Funeral and cremation

Coffey Funeral Home


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Located in New Tazewell, Tennessee, Coffey Funeral Home provides considerate compassion to families facing loss in a tradition dating to 1938. Our professional team has more than 100 years of combined experience assisting our neighbors in Claiborne County.






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Free Funeral Planning Resources

Funeral planning can seem overwhelming. These guides can help you every step of the way—from choosing between traditional burial planning and cremation, designing a religious ceremony or a celebration of life, and deciding on cemetery property or filing for veteran's benefits.

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Welcome to your local funeral home

Coffey Funeral Home is home to a team of professional funeral directors who care about your needs and wishes. Inside our facilities, our guests enjoy access to a large kitchen, on-site parking, flexible visitation areas and a chapel.

With a focus on providing exceptional service paired with affordable burial and cremation options, we provide guidance and support during an emotional time.

Funeral planning expertise

Whether you have an immediate need or wish to plan ahead, our team will guide you through each step. We'll help you pick between traditional and contemporary services, schedule flexible visitations, explain your benefits and even organize catering.

At Coffey Funeral Home, you're never alone. We have designed hundreds of meaningful tributes throughout our history and treat each family like our own. Feel free to ask questions, share ideas and provide inspiration. We'll take care of the rest.

Here for you, day or night

Coffey Funeral Home remains dedicated to the satisfaction of our families, because it is our calling to serve families in a time of need. Please contact us around the clock to learn more about our funeral home in New Tazewell.

Our historic New Tazewell funeral home

Coffey Funeral Home opened our doors in 1954, serving eastern Tennessee, southeastern Kentucky and western Virginia. The original owner was Paris Coffey along with his children, Wayne and Francis Coffey, who continue to work with families today.


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