History

Established in May of 1940, by the late Mr. and Mrs. George B. Sosebee. George and Allie Sosebee took a step of faith when starting Sosebee Funeral Home to serve the families of Cherokee County. In 1972, George "Norman" Sosebee bought the funeral home from his father. Norman relocated the funeral home from Elizabeth St. to our current location 191 Jarvis street in 1977 where the funeral home has been blessed and grown under his leadership.

In spring of 2009, Norman sold the funeral home to Casey Guyton, who has been with Norman since 1997 and has been the General Manager since 2002. Casey is originally from Cartersville and moved to the Clayton Community in 2004.
Today, we still operate under the same practices of Mr. Sosebee. Those practices are to serve every family with personal care and to offer services within the means of every family.

I am honored and privileged to carry on not only the Sosebee Funeral Home name but also the beliefs and practices that Mr. George Sosebee began in 1940 and that Norman Sosebee has carried on for the last 32 years. Norman Sosebee has been a blessing to many families and he is a wonderful blessing and influence in my life, I am thankful that I still have the opportunity to work with him everyday. I welcome you to contact me with any questions you have concerning Sosebee Funeral Home. Thank you for allowing Sosebee Funeral Home the honor of serving since 1940.