At Smith Funeral Home, we have provided funeral and cremation services to families in Flatonia, Texas, since 1950. Since then, we have grown to serve the communities of Fayette County, which include the Flatonia, Cistern, Waelder, Elm Grove, Muldoon and Praha areas.
When planning a funeral, you should feel confident in your funeral provider. The Dignity Memorial family of funeral homes, crematories and cemeteries is backed by the largest network of funeral providers in North America. We are proud to offer valuable services to families that only we can offer. Learn more about the Dignity Difference.
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Let's celebrate life
Our main goal at Smith Funeral Home is to create meaningful and memorable memorials for the families we serve. Whether you prefer a traditional funeral service with a coffee-and-cake reception, an intimate gathering with close family and friends or an imaginative celebration of life with themed decor, live music, a catered dinner and a send-off family and friends won't soon forget, you can count on us to honor your needs and wishes.
Professional funeral planning
Our expert team is committed to helping you with the step-by-step funeral planning process. We encourage you to make final arrangements in advance. By planning ahead of time, you can help ease your family's burden of making difficult decisions in a time of loss and you'll have the peace of mind that your wishes will be honored.
We understand losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience, and we are committed to helping you with compassionate, professional and personal service. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or if you would like more information about our services.
Carl Smith bought Smith Funeral home in 1950 and ran it until the 1970s. In the mid-70s Leslie and Dolores Grieve took over and built a new funeral home. In 1989, our funeral home was purchased by Robert G. Duncan from Victoria and eventually joined the Dignity Memorial® network.