Moore-Cortner Funeral Homes

Helping Families Connect, Honor & Remember

We realize families need a competent but compassionate funeral director in their time of loss. We pride ourselves on providing quality products and a dignified service at a reasonable price. Our goal is to alleviate as much stress as possible during this time.

Our experience, coupled with our perspective on the importance of ceremony, will help you discover ways to pay tribute.

Moore-Cortner
Funeral Home

300 First Avenue N.W.
Winchester, Tennessee 37398

Phone: 931-967-2222
Fax: 931-967-3049
Obit Line: 931-967-1600

Serving Franklin County and surrounding areas since 1905.

Family Owned & Operated

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Jennings-Moore-Cortner Funeral Home

181 Majors Boulevard
Lynchburg, Tennessee 37352

Phone: 931-759-4552
Fax: 931-759-7230
Obit Line: 931-967-1600

Serving Lynchburg and Moore County since 1990.

Family Owned & Operated

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Franklin Memorial Gardens

Corner of Halfmoon Road & Cowan Highway

Business Office Location:
300 First Avenue N.W.
Winchester, Tennessee 37398

Phone: 931-967-2998
Honoring Lives Since 1956.

Family Owned & Operated

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Winchester Monument Company

300 First Avenue N.W.
Winchester, Tennessee 37398

Phone: 931-967-2222

Family Owned & Operated  ~  Directions & Photos


Our Community Events

  • Sewanee Summer Music Festival
    Saturday, June 20, 2015

    Each year, high atop Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau, the internationally acclaimed Sewanee Summer Music Festival at Sewanee: The University of the South draws over two hundred advanced student performers from around the world. A unique curriculum, frequent performance opportunities and close mentoring with renowned artists position our students as leaders in a changing musical landscape. www.http://sewaneemusicfestival.org/ Read more

  • July 4th Celebration-"Hats Off To America"- Monteagle, TN
    Saturday, July 4, 2015

    Friday, July 4 Parade on Main Street at 10:00am Fireworks! at dark at the Ball Park Parade starts at the Smoke House and ends at City Hall. Line up & registration is at 9:00am, behind the Smoke House Read more

  • Town of Huntland 4th of July Celebration at Huntland City Park
    Saturday, July 4, 2015

    The Huntland lions club will be hosting our annual 4th of July Celebration on July 4th at Huntland city park. We will start with a parade starting at the Huntland school at 1030 am. Following the parade will be live singing at the lions club pavilion from 11:30 to 6pm. We will have games, face painting by Emily Ragland, ring toss, dunking booth, and bounce houses for the kids. We will as always have the best BBq on that day. We will be selling sandwiches or by the pound. Menu includes hamburgers, hotdogs. Polish sausages, BBq nachos, chips, drinks, funnel cakes, ice cream, cotton candy, snow cones. Activities include our yearly Cornhole tournament. $20 per team with a 50/50 split for the winning team. We will also have a kids division with trophies being awarded. We are excited to announce we will be selling squares on a cow patty surprise. Square are 20 per square with a $250 cash prize to the winner. We also will be raffling off a sporting good and a movie basket as well as a nice wooden chest. You do not have to be present to win anything so if you want a chance please contact us. 9313085837. We will also be playing bingo all day from 11:30 to 6pm. Nightly events will begin with Mrs. Jessica May singing the National Anthem at 7:00 following her will be our headliner band 12 Miles North. So come on out for a day of fun and help the lions club continue to serve the great town of Huntland as we have for over 60 years! Read more

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