Founded in 1926, Kiker-Seale Funeral Home provides obituary, funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery services to families in Colorado City and Mitchell County, Texas. Throughout the years, we've maintained our commitment to compassionate care while responding to the changing needs of the community.
- Large capacity chapel up to 250
- Piano/Organ on site
- Tribute video production
- Police escort available
- Cremation remembrance jewelry
- Option for home delivery of ashes
- Option for mail delivery of ashes
A welcoming funeral home
Our Locust Street funeral home is a welcoming place to plan a funeral, and our professional team is always ready to help guide you through the planning process and beyond. How that plays out is as unique as the loved ones we help celebrate. Regardless of the type of service you seek, our goal is to leave an indelible mark of each life we honor.
Perhaps you want a traditional funeral service at a church, graveside or elsewhere, followed by a catered reception. Or maybe it's a no-holds-barred Texas-style celebration of life, complete with live music, catering and a roof-raising send-off that reflects the personality and passions of yourself or your loved one. Either way—or anywhere in between—we go the extra mile to make the occasion special.
And if you are or your loved one was a military veteran, we have experience planning military funerals with honors, including a memorial ceremony that includes the folding and presenting of the American flag to next of kin and the playing of "Taps."
Here for you
As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of providers, Kiker-Seale Funeral Home provides not only the friendly face and warm, familiar attention you expect from a locally operated establishment but also the value you deserve.
Please contact us if you have questions about planning a funeral or would like more information about burial or cremation services.
Kiker-Seale Funeral Home has provided Colorado City and Mitchell County, Texas, with funeral services since 1926.
Father and son
Davis Kiker established the long-standing business, working alone for many years, until his son, Doyle Kiker, joined the firm after World War II. Davis died in 1958, and Doyle and his wife, Frances, continued with the business.
In 1971, Bill Seale bought the funeral home. Doyle stayed on as manager for several years.
Through the years, Kiker-Seale Funeral Home had a few downtown locations. In 1990, the funeral home moved into a new building at the current location, 338 Locust Street.