In 1917 William S. and Catherine W. Holley founded Holley and Sons Funeral Home. In 1955 John P. Holley, Sr. decided to continue the tradition and renamed the family business J.P. Holley Funeral Home.
John P. Holley, Jr. continued that leadership in the third generation until his death in 2003 and now in our fourth generation of service and under the leadership of Johnathan P. and Joya D. Holley, our tradition of caring continues. Richland County and surrounding areas consider us to be a shoulder they can lean on.
As you face the loss of a loved one, our wish at J. P. Holley Funeral Home is to help you celebrate a life well-lived, by providing a final tribute worthy of the individual.
We understand that during this time of transition, your family‘s wishes and traditions have never been more important. The right funeral services can make all the difference in helping your family to grieve while honoring the memory of a loved one. Our mission is to guide and assist you in creating the most fitting and beautiful services that will be remembered for years to come.
You can trust our expertise when it comes to planning final arrangements that require the upmost attention to form and detail. Over the years, we have had the privilege of serving many distinguished individuals, including educators, medical physicians, police officers, military and government officials. We work closely with families to incorporate any special observances or customs. We are adept at handling funerals where a large attendance is expected, and we take great care to ensure the comfort and convenience of all.
We make this difficult time less stressful for your family by handling many of the details for you, so you can focus on healing and adjusting to the changes in your lives. We strive to be the most caring and professional funeral organization in the area, and we are honored to help preserve your family's legacy of memories for the next generation.