Families Serving Families…for Over 80 Years
Since 1935, our funeral home has been serving the people of Columbia and surrounding areas during their most difficult moments. Since our family caught the baton from the Williams family in 1982, we have made it our goal to provide our neighbors with memorable tributes at prices they can afford. With more people desiring a simpler, more affordable farewell, cremation is now surpassing traditional burial rates for the first time in the U.S. That’s why we founded Cremation Society of Tennessee, and we have quickly become the premier simple cremation resource in this area.
Cremation Society of Tennessee is committed to providing professional, dignified, affordable services to families who prefer cremation. When you choose us, we want to honor the trust you have placed in us, so we hold ourselves to the highest standards of care. Our thorough, time-tested cremation protocols will give you peace of mind and ensure your loved one receives the very best care.
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Our staff is kind, caring, and knowledgeable.
Although there are many decisions you need to make when planning a cremation, we can guide you through the entire process. Our staff is kind, caring, and knowledgeable, and will carefully listen to your wishes and carry out your arrangements promptly and professionally. Whatever level of personalization you want to bring to your loved one’s farewell, we look forward to serving your needs. One neighbor to another.
CEO, Alan Blevins
COO/Certified Celebrant, Lauren Ashley Blevins
Funeral Director, John Blevins
John Alan Blevins was born and raised in Columbia, TN. He attended Zion Christian Academy from Preschool until graduation in 2007. Following high school he attended Lee University and later transferred to the University of Tennessee Knoxville graduating in the spring of 2012 with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. He is currently working towards planning his future with his soon to be wife Ashlyn Elizabeth White and obtaining his funeral directors license. After years of watching his father care for others during the most trying of times, he felt that he would be able to carry on his father’s care and compassion for those in need.