Heritage Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory is proud of Middle Georgia's first responders including Centerville Police and Officer Jeremy Mashuga in particular who thankfully is recovering from injuries he received in a shooting incident.
Our General Manager Jason Moore was interviewed recently when Heritage provided food for the officers and explained why Heritage goes out of the way to show appreciation for sacrifices these officers make for our community.
When a death has occured, Heritage Memorial Funeral Home is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist you with the details and offer our guidance. Consultations are always free.
There are many advantages when you take care of your final arrangements in advance. Pre-arrange a memorial service today.
Search our obituary page for recently deceased. Read about their life, find service information, and post your condolences.
A Legacy of Service
We believe that the success of any business requires dedication and professionalism. In our business, in particular, it also requires a great deal of kindness, compassion and attention to detail. You’ll find these qualities in each and every member of our staff here at Heritage Memorial Funeral Home.
We work hard to help families find the right services to fit their needs. Even though there are many funeral homes calling themselves "Heritage," we are an independent, privately-owned business. We believe in "personalization" and go to great lengths to make sure that each service captures the life of your loved one, honoring them to the fullest. You'll never need to dial a 1-800 number to reach us. We are locally owned and operated.
We understand that in today's economy families often struggle with burial costs. That's why we work tirelessly to educate the famlies we serve on the "many" ways you can honor your loved one in a dignified manner and feel comfortable with your decision.
We hope that you will put your trust in us to make this experience as comfortable and carefree as possible. Let us show you how we can give you that "peace of mind" in knowing you've made the "right" choices.
Kimberly S. Harris