May 18, 2024
  • 3:18 pm Several area seniors receive AgTexas scholarships
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  • 3:14 pm Muleshoe City Council considers childcare facility tax exemption
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  • 3:13 pm Muleshoe Art Association holds last meeting of the year

In February 1959 Frank H. Ellis and his wife Sally, of Plainview, Texas purchased interest in Singleton Funeral Home of Muleshoe where Frank became manager. A few years late, in 1966 a two hundred and twenty five seat Chapel was added. During the early 1970’s the names was changed to Singleton-Ellis Funeral Home.
On January 1, 1976, Frank and Sally purchased full interest of the Funeral Home from C.V. Singleton and the name was changed to Ellis Funeral Home.
In 1984, Frank and Sally’s son Todd graduated from Mortuary School and he and his wife Starla returned to Muleshoe. In 1987, Todd and Starla purchased interest in Ellis Funeral Home and Todd became the manager.
After Frank’s death in December of 2009, Todd and Starla purchased full interest in Ellis Funeral Home. In 2010, Todd and Starla’s son Colt came back to the business and in 2011 graduated from Mortuary School and took over as manager. In January 2018, Colt purchased interest in the business and continues to work along with Todd and Starla.
Since our founding in February of 1959, the guiding principles of Ellis Funeral Home has been the commitment to treating each family who comes to us as our own; with sincerity, pride, dedication and we are committed to this time honored tradition.
Ellis Funeral Home will be hosting “Remembering the Fallen of Texas”, February 18th, 2019 from 12:00-5:00 pm and February 19th, 2019 from 8:30 am- 3:00 pm at Ellis Funeral, Muleshoe, Texas.
“Remembering the Fallen of Texas” is a traveling photographic war memorial that honors our country’s military Fallen from The War On Terror 09/11/2001 to the present. Unlike brick and mortar memorials, “Remembering our Fallen” includes military and personal photos. Its legacy will be that these men and women will be remembered and their names will be spoken, while helping to lessen the grief of their families.

Rhea Gonzales


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