Since 1929 Debo Funeral Home has provided funeral and cremation services to families in Fulton and the surrounding Jefferson City area. Our experienced team members are committed to providing every family with comfort, support and guidance before, during and after a service.
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Fulton is a diverse and vibrant city. Debo Funeral Home serves families of all cultures, backgrounds and religions. We respect all faiths, customs, traditions and lifestyles. Our team members strive to meet every family’s traditions and preferences.
Whether you prefer a small gathering or a large catered affair, we offer a range of funeral and cremation services to fit every budget. Our team members are skilled at creating one-of-a-kind tributes that celebrate a loved one’s passions and personality. You can trust us to handle every detail of a service, from music and photographs to mementos and catering.
Our promise to you
We are a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. When you choose Debo Funeral Home, you receive not only the compassionate care you expect from a Fulton-operated establishment but also the value you deserve.
You are always welcome to visit us in Fulton at 833 Court St. to meet our friendly team members and tour our beautiful funeral home. Please give us a call if you have any questions. We are here to serve you.
Debo Funeral Home was founded by L.G. Wallace in 1929. It was then known as Wallace Funeral Home and operated in downtown Fulton. The business was sold to Denzel Browning in 1944 and became known as Browning Funeral Home.
The firm grows and expands
Debo Funeral Home moved to its present location in 1962. The Browning family continued to operate the funeral home until Bob Debo bought it in 1976. A few years later, the Debo family purchased Claypool Funeral Home in New Bloomfield, which expanded their market base. In 1987, a new funeral home was built in Holts Summit and the New Bloomfield funeral home was relocated.
Today, we continue to uphold the legacy set forth by our founder and take pride in celebrating loved ones and preserving memories with dignity and honor.