In light of the recent Coronavirus 19 Pandemic, our funeral home has an obligation to protect the welfare of our families in the community. While we choose to walk by faith and not fear, we must exercise sound judgement, respect and comply with guidelines from the Center for Disease Control, while continuing to serve our family in times of need.
Effective immediately and in place until further notice, the following guidelines have been adopted:
Please limit in-person visits to necessary pre-need or at-need funeral business. We will be happy to assist via telephone or email. As always, we will be accessible 24 hours daily by phone in order to serve you.
We are trying to limit mass gatherings to small numbers and we encourage social distancing and the wearing of masks. Formal public visitations can be held, but strict social distancing and masks will be encouraged.
We sincerely appreciate your understanding as we work diligently to serve the community. As guidance from the Center for Disease Control is altered, we will revisit our plan in order to stay in compliance. We pray for the safety and well-being of all!
Albritton Funeral Home – Jim and Karen Albritton
Tift County Coroner – Joshua Hendrix
Bowen-Donaldson Home for Funerals – William Bowen and Bruce Donaldson
Reflection Cremation and Funeral Service – Mike Jones
Southview Mortuary, Inc. – Daughtry B. and Victoria Melton
Taylor & Sons Funeral Home – Larry and Juanita Taylor
Frank and Solomon Nixon Funeral Home – Solomon Nixon