Warren-Brown Funeral Home
"In 1996 the Brown family purchased the WARREN FUNERAL HOME in Nelsonville, Ohio from W. W. Warren Jr.. The Brown family, having been originally from the Murray City, Ohio area, had for many years a close relationship with the Nelsonville area. In an effort to ensure that the people of Nelsonville would continue to have a choice and to continue to be served with quality service the Brown family took over operations at the Warren funeral Home on January 1, 1996. Wib Warren stayed with the firm in a part-time role for several years to ensure a smooth transition before fully retiring. The WARREN FUNERAL HOME was started in the early 1930's by W.W. Warren Sr., who was later joined by his son W.W. Warren Jr.. After W.W. Warren Sr.'s death, Wib continued to operate the funeral home until selling the business in 1996. Over the past years the Brown's and the Warren's had a close relationship, helping each other out when needed with the operation of their funeral homes. When the funeral home changed hands in 1996 the transition was smooth in part due to the fact that the Brown's were fimiliar with the people and the facility. Since that time, many changes have taken place, on both the interior and exterior of the building. Complete redecorating on the inside, expanded parking outside and a redecorated casket selection room are a few of the improvements. In addition, the MURRAY CITY MONUMENT COMPANY line of monuments have been added as a service to the families that we serve at Nelsonville. The funeral directors serving Nelsonville at the WARREN-BROWN FUNERAL HOME are David P. Brown, Gregory K. Brown, Randy E. Hardman and William G. Hebblethwaite. The funeral home is now known as the WARREN-BROWN FUNERAL HOME, leaving the Warren name in honor of the many years of hard work and service to Nelsonville by the Warren family. The Brown family is committed to providing quality service at reasonable prices to our friends and neighbors in Nelsonville and the surrounding area, remaining a family owned and operated funeral home for many years to come."