Thompson Harveson and Cole has served families in Fort Worth since 1911. We are a family-owned, multi-generational funeral home that is committed to providing sound advice and the finest personal service. We can provide and arrange for:

  • full traditional services at our chapel, your church or other facility, or at graveside
  • funeral arrangements with cremation or other personalized options
  • modified services, including transport to or from the local area
  • pre-need funeral plans that are flexible and affordable
  • community-outreach events to churches, civic organizations, and community support groups

 

We understand the importance of dealing with people you know and trust. For more than a century, we have built mutually-supportive relationships with generations of Fort Worth citizens. We are committed to local ownership and family operations for years to come.

Meaningful funerals do not just happen. –Alan Wolfeldt

Recent Obituaries

Shirley Dell Akins Bubar

October 27, 2019

Shirley Dell Akins Bubar, 78, died on October 27, 2019 of complications from pneumonia. Shirley was born on September 23, 1941, the oldest child of Manferd and Margaret Akins, in Fort Worth, where she lived virtually her entire life.  She graduat

Betty Rae Talley Franko

November 12, 2019

Betty Franko passed away November 12, 2019. Betty Rae Goth was born to Mary Alene and James David Goth on August 30th, 1929 in Fort Worth.  She attended school in Fort Worth and was a 1947 graduate of Paschal High School. She married the love

Ryan Alexander Cussnick

November 8, 2019

Ryan Cussnick, 18, passed away November 8, 2019. Ryan Alexander Cussnick was born September 25, 2001 in Plano, the son of Patricia Judd and Harald Dirk Cussnick.  He was a Senior at Nolan Catholic High School and a member of Longhorn Council, Boy

Cruz Rodriguez

October 23, 2019

Cruz Rodriguez, died peacefully on Wednesday, October 23, 2019. Cruz was raised in San Benito, Texas one of 15 children born to Jesus and Hermelinda Rodriguez. She moved to the Dallas-area in the early 1970s, raising her family in Irving. She love

Kathleen Mae Brannon Inglish

November 4, 2019

Kathleen Mae Brannon Inglish died in Fort Worth, Texas, on November 4, 2019, at the age of 104, just six weeks short of her December birthday. She was one of the early woman attorneys, licensed to practice in Texas on December 15, 1936, at the age of
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