Highland Memorial Gardens

Anderson-Clayton offers several locations for Texas families to plan their funeral arrangements.

We have a simple goal: to continuously provide services to meet the individual needs of every family we serve and to ensure they are comfortable and secure with the choices they make. To us, what we do is more than just a business — it's a commitment to care. At our Anderson-Clayton Bros. funeral homes, we believe that every life is unique. Every funeral should be too. We celebrate life.

For those who wish to plan their final arrangements in advance, we offer The Simplicity Plan® prearrangement program, an easy way to handle an important family responsibility. We invite you to learn more about us by visiting any of our locations.

Anderson-Clayton Bros. Funeral Home first opened in 1927 and has been at its present location since 1978. The Terrell location proudly serves families of Kaufman County with the philosophy of "Service Above Self." Conveniently located off Highway 80 on West Nash Street, Anderson-Clayton has one of the largest facilities in the area. The funeral home features a lovely chapel with seating for up to 325 guests and additional seating for 60 family members. Two beautifully decorated visitation rooms offer comfort to those in need. The spacious lobby helps to accommodate gatherings whether large or small. The stateroom is available to enable families to personalize the service with photos and other items to remember loved ones.

Highland Memorial Gardens: The Terrell location is conveniently located near Highland Memorial Gardens, which means families can plan all funeral and cemetery arrangements from one location. Highland Memorial Gardens offers many options from traditional ground burial to mausoleum entombment. Highland is a true perpetual care cemetery, which means the grounds will be beautifully maintained for generations to come.

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Berry Paul Webb

November 22, 1948 - May 27, 2010

Berry Paul Webb passed away on May 27, 2010 in Dallas TX at the age of 61. He was born on November 22, 1948 in Winfield, La to the late Simpson Gerald and Madge (Berry) Webb. Berry will be remembered as being a very generous loving man who loved spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed life, by going boating, dancing and watching old western movies and hanging out with his...
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Highland Memorial Gardens
301 West Nash Street
Terrel, TX 75160 map it

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