Robert Massie Funeral Home
Funeral Services in San Angelo, TX
Established in 1906 in San Angelo, the Robert Massie Funeral Home is the oldest locally owned funeral home in the area. Our history is one of fine funeral services to the folks of San Angelo, Grape Creek, Wall, Miles, Robert Lee, Ballinger, Christoval, Mertzon, Eldorado, Brady, Paint Rock, Eola, Mereta, and other communities in the Concho Valley and beyond. Our current owner, Gene Price Keeney, has worked at the funeral home for over 30 years. Gene has been involved in every kind of the funeral business. He is involved in the Lion's Club and an avid golfer at the San Angelo Country Club.
Robert Massie Funeral Home
read moreWhen you have experienced the loss of a loved one, you can trust us to guide you through the arrangements necessary to create a meaningful ceremony that celebrates the unique life being honored. Our staff is committed to providing your family with the highest quality care and service in your time of need, and we take pride in our responsibility to lighten your burden as you take the first steps toward healing. Home owned and operated since 1906. We're dedicated to providing personalized, professional and compassionate services to help lighten your burden and support you through the difficult times that follow the loss of a loved one.
read moreThe caring and experienced professionals at Robert Massie Funeral Home are here to support you through this difficult time. We offer a range of personalized services to suit your family's wishes and requirements. You can count on us to help you plan a personal, lasting tribute to your loved one. And we'll carefully guide you through the many decisions that must be made during this challenging time. You are welcome to call us at 1-325-655-8121 at any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance.
Why Choose Us
read moreAt Robert Massie Funeral Home, we take great pride in caring for our families, and will work tirelessly to provide you with a beautiful, lasting tribute to your loved one. In addition to the services we offer, you will receive an online memorial that you can share with family and friends. While honoring your loved one is our top priority, we also want to help you through this difficult time. We have a wide range of resources to support you not only today, but in the weeks and months to come. We can create a customized, online memorial for you to share with family and friends.
read moreThe goods and services shown in our general price list are those we can provide to our customers. You may choose only the items you desire. However, any funeral arrangements you select will include a charge for our basic services and overhead. If legal or other requirements mean you must buy any items you did not specifically ask for, we will explain the reason in writing on the statement we provide describing the funeral goods and services you selected. Please take some time to view what we have to offer and contact us with any questions.
read moreWhen it comes to your final arrangements, shouldn't you make the decisions? The arrangements you make will reflect your exact wishes and desires. Pre-arranging your own service will help to ease the burden of your loved ones. It will also alleviate any questions, problems or differences, which can occur among family members. Pre-payment will protect you from the rising cost of prices, and it will not be a financial burden on your loved ones. When you plan ahead you know that your wishes will be fulfilled.
read moreThe basic Military Funeral Honors (MFH) ceremony consists of the folding and presentation of the United States flag to the veterans' family and the playing of Taps. The ceremony is performed by a funeral honors detail consisting of at least two members of the Armed Forces. The Funeral Honors rendered to you or your veteran will be determined by the status of the veteran. The type of Funeral Honors may be Full Military Honors, 7 Person Detail or a Standard Honors Team Detail. At least one of the funeral honors detail will be from the Armed Force in which the deceased veteran served.
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Social Security Benefits
read moreSome of the deceased's family members may be able to receive Social Security benefits if the deceased person worked long enough under Social Security to quality for benefits. You should get in touch with Social Security as soon as you can to make sure the family receives all of the benefits to which it may be entitled. Please read the following information carefully to learn what benefits may be available. A one-time payment of $255 can be paid to the surviving spouse if he or she was living with the deceased; or, if living apart, was receiving certain Social Security benefits on the deceased's record.