MIDLAND, TX – 09-11-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — David Cole, founder of American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home, was featured on a local news segment on August 18, 2020. The funeral service provider offered services at no cost for the victims of this tragedy.
An unfortunate fire incident at Midland took the lives of three individuals, including an adult and two children. A self-cleaning stove malfunction was determined to be one of the probable causes of the house fire. After learning about the gut-wrenching news, David Cole felt the need to reach a little further by helping the husband and father of the victims in his time of grief.The team at American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home (https://www.thehealingstartshere.com) has built a reputation of being selfless and caring. They have experience undertaking work voluntarily and without payment. American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home is even willing to provide pro bono infant burial, funeral, and cremation services for individuals who are unable to afford them.Every team member strives to make their clients feel comforted and cared for in the most difficult moments. American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home takes the time to listen to their clients and remember their personal preferences. This practice allows the cemetery, funeral home, and cremation provider to consistently design personalized funeral services.David Cole affirms the readiness of American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home; they stand ready to help individuals who are in need affordable funeral services to prepare and send loved ones on their final journey.You can watch the rest of the story on CBS 7’s website: Funeral Home offers Services Free of Charge After Deadly House Fire.About American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral HomeAmerican Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home is a family owned and operated company that provides a scenic environment for their clients to honor and celebrate the life of their departed loved ones. In addition to honoring and celebrating life in a setting that is fit for remembering those most dear to us, the company strives to design a final resting place unlike any other. Serving Midland, Texas and Odessa, Texas, their location feature trees and pathways that help form a peaceful, park-like setting. American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home serves as a caring partner to their clients, their family members, and the local community. American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home’s staff members consist of native West Texans and have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life, with compassion, a caring heart, and an unwavering commitment to service excellence. Their areas of expertise include Funeral Planning Consultations, Traditional Funeral Services, Religious Funeral Services, Affordable On-site Crematory Services, Ground Burial Services, and Memorial Services.American Heritage Cemetery & Funeral Home is headquartered at 4100 North FM 1788, Midland, TX 79707. They can be called at (432) 563-9767 or emailed at [email protected] for further inquiries. About KOSA-TV CBS 7KOSA-TV (Channel 7) is a CBS affiliate for the Permian Basin area of West Texas. Licensed to Odessa, its studios and transmitter are located within the Music City Mall on East 42nd Street. In addition, KOSA has a second digital subchannel called MyTV 16 which operates a MyNetworkTV affiliate.KOSA-TV CBS 7 contact information: 4101 East 42nd Street J7, Music City Mall, Midland, TX 79701 | Phone: (432) 580-5672.
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