Funeral and cremation

Zoeller Funeral Home


How may we help you?

At Zoeller Funeral Home in New Braunfels, Texas, we have served the families of Comal and Guadalupe counties since 1953. Our beautiful facility provides a comfortable and inviting location for families to gather and celebrate the life of loved ones. Our chapel, with its exposed warm-hued wooden beams, seats up to 250 people.





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Personalized funeral services

Chapel at Zoeller Funeral HomeIt’s our honor to help you plan a funeral or memorial that reflects a personality and passion. Whether that plan includes a traditional funeral service with a coffee-and-cake reception, an intimate gathering with a Champagne toast or a contemporary celebration of life with live music, themed decor and a catered meal, we'll create a one-of-a-kind tribute that honors your needs and wishes. By finding inspiration almost anywhere—in a favorite song, hobby, even an iconic style—we help you create a funeral or memorial filled with thoughtful and meaningful details.

You’ll find there’s almost no limit to the special tribute we can create. We could we honor a beachcomber by decorating our chapel with sand, beach chairs, seashells and flip-flops. Maybe we remember a cattle rancher with hand-tooled leather keychain favors and a ride to the gravesite on a favorite horse. This level of personal detail is what leaves lasting and healing impressions on families and their guests.

We care about the New Braunfels community

Throughout the year, Zoeller Funeral Home hosts a number of events for the New Braunfels community. One example is our holiday event. Each year we invite families who have lost loved ones to join us at the funeral home to hang commemorative ornaments on our Christmas tree.

Lean on us

Sitting Area at Zoeller Funeral HomeWe know that grief can be overwhelming and that the right funeral director can make a difference. Our caring professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you with arranging funeral and cremation services. Whether you need immediate assistance or are planning ahead, please call us.


Felix Zoeller and his son Harry established Zoeller Funeral Home in 1953. Upon his father’s retirement in 1967, Harry became sole owner. Harry’s son Dan joined the funeral home in February 1973 and took over the business in 1988. In 1994, Zoeller Funeral Home became a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers.


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