Prater-Lampton-Mills & Coffey Funeral Home started out in 1926 as Campbell Funeral Home, which functioned as a family Funeral Home and Ambulance Service. In 1958, Bill Lampton purchased the funeral home, thus making it Lampton-Campbell Funeral Home. In 1972, Jim Mills acquired Lampton-Campbell Funeral Home, renaming it Lampton-Mills Funeral Home. A few years later in 1976, Coffey Funeral Home, also in Hugo, was acquired by Jim Mills, enabling him with two locations in Hugo. In 1985, the two locations were combined at 216 E. Jackson Street in Hugo as Lampton-Mills & Coffey, where the funeral home facilities continue to this day. In 1994, Don Prater became General Manager of the funeral home, making it Prater-Lampton-Mills & Coffey Funeral Home.In 2006, Shain Family Funeral Service, Inc. bought the funeral home, thus bringing it back as a family-owned funeral home in the community of Hugo.
At Prater-Lampton-Mills & Coffey Funeral Home, we have striven for years to bring the community of Hugo and Choctaw County the best possible service that we can offer at the most reasonable price that we can. We take pride in the fact that we can answer any questions that you may have and complete any task, no matter how large or small, in our effort to better serve you. Each service that we perform is personalized for each family’s needs. As the years have brought new technologies and demands, we take pride in keeping abreast, offering new ways for families to celebrate the life of their loved ones. We hold great honor in the fact that we regard each individual as family, and we make every effort to treat them as we would our own. We have served members of various faiths and ethnicities, and we continue to do so. As we have served all families in the past with dignity, respect, and honor, our promise to you is that we will continue to serve you in your time of need, and we would sincerely appreciate the opportunity to serve you.