Alexander Broussard was born in 1861 on Taylor’s Bayou, south of Beaumont to Sevenne and Belzire Broussard. The Broussards had moved to southeast Texas in the 1840’s, and had established large ranching operations in Jefferson and Chambers Counties. Alexander’s keen sense of livestock led him to open A. Broussard Livery Stable, and in the late 1800's began providing undertaking services. In the early 1890’s, he opened the first funeral parlor in Southeast Texas and began a five generation tradition of caring and service to the area.
The cremation of someone represents a final disposition alternative to earth burial. The services listed below outline the general choices Southeast Texas families select when choosing cremation for a member of their family. Any of these selections can be, and should be personalized to meet the needs of those it will ultimately benefit, your family. Our family is available to assist you with any of your questions or concerns.
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Broussard's Mortuary is located 0.18 miles from downtown Nederland.
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