Let's start with a story
Our approach begins by listening to you for inspiration. Favorite songs, souvenirs with a story or artifacts from lifelong hobbies can transform a funeral service into a one-of-a-kind celebration of life. Give us an impression of what mattered in your or your loved one's life and we will do our best to incorporate your stories into a memorial to be cherished by all who attend.
We serve families throughout Hockley County, from Brownfield to Littlefield. Families of all faiths, backgrounds and cultures will find comfort in our spacious chapel, which easily accommodates up to 175 guests. We even have a family area where children can play while other family members visit. With our professional catering service, you can have a reception that serves your family’s secret recipes or your favorite sweets and treats. Your music selections can reflect an especially meaningful era or genre to stir an emotional connection. Whatever you envision, our team has the experience to create a truly memorable celebration.
Trusted funeral provider
Rely on us to take care of all the details. As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers, we offer exclusive benefits, compassionate care and personalized service.
Please contact us at any time if we may assist with funeral arrangements in Levelland or if you would simply like a tour of our funeral home.
George C. Price’s call to funeral service began at the tender age of 17, when he joined Harris Funeral Home in Tahoka, Texas. When World War II broke out, Price enlisted in the United States Army, serving with the 44th Infantry. He was the recipient of the Bronze Star while in combat and was discharged from service in 1945.
George Price establishes the funeral firm
Price married Ophelia Eudaly in 1943. George and Butch, as she is affectionately known, opened George Price Funeral Home in Levelland, then located at 1402 Houston Street. The business outgrew that location, and in 1964, they built the facility at 1400 Avenue J.
A family tradition
The Price family operated an ambulance service in conjunction with the funeral home, as was the custom in those days, and raised 2 children while living above the funeral home. Their son, George Price Jr., became a Methodist minister; their daughter, Gayle Price Robertson, remains a licensed funeral director with the family funeral home.
Today, George Price Funeral Home remains committed to helping West Texas families celebrate the memory of their loved ones.