- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Meeting your needs
At Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home, our funeral directors and support staff understand the stress of planning a funeral, especially after the loss of a loved one. That's why we provide personal attention to guide you through each aspect of the funeral planning process. Whether you prefer a traditional burial, cremation or contemporary celebration of life, we are there for you during your difficult time.
All of our burial and cremation services are designed to help grieving families begin the healing process. One option we provide you is a service created to celebrate life and its journey. Whether you wish to plan ahead or have an immediate need, our funeral directors work with you to host a service that guests will remember for years.
As we address your needs, we gather the small details that made your loved one so special. We work the passions and accomplishments you share with us into a fitting tribute that honors the life of your loved one, celebrating who they truly were to friends and family. In addition, our professional staff is happy to help write obituaries, create photo slideshows and schedule catered meals to enjoy before or after the service.
A funeral home for all families
Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home has a long-standing reputation for service excellence. We respect all beliefs, faiths and cultures, ensuring your family is comfortable and has a positive experience. Please contact us to learn more about our funeral home in Port Arthur or to meet a caring member of our team.
Located in Port Arthur, Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home has created funeral and memorial services for over a century. Our commitment to families in Jefferson County, Texas, has enabled us to provide quality, compassionate care to those in need.
In 1915 J.E. Grammier came to Port Arthur as the city's first mortician. He had a dream of building a funeral home in Port Arthur that would rank high in the minds of his fellow citizens. The Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home of today is the realization of that dream.
Tradition of service
In 1943 T.W. Oberle, a part-time employee at the funeral home, and his wife, Florence Bash Oberle, were given the opportunity to buy into Grammier Funeral Home as partners. Two years later they became the sole owners and changed our name to Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home.
In 1952 their son-in-law, W.J. Thompson, graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Services and joined the family business. In 1954 Oberle's son, Joe, a lawyer with the District Attorney's Office, joined the family business and served his apprenticeship at the funeral home.
Grammier-Oberle Funeral Home upholds a high standard of service. Throughout our history, we have continued to lead and innovate while maintaining those high standards set by our founders. Everyone at Grammier-Oberle is proud to uphold this heritage and commitment to the Jefferson County community.