Smith Funeral Home in Moulton, Texas, celebrates life. What do we mean by that? Our mission is to help families create personalized funerals and memorials. This approach keeps us open to traditional religious rites as well as contemporary gatherings. Tell us a story. We'll take it from there.
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Personal funerals and memorials
Your treasured memories—a favorite song, defining pastime, classic quote—can become the details in a ceremony that truly reflect the life and times of an individual. Inspire our funeral directors with elements of a personality, and we will work to weave them into a memorial service to be cherished by all who attend. Burial with military honors, cremation and traditional ceremonies mark additional areas of our expertise.
The chapel at Smith Funeral Home serves families of all faith traditions and cultural backgrounds. Flexible reception space adapts to your desires, whether you prefer a large and lively reception after the service or a quiet intimate gathering with close family. Catering incorporates your family favorites, while photo tributes set to your favorite music represent another way to personalize the ceremony.
Expert planning assistance
We are here to guide you through a wide range of funeral options and cremation services. We will help you write an obituary, pick out a casket, design funeral programs and choose keepsakes. We will also coordinate with any cemetery you choose.
Please contact us, day or night, if we may provide information regarding funeral arrangements in Moulton or give you a tour of our chapel.
Smith Funeral Home in Moulton, Texas, traces its origins to the World War II era, when the Oehl family expanded from furniture sales into funeral services. In the 1950s, Carl Smith took ownership until Leslie and Dolores Grieve assumed control. In 1989, Robert Duncan bought the funeral home.
Today, Smith Funeral Home specializes in tailored memorial services to families throughout Southcentral Texas, from Austin to Houston to San Antonio.