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Coleman Funeral Home Gifts Families Ornaments of Their Loved Ones – 2021

Posted on December 22, 2021 by Communications | Leave a comment
Posted under Celebration of Life

Oxford Funeral Home Gives Back to Families This Christmas Season Coleman Funeral Home Gifts Families Ornaments of Their Loved Ones   Coleman Funeral Home gifted families with holiday decorations to remember their loved ones at their ornament exchange on December 16. This annual event provides families with a time to reflect on the good memories […]

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Saying Goodbye to a Legend – Coach John Howard Vaught

Posted on February 7, 2019 by Jeremy Roberts | Leave a comment
Posted under 15 Year Anniversary (2004-2019), Celebration of Life, Community, People

Saying Goodbye to a Legend Written by Jeremy Roberts John Vaught is truly a legend at The University of Mississippi. Many people say he is our version of Alabama’s Bear Bryant, but to us – he is our football king. Vaught coached the Rebels for 25 seasons and led them to three national championships (1959, […]

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New products preserve memories

Posted on November 7, 2018 by Jeremy Roberts | Leave a comment
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Coleman offers new option to keep loved ones close   A commitment to keeping the memories of loved ones alive has driven a new partnership between Coleman Funeral Home and Judy Wood, owner of Cotton Wood Designs. Judy Wood specializes in hand-creating unique designs out of a loved one’s clothing which she carefully crafts onto […]

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Not into funerals? How to plan a celebration of life instead

Posted on November 14, 2017 by Jeremy Roberts | 1 Comment
Posted under Celebration of Life, Community, People, Planning

  As published in The DeSoto Times-Tribune on Thursday, Nov. 23, and The Oxford Eagle on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. “We only want a cremation or burial. We don’t want a funeral.” You might be surprised by how often we hear that, when families come to our office after a loved one’s death. It’s not that they […]

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