Celebrate a special life
RW Owens and Son Funeral Home: Your trusted partner for complete funeral care as you celebrate a special life.
For Immediate Assistance
Call: (903) 496 – 2331
Visit: 200 Santa Fe Street, Wolfe City, TX 75496
For over 70 years, generations of families have trusted RW Owens and Son Funeral Home for the finest in funeral care. And the future? We’re here to stay.
From traditional funeral services to customized celebrations of life, our complete funeral care options are designed to meet the needs of all the families we serve—including yours.
For immediate need, please call 903-496-2331. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day. For all other inquiries, please call during regular business hours.
Funeral Planning Services
With compassion and care, we listen to what you want as you honor the life of your loved one with a final service. Together we will plan what works best for your family.
Give your family the most generous gift of pre-planning your final arrangements. We make it easy for them to honor your wishes, while freeing them from the burden of difficult decisions during a time of grief and sorrow.
From simple bouquets to standing sprays, we have just the right flowers for every service. It’s easy to order, and we’ll deliver for you.
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1933 – 2019
1924 – 2019
1935 – 2019
Kayla Elise Sanders, age 27, passed away at the North Texas Veterans Affairs hospital in Dallas on January 1, 2019. She was born to Roy Kelly and Veronica Banks Sanders in Bethesda, Maryland on January 11, 1991. Kayla was a 2009 graduate of Norview High School, in...
1954 – 2019
1920 – 2018
July 31, 1924- December 13, 2018 Thurman L. White, 94, of Greenville, Tx. And former Wolfe City resident, passed away Thursday, December 13, 2018 in the Hunt Regional Medical Center of Greenville. Mr. White was born to the loving parents Lester & Ellen White...
October 20, 1929 – December 9, 2018 Jimmy Ray Duncan, age 89, of Mesquite, passed away at his home, December 9, 2018. He was born October 20, 1929 to James Andrew and May Russell Duncan in rural Hunt County. He married Dorris Lytal, September 4, 1953 in...