About

Serving families with a tradition of caring…

296388_276719929007541_47747958_nFor over 60 years F .E. Dabney Funeral Home has served the families of our community and surrounding counties with dedication and compassion. Today, under the leadership of Floyd Dabney, Jr. we are committed to carrying on the same distinction as our legacy set forth. As an active member of the National Funeral Directors Association, we ensure best practices in our service model.

We believe that the inevitability of death is a serious aspect of life; when death occurs it is important to the community and the lives of the loved ones left behind that families choose a funeral home to help start the process of  healing. We are here to assist with the transition to living life without someone they have loved and cared for all their life. We support families in this difficult time, regardless of the condition or situation.

When death occurs a family should be able to stop, reflect, and thank GOD for a life that was given by GOD and now has been called home by GOD. The preparation, and the homegoing service should prepare and celebrate a life lived and help surviving families move on with their life and trust and believe that it is well with their soul.

These ideals and philosophy are inherently instilled in our way of operating our business. We believe these ideals are important in families lives because death is a life-changing event. It is because of these ideals that we put the needs of the bereaved first and business second. We believe GOD will make a way for the bereaved family and the business.
We believe we are all GODS children and we are in this life together.

Scripture reads: Let us give thanks to the GOD and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the merciful Father, The GOD from whom all help comes! He helps us in all our tribulations, so that we are able to help others who have all kinds of tribulations, using the same help that we ourselves have received from GOD.

We look forward to being for service to your family in time of need.