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

Frederick Hart Cleveland Sr.

November 14, 2020

Frederick Hart Cleveland Sr., 86, retired engineer, navigator, professor and missionary, passed away peacefully at home, on Saturday, November 14, 2020. Dr. Cleveland was born October 8, 1934 in Derry, NH, and moved to Portsmouth, VA in 1944. He

Beverlee Ruth Barnes Herd

November 22, 2020

Beverlee was born in Elizabethton TN, and grew up there with her boyfriend, Jimmy Herd. She attended college at East Tennessee State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She married James Francis Herd MD and had 4 children

Anthony Don Waters

November 1, 2020

Anthony Don Waters, 62, a Texas native and long-time resident of Fort Worth passed away on November 1, 2020. Anthony was born to Wayne and Glenna Waters on March 3rd, 1958 in Nocona , Texas. After graduating from S.H. Rider High School in Wichita

Sister Frances Joan Vuillemin

November 13, 2020

Sister Frances Joan Vuillemin was born in Waco, Texas, one of five daughters and three brothers. Her father August, a noted contractor, built at least six churches including St. Francis on the Brazos in Waco. This is a replica of the famous San

Mary Caroline Bernard Pace

November 7, 2020

Rooted in her faith and surrounded by family, Mary Caroline Bernard Pace passed away November 7, 2020 from natural causes. The daughter of Donald Montfort Bernard and Mary Woodson Sleeper Bernard, Mary was born in 1933 in Nashville, TN. Her family
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