Kathy Brummett joins Coleman Funeral Home of Oxford

Posted on August 15th, 2018
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New position expands care for grieving families   A longtime Oxford resident has taken on a new role of caring for local families in the weeks and months after the loss of a loved one. Kathy Brummett has joined Coleman Funeral Home of Oxford as Family Care Coordinator. Co-owner Glenn Coleman said the role is […]

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Coleman Funeral Home welcomes community ambassador

Posted on August 1st, 2018
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Lori Payne joins Coleman Funeral Home   Coleman Funeral Home of Southaven has welcomed to its staff lifelong Southaven resident Lori Rasco Payne. Payne, a Southaven High School graduate and local business owner, has joined Coleman Funeral Home as a community ambassador. Her role includes providing Southaven families with information about services provided by Coleman […]

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Local family funeral professional joins Coleman

Posted on February 19th, 2018
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Ashley Bowlan returns home to serve the Olive Branch community   The son of local Coleman Funeral Home staff member Perry Lee Bowlan has returned home to serve the Olive Branch community. Ashley Bowlan, who grew up in Olive Branch, will join Coleman Funeral Home of Olive Branch as a funeral director. He has been […]

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Coleman Funeral Home opens third location

Posted on February 19th, 2018
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Olive Branch, Southaven now serve DeSoto County   Coleman Funeral Home has debuted its third facility in north Mississippi, with a branch location now open in Southaven. The move broadens Coleman’s service to families in DeSoto County, where it also operates a 6,500-square-foot custom-built location in Olive Branch. Coleman Funeral Home was founded in Oxford […]

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How to Get Your Affairs in Order

Posted on February 16th, 2018
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Spare your family future conflict by making plans today   Life is too busy to think about dying, and that’s the way it should be. But for many people, the experience of burying a parent makes them think about the day their own kids will be in their shoes: “How can I make things easier […]

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