Brannen-NeSmith Funeral Home has a long history. We have served the families of Dooly and the surrounding counties for over three quarters of a century. With today's large funeral conglomerates purchasing local funeral homes, we are especially proud that our funeral homes remain locally owned and operated by Rodney Brannen and Bill NeSmith.
We have always believed that our primary goal is to provide the highest level of personal service to those that call upon us during the most difficult time in their lives.
We believe that the first step toward that goal is to educate families about the many options available to them. Whether a family chooses burial or cremation, it is our responsibility to provide them with as much information as possible in order for them to make informed decisions.
We believe that following through on every detail of the funeral or cremation arrangements that they select is the second step in this process.
We believe that families want someone they can trust to carry out their wishes from the moment we are called until the service is complete. We promise to be there for the families we serve.
We created this site as another way for you to acquaint yourself with our funeral home. We invite you to learn more about our staff, to get to know each one personally. We encourage you to explore all the options available to you, so that you can plan the perfect service to memorialize your loved ones uniqueness. We also strongly encourage pre-planning your own arrangements; saving your family the stress of doing so at an already stressful time.
We encourage you to contact us, whether you select us as your funeral provider or not, as you need further information or have any questions; please feel free to contact us. We are always happy to assist you.
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Take a few moments to express your wishes now and help to ease the burden on your loved ones.
A collection of answers to questions that people often have when arranging for a funeral.