral Homes in Aspermont 

McCoy Funeral Home Inc
Hwy 83 & Washington St
Aspermont
Texas 79502
Phone: (940) 989-3535
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Funeral Homes in Athens 

Carroll-Lehr Funeral Home
1910 Hwy 31 E
Athens
Texas 75751
Phone: (903) 675-2211
Foster & Brown Funeral Home Inc
402 E Tyler St
Athens
Texas 75751
Phone: (903) 675-2233
Garrett-Tucker Funeral Directors
514 Faulk St
Athens
Texas 75751
Phone: (903) 675-3554
Robinson Funeral Home
600 N Prairieville St
Athens
Texas 75751
Phone: (903) 675-2476

Funeral Homes in Atlanta 

Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home
304 N Polk St
Atlanta
Texas 75551
Phone: (903) 796-3200
Community Mortuary
1055 Collins Rd
Atlanta
Texas 75551
Phone: (903) 796-7158
Hanner Funeral Service
103 W Main St
Atlanta
Texas 75551
Phone: (903) 796-2835
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Funeral Homes in Aubrey 

Slay Memorial Funeral Center
400 S Highway 377
Aubrey
Texas 76227
Phone: (940) 365-7529
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Texas Funeral Directors Association 1513 South Interstate 35, Austin TX 78741 Phone: 512-442-2304

The Texas Funeral Directors Association (TFDA) was originally founded in Fort Worth in 1886 under the name “Undertaker’s Association of Texas”.  As one of the largest funeral service organizations in the United States, it is now located in Austin, Texas and has 868 members.  Three quarters of the members are family-owned funeral establishments serving families in communities with a population of less than 50,000 residents while the remaining members are owned by large corporations. 

TFDA is active in legislative issues involving the funeral service industry and maintains a liaison with various Governmental agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Banking, the Social Security Administration, the Texas Funeral Service Commission and many others. 

The organization issues a monthly newsletter informing members of latest funeral service issues, holds a yearly convention and provides training to help licensees meet mandatory state requirements. 

TFDA obtained a permit in 1998 to initiate it’s own master trust program to assist individuals who wish to become members of the Texas Prepaid Funeral Fund.  This program has now grown to a size of approximately $17 million and is regularly audited by the Texas Department of Banking.

Their mission statement is “to provide advocacy, education, information, products, programs and services to help members enhance the quality of services to families”. 

The Funeral Museum is located in South Texas in a neighborhood of townhomes. It’s stated purpose is “to honor one of our most important cultural rituals”.  This museum contains a number of fascinating and unusual funeral exhibits in addition to meeting rooms and classrooms for a funeral school. 

Hearses and coffins make up most of the displays; the hearses are all still in working order.  The Museum refers to them as “funeral service vehicles”.   Some of the novel displays include:

  •  The 1973 Mercedes used to transport Princess Grace of Monaco to her funeral in 1982.
  • A heavy solid glass casket built to hold three bodies which was made in the 1930’s for a couple in Colorado who had planned to commit suicide after the death of their baby.  However, they did not follow thru on their plan  and the casket wound up in the Museum. 
  • A replica of Abraham Lincoln’s coffin.
  • A black funeral sleigh.
  • A 1916 Packard funeral bus which was originally built to eliminate funeral processions.  This vehicle has the capacity to carry the coffin, six pallbearers and twenty mourners. 
The Museum sells novel gift items at the cash register which include a solid chocolate candy bar in the shape of a casket and a coffin golf putter, among many others.  They also sell balloons and coffee mugs bearing the museum motto, “Any day above ground is a good one.” 

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