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~ Ligon and Bobo History ~
 
 
Over eighty seven years ago, Mr. Charles Horace Ligon started with a goal to serve the families of Wilson County by offering the best available funeral services during their time of need. He always had one very important principle - to always be courteous and friendly, but above all - caring.


That was in 1920, and today David Brooks, Clark McKinney, and the staff of Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home strive to carry on the tradition that was set before.

In 1938, Mr. Ligon was joined by his daughter Vera and her husband Alex Bobo. They purchased the present location, which had been a private residence since 1828. Since the funeral home's beginning, the funeral industry has been through many changes. But the one thing that hasn't
changed is that families expect caring compassionate service. Through the years our funeral home has been honored to serve the families of very notable citizens with hundreds attending the service; and we
have served families of some quiet gentle souls hardly known to anyone, with only our staff attending the service.

The slogan "we treat your family like our own" is nothing new to us.
We have tried our very best to do that for years, and plan to continue to do so in the future.
Charles Horace Ligon
1882-1965
Alex Bobo 1900-1985
Vera Bobo 1909-1975
Claude V. Wilson
1922-2003
55 yrs in Funeral Service
 
     
 
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