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

Carmen Alice Brooks

January 16, 2020

Carmen Alice Brooks, 81, was born June 20, 1938 in Puerto Rico and died January 16, 2020 in Fort Worth.  

Anna Delee Harmon Botzer

January 17, 2020

Anna Delee Harmon Botzer was born November 28, 1935 in Greenwich, Ohio, and died January 17, 2020 in Fort Worth.

Michael Terrance (Mickey) Rooney

January 16, 2020

United States Air Force Colonel (retired) Michael Terrance "Mickey"  Rooney, 73, flew his final mission on January 16, 2020. An exceptionally intelligent man and member of MENSA, Mike received his undergraduate degree from the University of Hawai

Sara Lou Young Cargill

January 8, 2020

Sara Lou Young Cargill, 91, passed away on Wednesday, January 8, 2020. Sara Lou was born November 3, 1928 in Cushing, Oklahoma, daughter of Valcus and Thelma Young.  As a girl, she served as organist at The First Baptist Church and for the local

Joseph Henry Fenoglio

January 8, 2020

Joseph Henry Fenoglio peacefully followed his wife, Juanita, to heaven, on Wednesday, January 8, 2020. Henry was born on June 21, 1924, on a farm three miles east of Montague, Texas on Dye Mound Road. He was the eighth child born to Barney J. Feno
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