Whether you choose a traditional funeral or a cremation memorial service, Hodges-Moore Funeral Home is here when you need us, just as we have been for generations. We have a chapel that seats more than 200 people and smaller rooms used for visitations, family gatherings or informal services. Our funeral home in Statesboro also has an expanded lounge area that families may use for larger receptions before or after services.
We invite you to meet our team, tour the funeral home and pick up a complimentary personal planning guide. Our guide will help make your personal wishes known and enable you to organize vital statistics, military history, family heritage and estate information.
YOUR TRUSTED PROVIDER
Hodges-Moore Funeral Home guarantees dignity, grace and honor in every element of the service we provide. We are a trusted resource that is dependable and long lasting, and we will be here when our services are needed for generations to come. For us, it's our privilege to serve Bulloch County and the surrounding communities.
We live, work, raise our families and support the citizens and businesses in the area. We are local people dedicated to serving local people. Feel free to visit Hodges-Moore Funeral Home in Statesboro to plan for yourself or a loved one.
The funeral home that is now known as Hodges-Moore Funeral Home began in 1929 in Statesboro, Georgia. It was originally Barnes Funeral Home and was located in Bulloch County.
RELOCATION AND REBUILDING
In 1974, our funeral home relocated to its current location on Highway 80 East, and the name changed to Barnes-Hodges Funeral Home, being owned by E.W. "Buddy" Barnes and J. Bird Hodges Jr. In 1978, the funeral home name changed to Barnes-Hodges-Turner with the addition of partners Lee Barnes and Barry Turner.
After a tornado leveled the funeral home in 1984, it was rebuilt the following year and renamed Hodges-Turner, with the chapel being named for the Barnes family.
EXPANSIONS TO SERVE STATESBORO
Our funeral home received additions in 1998, with new offices, arrangement rooms and restrooms. In 2000, the name changed to Hodges-Turner-Anderson with Jamie Anderson serving as manager. In January of 2004, our name changed to its current name Hodges-Moore with Laura A. Moore serving as manager.
Hodges-Moore Funeral Home was owned by J. Bird Hodges Jr. and his wife, Betty Hodges, from 1974 to 1993. Besides Barnes Funeral Home, other predecessors who came before Hodges-Moore Funeral Home are Smith-Tillman Mortuary, Olliff Funeral Home and Lanier's Mortuary. These distinguished local names represent years of dedicated service to the people of our area.
Today the Hodges-Moore Funeral Home team remains committed to the high standard that has been set before them.