In 1960, a group of well-respected community leaders saw the need for a funeral home that would better serve all the people of Hart County and surrounding areas. Some of the founding fathers of our business included C. I. Patterson, Roy Cann, Bill Seymour, Howard Scott, Emory Poore, Henry England, James E. Chaney, Gordon Bruce, and a host of other community leaders from all areas of the county.
From the onset, the goal was to provide dignified, meaningful funeral services at a fair price for all citizens. To accomplish this goal many obstacles had to be overcome. Through perseverance and dedication Hart County Funeral Home evolved.
Through the years some changes have occurred, but the original purpose has remained constant. We have seen name changes which represent eras of the business that depict different leadership. However, during this time we have been led by dedicated funeral professionals.
As the Brooks family continues to carry on the tradition of exceptional service at a reasonable price, we are grateful for those who came before us. The heritage of our funeral home is important to us because it reminds us of the good things that change can bring.
Currently our staff members collectively have over 100 years of faithful experience in funeral service. We strive to serve each family on an individual basis, creating unique and custom services for their loved ones. We truly embrace our mission as we strive to serve others: "Our family caring for your family."