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

Buddy Joe Webster

August 15, 2019

Buddy Joe Webster, 90, passed away on August 15, 2019. Born March 25, 1929 in Fort Worth to Hilbert Jesse and Evelyn Isabelle Wilkerson Webster, Buddy was a long time Fort Worth resident, always a Texan, living the last 20 years in Arlington at TM

BeeBee Baker Harrison

September 14, 2019

Beebee Baker Harrison died Saturday, September 14, 2019. Beebee was born February 1, 1930 in Fort Worth to Dr. Robert G. and Evelyn Hussey Baker.  She was a wife and mother, and in later years became a barber working at Ridglea Barber Shop until

Joe Anne Hallgren

September 6, 2019

Joe Anne Hallgren, 92, young looking, young acting and young living, died peacefully on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. She was a winner at life from beginning to end. Joe Anne was the only child of Emil and Georgia Sumbera, first generation Americans, who

John Thomas Chidgey

September 12, 2019

John Thomas Chidgey, 72, died September 12, 2019. John was born across the San Antonio River from San Antonio deValero – The Alamo on July 13, 1947. He was the oldest son of the youngest Marine Corps drill instructor in the history of the Cor

Roger Allen Crego

September 13, 2019

Roger Allen Crego, 84, died peacefully in his sleep on September 13, 2019 at his home in Arlington. Roger was born in Columbus, Ohio to Vexter and Dorothy Hartman. He made it to California as fast as he could, settling in San Diego at the tender a
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