In 1969, Gaylan Duncan began serving South Texas families from Goliad to Edna by offering funeral services in Victoria, Texas. Today, Colonial Funeral Home continues the tradition of providing comfort and compassion while caring for families in the Golden Crescent.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Versatile funeral home
Centrally located in Victoria to better serve the Crossroads community, Colonial Funeral Home welcomes you into our spacious chapel and 2 convenient staterooms. Our dedicated reception area can be adapted for a celebration of life event, catered reception or private family gathering.
Our team of funeral directors gets to know you on a personal level to better create a memorial experience that will be forever remembered by all who attend. Whether you prefer a traditional funeral service, contemporary celebration of life or a service with elements of each, you can depend on us to meet your needs and wishes. We'll provide guidance and support every step of the way, from selecting the right funeral or cremation plan to explaining funeral costs and personalizing the ceremony.
Supporting the Victoria community
Colonial Funeral Home team members take an active role in our community. Our team members directly participate in the Victoria Professional Express Network, an affiliate of the American Business Women's Association. We are also involved in the Lions Club of Victoria. Across the Golden Crescent, our employees are involved in local churches, schools and veteran organizations.
We are privileged to provide the Victoria County Veterans Council with ceremonial flag cases and white gloves for use during military funerals, with proper military honors provided to veterans under our care.
As a Dignity Memorial® provider, we provide compassionate care with firsthand knowledge of the Golden Crescent community as well as exclusive benefits and services from North America's largest network of funeral, cremation and memorialization service providers.
Growing with Victoria
In 1969, Victoria County resident Gaylan Duncan founded and established Colonial Funeral Home to serve families from Bloomington to McFaddin. As the area grew in prosperity and population, the Duncan family built a strong reputation based on providing excellent care to the entire Crossroads region of South Texas. Gaylan led a team of professionals through example, showing his team the importance of placing families first. He passed away in 2016.
Today, our local funeral directors carry on his legacy by providing carefully planned funeral services in Victoria with a personal touch. Our funeral home remains responsive to the distinct needs of each individual family. We treasure the trust we've earned in the Victoria community. At Colonial Funeral Home, our commitment to honoring and serving the Victoria County community continues.
We cherish the community we serve and invite you to join us for our upcoming events.
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"Very courteous and professional staff went out of their way to mail me moms memory back and extra cds. I loved that all her pictures were already situated at the funeral home when we arrived."
"My parents had prepaid both of their deaths and the process was very easy for my brother and myself."
"Funeral home personnel handled every detail, so I did not have to get agreement from relatives. The family were well pleased with the entire event."
"Good people doing a hard job and doing it well."