Concho Valley families have depended on Johnson’s Funeral Home in San Angelo, Texas, for generations. As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of providers, we provide not only the friendly face you expect from a locally operated establishment but also the value and services you deserve.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Your Concho Valley funeral home
Our stately funeral home at 435 West Beauregard features inviting sitting areas, providing comfort for your family and guests. Our chapel serves families of every cultural background and faith tradition. Flexible reception areas adapt to your specific needs. Count on our team of professionals to guide you through the full range of funeral options and to receive your guests with Texan hospitality.
Exceptional memorial services
At Johnson's Funeral Home, we believe everyone deserves an exceptional memorial service. We pay careful attention to the needs of you and your family, listening for inspiration from your own life in order to create the perfect tribute to your loved one.
Traditional religious ceremonies and funerals with military honors mark two particular areas of our expertise. You may also choose to personalize a service, incorporating a favorite color, song or theme to create a deep and meaningful connection to life. Whether you envision a secret family recipe catered for a large gathering of friends or an intimate gathering of close family featuring a photo slideshow tribute, our dedicated team of funeral directors will work to fulfill every final wish.
Committed to you
After more than 100 years of service to San Angelo and neighboring communities from Barnhart to Ballinger, we remain committed to your full satisfaction. Please reach out, day or night, if we may provide information regarding burial arrangements in San Angelo or arrange a tour of our chapel.
E. M. Johnson and his sister, Alma Johnson, established Johnson’s Funeral Home in 1912 to provide funeral arrangements in San Angelo and surrounding communities. The Johnson family sold the funeral home to Merl Steele after World War II. In 1965, Mr. Steele sold the funeral home to Bill Harper and Avery Connell. Today, Johnson’s Funeral Home is a member of the Dignity Memorial network.
Johnson's Funeral Home’s heritage of love and attention to the families we serve continues to this day through personalized memorials that truly speak to the life and times of those we serve.