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Supporting Those Who Are Grieving

Many funeral homes consider their primary function to be the handling remains. Instead, we at Boren-Conner Funeral Home think of our profession as having two parts: physical and emotional. The physical aspect relates to burials, entombments, and inurnments. The emotional aspect is working with families to design healing experiences. Our funeral homes become a place where people find closure, renewal, and togetherness.

All too often, families discount the value of ceremony after the death of a loved one, and we certainly don’t want you to make that mistake. Coming together after a loss is an essential part of the grieving process. Gathering with friends and family gives everyone the opportunity to share memories, express emotions, and find comforting support. Whether you choose burial or cremation; whether you select a formal funeral or a more relaxed memorial service, the need for acknowledgment of the loss with family and friends is ever present. We can help you create a uniquely meaningful ceremony to express the genuine individuality of your loved one.

Coping with a loss is never easy, and services are an essential part of the recovery process. A Funeral service provides those who are grieving with a supportive environment in which they can begin to find closure, say goodbye, and come to terms with the loss. Gathering with friends and family gives everyone the opportunity to connect, share memories, offer words of sympathy, and create a lasting network of comfort and support as they start the journey toward healing and peace. No matter the setting, style, or direction you choose, our professional staff are honored to assist you in creating a service that reflects your loved one’s unique life journey.

Serving the East Texas Area

We offer direct cremation and funeral services to these cities and all of East Texas

Henderson, Palestine, Athens, Lufkin, Nacogdoches, Longview, Tyler, Kilgore, Rusk, Alto, Troup, Overton, Frankston & Lake Palestine, Jacksonville, & Bullard