Rosser Funeral Home continues its “commitment to caring”, building a solid reputation in the community by providing thoughtful compassionate service.
Every service planned is focused on your loved one and helping your family in any way we can. We believe no funeral should place a family in financial hardship. Our directors are committed to helping you select items that are within your means.
As a family owned and operated funeral home, we are not required to meet quotas and expectations that come from being part of a larger corporation. Therefore, we do not take it upon ourselves to pressure the family with unwanted items or service.
Our main objective is to welcome you into a lovely facility made comfortable by a family atmosphere and to care for your loved one as if they were our own.
In short – our family is here when your family needs us.
Perry Rosser and Mindi McCorkle Rosser are Cleburne natives, residing in Cleburne all their lives. Perry graduated from CHS in 1979, Tarleton State University in 1983, and Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1993. He began his career at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home. He was the manager there for eight years before opening his own funeral home in 2001. Mindi graduated from CHS in 1980 and attended Tarleton State University. In 2008, Mindi graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. She is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Perry and Mindi are both active in the community and attend First Baptist Church of Cleburne. Married in 1983, they have two grown children. Autumn, a 2008 TCU graduate, is a teacher; and Chance, works with his parents at Rosser Funeral Home.
Chance was born and raised in Cleburne and graduated from CHS in 2006. After briefly attending North Texas State University, Chance decided his place was helping his parents in their vision that Cleburne should have a family owned funeral establishment to serve its needs. He graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 2008.
Jim is a licensed funeral director and embalmer, graduating from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1990. He has been in the funeral business since 1987, mostly in the Johnson County area. Jim was working with Perry Rosser at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield and moved with the Rossers to open their new funeral home. After moving briefly to Ellis County, Jim returned to Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield prior to their sale to Higginbotham Funeral Homes of Texas and worked there until April of 2012 when he “came home” to Rosser Funeral Home. Jim and Michea reside in Cleburne and he has two children, son, Landon and daughter, Laighton, who works as an office assistant for the funeral home.
Mike is a licensed funeral director and has worked in the Cleburne area since 1998. He was formerly the President of Tree of Life Southwest. Upon retirement in 2004, Mike returned to the funeral business, where he had worked as a college student. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and of the Amarillo College of Funeral Science. Mike and Carol Robinius reside in Acton, Texas.
Stevie joined Rosser Funeral Home in September of 2005. Born and raised in Cleburne, Stevie is a 1978 CHS graduate and attended Tarleton State University before marrying her husband, Eric. They have two grown sons, Chance and Chaney. The Bergs are members of Friendship Baptist Church. Stevie is a member of the International Order of King’s Daughters & Sons and serves at local and state levels.
Leanne joined Rosser Funeral Home in 2002. She is a native of Cleburne and graduated from CHS in 1976. She graduated from Tarleton State University in December of 2010 with a BBA in accounting. She is married to Dayne Lamar and they have a daughter, Cassidy, a nurse in Austin, Texas; a son, Bo; who is in helicopter flight training in Alabama; and three grandchildren. The Lamars attend Cleburne Bible Church.
Melba graduated from CHS in 1954 and has lived in the Keene area for many years. She has been a licensed Pre-Need Family Service Counselor for over 20 years and has been with Rosser Funeral Home since 2001, also working visitations and services. Melba is active in the Keene Community; volunteers for Hospice; delivers Meals on Wheels; and is a member of the Crossroads Fellowship of Seventh-day Adventists Church in Joshua. She has two children, Ray and Jackie; seven step daughters; and 30 grandchildren. You may contact Melba at 817-933-0479.
G.O. is one of our licensed Pre-need counselors. He has over 26 years of experience in helping families pre-plan in advance. Pre-planning gives you "peace of mind that everything is handled according to your wishes." You can reach G.O. at 817-726-6513 to discuss the benefits of advanced planning. He is available to meet in your home or at Rosser Funeral Home.
Carolyn joined the Rosser team as a pre-need counselor in May 2012. She also works visitations and services. Carolyn, a retired CISD administrator and her husband, retired CHS basketball head coach, Jeff Cody, reside in Cleburne. They are members of Field Street Baptist Church and are very active in the community. They have two grown children, Donnie and Janet; and four grandchildren. You may contact Carolyn at 817-475-8359.
"Chock" Lockett graduated from CHS in 1952 and has been a lifelong resident of Cleburne. He retired from Santa Fe railroad after 42 years of service. Chock joined Rosser Funeral Home in 2007 and has been a valuable asset. He has two children, Renee and Alan.
"Sam", is a 2009 graduate of Grandview High School and a 2010 graduate of TSTC in Waco. She began working at Rosser Funeral Home in July of 2009 and has become a valuable member of the Rosser Funeral Home family.
Laighton has been working at Rosser Funeral Home since the spring of 2012. She loves working in the “funeral business” with her father, Jim. Laighton is a student at Midlothian High School.
Rosser Funeral Home is blessed to have assistants such as Marsha Lockett Maples, Joyce Emmert, Janis Maberry and Rosanne Leonard Nabors, who help families during visitation times and services.