Stubblefield Funeral Home in Morristown, Tennessee, offers funeral services for our neighbors across Hamblen County. With over 80 years of combined experience, our team creates personalized memorial tributes to be treasured by all who attend.
Working together with our sister location, Hamblen Memory Gardens & Mausoleum in Russellville, we add vital convenience and simplicity when planning funeral and burial arrangements, minimizing the stress of planning when you need it most.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
- Cremation Memorials
- Crematorium On-Site
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Private Mausoleums
- Veterans Cemetery Section
Your Morristown funeral home
We know each family is different and provide both small and large gathering spaces to suit your individual need. Stubblefield Funeral Home features 8,300 square feet of interior space, a 220-seat chapel and 3 visitation rooms. Our beautiful chapel welcomes celebrants of all faiths for funeral or memorial services.
The covered porte cochere and covered entrance offer easy access to our single-story funeral home. In addition, families benefit from a large on-site parking area as well as a merchandise room with casket, vault and urn displays.
Expert assistance you can count on
The funeral planning process may seem overwhelming, especially after losing a loved one. That's why we're dedicated to providing you the expert guidance you need. At Stubblefield Funeral Home, we'll walk you through each step, including burial and cremation options, costs, schedules and benefits, ensuring you're comfortable with every decision.
As we work through the details, we look for ways to honor life. Whether you're planning for yourself or a loved one, the team at Stubblefield Funeral Home plans memorable tributes that celebrate life. We're also happy to help with custom keepsakes for guests, obituaries, photo slideshows and catering.
Our dedicated team at Stubblefield Funeral Home welcomes you to visit anytime. Please call or come by to tour our Morristown funeral home.
Hamblen Memory Gardens & Mausoleum
Hamblen Memory Gardens & Mausoleum is the sister location of Stubblefield Funeral Home. At our Russellville, Tennessee, perpetual care cemetery and mausoleum, you will experience the natural grandeur of our 44-acre grounds. Consisting of 12 gardens, we also have an additional 12 acres of undeveloped land for future expansion.
We offer traditional ground burial, 3 mausoleums, lawn crypt gardens, niches for cremated remains, bronze memorials and private estates. Hamblen Memory Gardens & Mausoleum accommodates approximately 300 burials per year.
We also gratefully support our military community and offer dedicated military funerals, a veterans cemetery garden and Masonic garden.
Stubblefield Funeral Home opened in 1953, the product of brothers Joseph Pryer Stubblefield and Clarence Stubblefield, and Joseph’s son, Fred. When Clarence left the business in the mid-1950s, Herbert Mayes became a partner.
Some years later, Joseph and Fred bought Herbert’s share. Joseph passed away in 1966, leaving Fred to operate the funeral home. He sold the funeral home in 1987.
Providing for you
Stubblefield Funeral Home then moved to its current location on East Andrew Johnson Highway in 1996. Since then, we have served the Morristown community with personalized funeral services.
Today, Stubblefield Funeral Home and Hamblen Memory Gardens & Mausoleum are members of the Dignity Memorial® network, providing you with the dedicated service you expect from a locally operated establishment along the value you deserve.
"It takes to long to put the grave marker in place."
"Everyone was so curtious and nice needed this after loosing my husband of 40 yrs. They made the loss more bearable"
"My father pre planned burial arrangements. The staff was extremely helpful in answering our questions. They were very professional."
"The staff was professional and compassionate from the time we made the prearrangement until I had need for their services."
"I was very pleased with everyone. They were very conciderate of my feelings & to want the best for my only child to be laid to rest."