Answers To Your Questions
Existing Prepaid or Preneed Account..
Your Preneed plans that are funded are still fully in force. We will honor any previous arrangements that have been made at Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home.
What about my existing funeral plans at Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home?
Your plans will be honored dollar for dollar. We will honor any previous plans made with Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us.
Will anything change due to new ownership of Hunter-Allen-Myhand?
We are a family business. We do not report to a board of directors or any other counsel that ultimately control our prices and the way we run our business. It is our family serving your family.
If you still have questions, get in touch so we can help.
Services & Planning
This is a very simple process and will be explained to you fully. Georgia law requires that pre-funded funerals be totally transferable at the individuals request. We will honor your pre-arranged funeral dollar for dollar.
There is no right or wrong way to say goodbye. We’ll help you and your family create a fitting event that is personal, meaningful and dignified, and carried out with the highest level of support and care.
Traditional Burial or Cremation
The compassionate staff at Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home are experts at making you feel comfortable about your decision. We will explain your options answer any questions you may have.
About Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home
Compassion and Support
The firm known today as Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home was established in 1916 when J.C. Hunter, Sr. and Sig Owen, owners of the Hunter-Owen Furniture Company on Vernon Street, expanded their business by offering funeral services.
1927 - 1975
In 1927, they built the Hunter-Owen Funeral Home at 111 Broad Street. The two story modern building had a large front porch and two entrances. The entrance on the right led to the lobby, office, stateroom, preparation room and an elevator. Through the one on the left was the reception room with the chapel behind it. The firm owned two hearses and an ambulance.
In 1953, the firm was renamed Hunter-Allen-Myhand Funeral Home when J. Cliff Hunter, Jr. partnered with Curtis Myhand and Nick Allen, who had joined the firm in 1933. J. Clifford Hunter, Jr. was president; Nick Allen was vice president; and Curtis Myhand was secretary/treasurer. Both the funeral home and ambulance operations continued until 1966 when the ambulance service was discontinued.
1975 - 1998
In 1975, Hunter, Allen and Myhand purchased the Whitley Mansion from the Richard Yates family and converted it to a funeral home. John Whitley, one of Georgia's leading paving contractors, had built the structure as his home in 1926. Whitley was known for using his home to entertain prominent political figures, such as his personal friends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Governor Eugene Talmadge.
Nick Allen retired in 1983, and later that year, J. Cliff Hunter, Jr. passed away. Remaining owner Curtis Myhand and his wife Camilla Cotton Myhand continued to operate the business with their daughter and son-in-law, Claire and Ed Batchelor, until 1998, when they sold the business to Carriage Services, Inc.
1998 - 2019
Carriage Services ran the funeral home with many capable General Managers during this period of time. The faithful employees and managers served the LaGrange community with compassion and care.
The Higgins family are the current and new owners of Hunter-Allen-Myhand. The Higgins family boasts over 50 years in the funeral home industry. We are honored to return Hunter-Allen-Myhand to a family-owned and operated business.
Exciting renovations and additions will begin on the historic funeral home.
We are committed to providing the support and services you need during these difficult times.
506 Hill Street, LaGrange, GA 30241