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Stowers Funeral Home

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At Stowers Funeral Home in Brandon, Florida, our long tradition of community support begins by listening to you. Your stories paint a picture of those we honor, helping us to customize a memorial ceremony that captures the essence of a lifetime.

Amenities

  • Catered Receptions
  • Event Space
  • Chapel
  • Multicultural Funerals

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Personalized funeral services in Brandon

Chapel at Stowers Funeral HomeWe find many people each have a defining passion—a favorite music genre, fashion style or athletic pursuit to name a few. Our skilled funeral directors will take the elements that define a personality and create a memorable event. Whether you envision a glamorous masquerade ball, a palm-fanned luau or a motorcycle procession, our funeral directors will do their best to fulfill every final wish.

Music selections might reflect a first dance or golden era. Our flexible reception space adapts to your desires, from a private circle of close family to a joyous reception welcoming one and all.

Service options and military funerals

We want you to know you have plenty of choices when it comes to a ceremony. We are experienced at creating a variety of final tributes, including traditional religious ceremonies, cremations with memorial services and veterans funerals. In fact, military honors are available to pay tribute to those who served our country. Our funeral team stands ready to guide you through the process, and we'll be by your side the entire way.

History

Chapel at Stowers Funeral HomeJames H. Brandon was the son of John and Martha Brandon, who were actually the founders of Brandon, Florida. In 1876, James built a large 2-story home. His wife, Johanna, and their 7 children loved entertaining guests in their Folk Victorian southern mansion.

In 1901, William and Doc Estelle Brandon Varnedoe purchased the home. Edward Linsley bought it around 1912. From 1946 to 1955, his daughter’s family, the Walter Claytons, lived in it. In 1960, with financial backing from John "Rudy" Williams, Dick Stowers’s dream commenced when they purchased and converted the building into a funeral home. Mr. Stowers operated the Stowers Funeral home until he retired in the late 90s.

The Brandon Homestead is a central image in the town of Brandon. The facade and basic floor plan of the original L-shaped house is still preserved after nearly 150 years. As Stowers Funeral Home, we continue to welcome generations of local families during their most difficult times.

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As our hometown of Brandon grows, we never lose sight of the personalized service you deserve. It is an honor for us to serve our Greater Tampa community with care and compassion. If you desire more information regarding funeral options or would like a tour of our beautiful chapel, please reach out anytime.

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