Our Mission

At Christian Benevolent Funeral Home, our mission is to provide you and your loved one superior service in every aspect of funeral care.

We are committed to the belief that we are here to assist in your grieving process by offering excellent service in a timely, compassionate, and cost effective manner.

CBFH Staff

Beverly Cooper
Vice President
Ronnie Blackmon
Managing Funeral Director

Vandoris Bridgett
Office Administrator
Jennifer Floyd
Funeral Director

Samuel Boggan
Funeral Attendant
Bernard Howard
Funeral Attendant
Woodrow Hudson
Funeral Attendant
Nathaniel Jones
Funeral Attendant

Judy Cunningham
Funeral Attendant

Richard Johnson
Funeral Attendant
Devon Gales
Funeral Attendant

Laurence Hall
 Funeral Attendant

Loren Scott
Family Services Counselor
Frances Sheard
Pre-Need Specialist

Mark your Calendar

Save the date!
Friday, February 26
Veterans Job -a Palooza
Ft. Whiting Auditorium
To learn more or inquire 
about vendor registration, 

Thursday, April 21
South Alabama Regional Planning Commission Jobs Fair

The Grounds
Employers seeking workers  will have the opportunity to  meet with hundreds of applicants. 
To reserve your booth today,email  
or fax to (251) 433-0148


Congrats Dr. Melody Tucker on your Milken Educator Award along with a $25,000 prize. Tucker was the only teacher in Alabama this year to win the prestigious award, known as the "Oscars of Teaching." 

To read the entire article posted on the Mobile County Public School's website,  click here.

Happy Mardi Gras

Happy Mardi Gras. Mobile is known as
Beverly Cooper
the Birthplace of Mardi Gras. During this time Mobilians let their hair down, celebrate the season and let the good times roll.
In the midst of the pageantry, Mardi Gras Balls, and parades, remember to stay alert, have fun and enjoy the season. L aissez les bons temps rouler!

  • Jan. 28 (Thursday) - Order of Polka Dots,  Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Jan. 29 (Friday) - Order of Inca,Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Jan. 30 (Saturday afternoon) - Mobile Mystics and Mobile Mystical Revelers, Route A, 2 p.m.
  • Jan. 30 (Saturday evening) - Maids of Mirth, Order of Butterfly Maidens and Krewe of Marry Mates, Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Jan. 31 (Sunday) - Neptune's Daughters and OOI, Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Feb. 1 (Monday) - Order of Venus and Order of Many Faces, Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Feb. 2 (Tuesday) - Order of LaShe's, Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Feb. 4 (Thursday) - Mystic Stripers Society, Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Feb. 5 (Friday) - Crewe of Columbus,Route A, 6:30 p.m.
  • Feb. 6 (Saturday afternoon) - Mobile Carnival Association Floral Parade, Knights of Mobile, Mobile Mystical Ladies, Order of Angels, noon, Route A.
  • Feb. 6 (Saturday evening) - Mystics of Time, Route A, 6 p.m.
  • Feb. 7/Joe Cain Day (Sunday afternoon) - King Elexis Parade, 2 p.m. Route E. Joe Cain Parading Society and Joe Cain Marching Society, Route A, 2:30 p.m.
  • Feb. 7/Joe Cain Day (Sunday evening) - Le Krewe de Bienville, Route A, 5 p.m.
  • Feb. 8/Lundi Gras (Monday afternoon) - King Felix & Floral Parade, noon, Route A. MLK Business & Civic, Monday Mystics, Northside Merchants, 3 p.m., Route D.
  • Feb. 8/Lundi Gras (Monday evening) - Infant Mystics, Order of Doves, 7 p.m., Route F.
  • Feb. 9/Mardi Gras (Tuesday morning) -      Order of Athena, 10:30 a.m., Route A.
  • Feb. 9/Mardi Gras (Tuesday afternoon) - Knights of Revelry, King Felix, Comic Cowboys, 12:30 p.m., Route A. MAMGA Mammoth Parade, 2 p.m., Route B.
  • Feb. 9/Mardi Gras (Tuesday evening) - Order of Myths, 6 p.m., Route C.

Apps to download:  

FOX 10 Float Tracker

Mobile Mask

Other Resources:


Dr. Martin
King, Jr.

On Monday, January 18, the nation paused to celebrate the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr. by participating in a National Day of Service.  The Day of  Service was an opportunity to serve others and assist non-profit organizations with various projects. 

Dr. King believed in serving others and fought for rights of all americans. He dreamed of a day where references to a black America or a White America is replaced with one America. He fought to live in a country united by faith and the belief that all men are created equal. 

Dr. King's dream is partly fulfilled and progress has been made. Yet,  additional work is needed in order to complete his dream as evidenced in an article Dr. King wrote for Ebony Magazine  in 1966 entitled "Nonviolence: The Only Road to Freedom." His article challenged others to defeat violent acts perpetrated by those resistant to change with acts of goodwill. 
"There is no easy way to create a world where men and women can live together... But if such a world is created in our lifetime, it will be done by rejecting the racism, materialism, and violence that has characterized Western civilization and especially by working toward a world of brotherhood, cooperation, and peace," Dr.  Martin Luther King, Jr.

Check out the MLK Day of Service