We have years of experience caring for families from all walks of life, cultures and faiths. Our unsurpassed staff and our family provide kind, caring, professional service. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession who are dedicated to excellence in service, adhere to the highest funeral industry standards, and have exceptional integrity. We consistently earn phenomenally high customer satisfaction survey results.
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Danny Mounger is a native of McKinney, Texas. He began working at Belew Funeral Home in McKinney in 1993, where he served a twelve month apprenticeship. He received a dual license for funeral director and embalmer from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1994. Danny managed several funeral homes, as well as, one combination location (funeral home and cemetery) through Stewart Enterprises. In 2004, he left Stewart to pursue his own funeral business operation in Lewisville, Texas. In 2008, Danny sold that business and he and his family moved to Nacogdoches to partner with Laird Funeral Home and Taylor Funeral Home. Continuing to uphold the tradition of family owned funeral homes, Corrigan Funeral Home joined their family of firms in 2011, Mangum Funeral Home in 2017, and most recently, Garrison Funeral Home in February 2019. Presently, he is a member of the Nacogdoches Rotary Club, the Gideon Camp of Nacogdoches, Milam Masonic Lodge #2, and he attends Westside Missionary Baptist Church.
After meeting in their church youth group, Danny and Shannon were married in September of 1999. Shannon attended the University of Texas at Arlington and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in May of 1999. She worked as a registered nurse in Plano, Texas before moving to Nacogdoches to assist Danny with running the funeral homes. They have three children who attend school in Douglass, Texas. Shannon is a member of the Fredonia Rotary Club.
Janet was born and raised in East Texas. She attended Commonwealth Funeral Institute in Houston and graduated with a Texas Funeral Director Certificate in June of 2016. She's been with our family of firms since January 2015. Janet has been a member of Timpson Missionary Baptist Church for about 20 years. She enjoys many things but especially spending time with her husband, three children, and extended family.
Bobby has spent the majority of his life in East Texas. He graduated with both a Bachelors Degree and a Masters Degree from SFASU. Bobby retired from Timpson ISD after 37 years as a teacher, head football coach, and athletic director. He and his wife, Cindy, love spending time with their five grandchildren. He is a member of Timpson Missionary Baptist Church where he teaches the young adults and sings in the choir.
Ronnie, originally from Shelby County, has been with our family of firms since January of 2004. He's married to Suzette, his sweetheart of 11 years. Ronnie has one son, Reid.
Sandy has lived in Timpson, Texas more than half her life. She is married to Carroll Jones, present pastor of Corinth Baptist church. She has worked as bookkeeper and painter in their family business, Jones Remodeling, along with homeschooling their three sons for 15 years. She has 10 grandchildren who help keep her young.
Her father, Sandy Edlredge, worked at Taylor Funeral Home in the 80’s and 90’s and her mother, Betty, still helps as a hairdresser. Sandy joined our family of firms in September of 2018. She feels like working at the funeral home is a good way to minister to those around her.
Matt has spent his life in East Texas. He grew up in Timpson, then moved to Nacogdoches where he attended Stephen F. Austin State University. His background in banking, insurance, and the cellular industry have been helpful to his work with us. He says working at the funeral home, helping families at possibly their most difficult time, has been his most fulfilling work.
Matt is married to Megan, a professor at SFA, and they now reside in Timpson. He and Megan are members of Timpson First United Methodist Church where both are honored to serve on the board. He is a member of the Nacogdoches Jaycees and serves on the board of the SFA Wesley Foundation.