We have years of experience caring for families from all walks of life, cultures and faiths. Our unsurpassed staff and our family provide kind, caring, professional service. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession who are dedicated to excellence in service, adhere to the highest funeral industry standards, and have exceptional integrity. We consistently earn phenomenally high customer satisfaction survey results.
Our licensed, professional staff is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call 1-936-598-3341 anytime. We will even come to you to make arrangements in the comfort of your home.
Prompt, compassionate service is always just a phone call away, where and when you need it.
Scotty was born in East Texas. As a child, he grew up around the funeral home and that's when he knew that the funeral industry would be his ministry to help those in their deepest sorrow. He graduated from Dallas Institute-Gupton Jones College in 1966 and started his career as a funeral director and licensed embalmer.
He married Wanda Bailey and they have three beautiful children, Scott, Shannon, and Shearmon. One of his most prized awards is the Texas Funeral Directors Association of 50 Years Recognition Award presented in honor of his 50 years as a licensed professional in Texas which he received in June of 2016.
Charles has been with our family of firms since 2017. Native to East Texas, he's lived here all his life save for his time spent in the military, serving proudly as a member of the United States Army.
Charles retired from TXU after a successful 25 years. He's a member of Neuville Baptist Church where he's served for over 30 years. Married to his lovely wife, Cathy, for 40 years, they have two daughters, two sons-in-law, and six grandchildren. He enjoys spending time with family, fishing, and working out in his shop.
Yanci is a lifetime resident of Shelby County. Graduating from Center High School in 1989, she married Ron Hendricks shortly after. The two have made a life in Huxley with their two children, Sarah and Hunter. She started working with her family at Mangum Funeral Home in 1995.
Yanci is loving her "semi-retired" life where she can spend more time with her family and enjoy being a Wawa (grandmother and aunt). She still loves being at Mangum and helping families of Shelby County during their time of need. She is a member of Ephesus Baptist Church in Shelbyville.