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In our blog, we share resources and information that families in our community can use to cope with their loss or better understand their grief. We also write about ways we have been involved in the community. Check out our latest posts below.
By Kathy Brummett Coleman Funeral Home When I lost my husband years ago, I had to start my journey through the stages of grief. I buried myself in work and got stuck in the grieving process. There was no community I felt like I belonged to anymore, and certainly no community where I felt truly […]Continue Reading
Businesses and groups invited to take part Oct. 29 Local businesses and groups can sign up now to be a part of the second annual “Trunk or Treat” event at Coleman Funeral Home. The event is scheduled for Oct. 29 from 5-7 p.m. It is open to up to 32 local vendors, some 500 trick-or-treaters […]Continue Reading
Remembrances recall sweet and quirky pet personalities Kimber Scout, a 6-year-old Irish wolfhound, loved going for walks, eating cookies and snuggles. Lucy, a 15-year-old Rottweiler-Lab mix, will be remembered for her exceedingly sweet demeanor — and for her habit of mischievously blocking doorways so other dogs couldn’t pass. Such are the remembrances of pet owners […]Continue Reading
By Kathy Brummett As Family Care Coordinator at Coleman Funeral Home, I am constantly offering support to families who have lost loved ones. Sometimes it can be hard to find the words to say, especially when the family is experiencing unspeakable tragedy. Although I have been with families as they have lost loved ones due […]Continue Reading
New director looks forward to putting Southaven and West Desoto County families first Coleman Funeral Home has added its first funeral director dedicated to serving the families of Southaven and West Desoto County. Funeral Director and Embalmer David Owens joined the staff in January from Atlanta, where he spent nearly 30 years in funeral care. […]Continue Reading