Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home

304 N Polk St
Atlanta, Texas 75551
Cass County
(903) 796-3200

Check with Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Atlanta, Texas location.

Contact the Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (903) 796-3200.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.



The Coleman-Atlanta Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Atlanta, Texas. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Atlanta, Texas and Cass County.

Atlanta, Texas Obituaries and News
2010 Obituaries Archive: August 30-September 12 July 14, 2014

Funeral services were Wednesday, September 8, 1 p.m. at McEvoy Funeral Home with Dr. Gary S ... 2010 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. Funeral services are Thursday, September 2, at 6 p.m. at McKenzie Church of Christ with Jim Roberts ... (Daily Star)

Callie Coleman June 19, 2014

Burial will be at Gospel Temple Cemetery, Skene, under the direction of Byas Funeral Home, Cleveland. She is survived by her husband, C.L. Coleman, of Pace; two daughters, Linda Coleman, of Pace, and Rosemary Owens, of Atlanta; two brothers, Bennie Earl ... (Delta Democrat Times)

Ruby Steffey Sumerour, 86 June 16, 2014

Ruby Steffey Sumerour, age 86, of Coleman, died Sunday, June 15, 2014, at Coleman Healthcare Center. Funeral ... home administrator. She is survived by one son, Larry Sparks and wife Betsy of San Antonio; two daughters, Dianna Baxter of Atlanta, Georgia ... (Coleman News)

Ex-NFL running back Rodney Thomas dies at 41 June 15, 2014

FORT WORTH, Texas | Rodney Thomas, who played running back for the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans and Atlanta Falcons during a seven ... signing his first professional contract, Groveton Funeral Home owner Terry Cartwright said Sunday. (Athens Banner-Herald)

Former Titans running back Rodney Thomas dies at 41 June 15, 2014

Rodney Thomas, who played running back for the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans and Atlanta ... the home in Groveton, a small East Texas town where he grew up, that he bought for his mother after signing his first professional contract, Groveton Funeral ... (FOX Sports)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Aubrey, Texas
I have tried for days to sign a guestbook for my friend that passed away. I have gone to every site available and Slay Memorial Funeral Ctr. has no such guestbook available. I called and the director said he would take my name and give to the family.
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Rosenberg, Texas
Very dissatisfied with the service I received, ordered a headstone for my other was promised the headstone would be ready in 2 months which turned out to be 6 months, called several tea to inquire about headstone he would not answer or return my call had to go to his office and his secretary called him and he answered her call and he had a 101 excuses none acceptable, very dissatisfied.
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Trinity, Texas
How can you justify not having a web site? Terrible dis-service to your greiving families!
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Big Spring, Texas
Brad I just wanted to express my appreciation, along with Ivey Quinn's family that we really appreciate everything you did for him while he was in your care until he could be home with his family. Thank you for your support in our time of sorrow. Thank you so much Joy Barnett-fiancee'
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Abilene, Texas
Every story has two sides. North may have theirs, but here is our family's. North's Funeral Home is NOT concerned with your family during your time of grief. Our loved one, Oscar Villalobos, passed away this past week. He prearranged for his final moments with North's. Unfortunately, his final arrangements and family were handled with less respect than I'm sure he felt would happen. Apparently, every step of funeral arrangements must be made with North's for they will not guide nor assist the family unless it is paid for. The family's understanding of prearrangement did not meet the North's understanding. Please verify if all issues have been addressed: transportation of body, embalming, visitations, memorial service and certainly make sure that all these occur within their open hours otherwise it might get in the way of their evening plans. Additionally, get everything in writing and always know who with you are talking. We called and spoke with Sandy North stating we were coming in from out of town and we had flowers being sent for Oscar. She told husband they would hold them. However; we found a note on their doors DO NOT leave anything for Oscar Villalobos. Family has not made arrangements. Then, when we asked about the flowers, Ms. North told my husband they never delivered. In fact, the florist was called and told to pick them up. For a moment, let's forget the apparent lying and lack of respect. Let's say, we the family, did not make arrangements. A good business designed around service ( according to their sign, serving people for 100 years), you would think that a conversation would happen with the family to identify any shortcomings in arrangements. That they would insure all aspects were covered and a clear understanding of arrangements were made for both parties. Instead, we were told the body was in too bad of condition, it would take too long to make him look right and we wouldn't be able to see him until the next day before cremation. They did nothing to ease the family's pain and give them one last opportunity to say goodbye to a father, a grandfather, a brother...a good man. By the way, the cosmetic work they did was good. Oscar looked very natural, very much at peace. Pretty good for a body that was in "pretty bad condition". So, that is our side of this story. But, don't take our word for the service...ask anyone in Abilene. Ask the State School what their thoughts are of North's Funeral Home.
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