Established in 1926, Eubank Funeral Home in Canton, Texas, has served families for nearly a century. Throughout the years, families have trusted us to provide exactly what they need to honor their loved ones with funeral services that reflect their lives. We built our business on the lasting relationships and work with our sister location, Haven of Memories Memorial Park, to better assist our families.
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Modern and adaptable chapel
Eubank Funeral Home serves Canton and surrounding communities with compassion and understanding. We offer a variety of funeral and memorial services to all our families. Our warm, welcoming funeral home chapel offers a flexible space that can accommodate anything from a traditional funeral service to a customized celebration of life. We also have smaller rooms for visitations and receptions.
Personalized funeral services
Every person's life is unique—and deserves to be celebrated in a unique way. At Eubank Funeral Home, our team excels at creating imaginative tributes that celebrate a loved one's passions, personality and individuality. We can find inspiration almost anywhere. Was grandpa an avid angler? We can showcase his best catches with a video slideshow and display his prized fishing poles. Did she play bridge every week? We could host a bridge tournament and give personalized playing cards to all who attend. Afterwards, we can have a catered lunch with her favorite foods. There's almost no limit to what we can do. How will you celebrate your loved one's life?
Haven of Memories Memorial Park cemetery
Established in 1956 by Russell and Maurice Eubank, Haven of Memories Memorial Park was the first perpetual care cemetery in Van Zandt County and remains one of the county's finest resting places. Located at 27532 State Highway 64, Haven of Memories Memorial Park has provided a peaceful atmosphere for reflection for decades. We offer immaculately groomed gardens with beautiful live oak trees to complete our 35-acre perpetual care park.
Great care is taken by the men and women who work in the cemetery to maintain its beauty and park-like appearance. For over 60 years, our commitment has remained unchanged.
Wide variety of burial options
As you stroll through our beautiful cemetery grounds, you'll find a multitude of burial choices. From traditional ground burial and private estates to mausoleum entombment and cremation memorialization, there are plenty of options available to suit your needs. One of our newest features is a stately granite mausoleum that has above-ground burial and cremation niche options.
Honored to serve veterans and the military
Haven of Memories Memorial Park has over 1,600 veterans buried within our cemetery grounds. We appreciate those who served our country in military service. We honor the veterans buried in Haven of Memories by placing a flag on their grave the week before Memorial Day. We also honor their memory with a 10am service the Saturday before Memorial Day in the Eubank Chapel, and we welcome family and friends to share in this special time of remembrance.
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Eubank Funeral Home and Haven of Memories Memorial Park are dedicated to guiding and supporting families at difficult times, celebrating the significance of lives lived and preserving memories that transcend generations with dignity and honor. As members of the Dignity Memorial® network, we give you not only the warm, familiar attention you expect from a Canton-operated funeral home and cemetery, but also the value you deserve by way of the largest network of funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers in North America.
A man with a true entrepreneurial spirit, Lee Eubank of Mabank purchased Liberty Hardware Company of Wills Point and Canton in 1926 and then ventured into the funeral business with Eubank Funeral Home in both cities. To help people with funeral expenses, Lee founded Eubank Burial Insurance Company in 1937, the first business of its kind in Van Zandt County. People often exchanged produce and animals to help pay their insurance premiums.
Eubank family tradition of funeral care
Eventually, Lee sold the Eubank Funeral Home Wills Point location. His son Russell and Russell's wife Maurice took over the Canton location. Russell's sons, Kent and Tommy, helped run the funeral home. In 1956, Russell and Maurice established the first perpetual care cemetery in Canton, Haven of Memories Memorial Park. Three years later, they moved the funeral home into a new building adjacent to the cemetery. Through the years, the Eubank family has earned a reputation for providing impeccable care to Canton area families, which lives on today.