Hardy-Towns Funeral Home
Who We Are | Hardy-Towns Funeral Home

History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

The year was 2001.   Philip Hardy and his wife, Debbie Tripp Hardy purchased Horne Funeral Home from the Horne Family.  The Horne's had been in the funeral business since 1946 on College Street in Eastman.

Philip along with Jimmy Hendrix and others operated Hardy Funeral Home until 2003 when Hardy joined forces with Rick Towns of Towns Funeral Home in Alamo, Ga.  They joined forces and operated both locations from then til now.

In January of 2009 Hardy-Towns Funeral Home moved to a new Funeral Home on Oak Street in Eastman.  This funeral home is second to none, anywhere.  We are very proud of our facility and our staff, as we can handle any service, no matter how large or how small it may be.

Our Valued Staff

Philip Hardy

Philip Hardy, Funeral Director & General manager

Philip has served this community and others for over fifty years. He is a graduate of Dodge County High School and Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science. He is married to Debbie Tripp Hardy and they have three children and four grandchildren. He is a member of First United Methodist Church.

Andy Stuckey

Andy Stuckey, Funeral Director & Embalmer

Andy also has over fifty years experience serving the community. He and his wife Carol are members of Bethlehem Baptist Church and have one son, Lance and two grandchildren.

Lisa  Hardy

Lisa Hardy, Funeral Director and Embalmer

.Lisa Hardy is the daughter of Philip and Debbie Hardy, and the late Lynn Taylor Hardy. She is a lifelong resident of Eastman and a 1994 graduate of Dodge County High School. She has recently graduated from Walden University with her Masters of Science in Nursing and is pursuing a career as a family nurse practitioner. She is a member and pianist at Eastman First United Methodist Church. Lisa has served as a licensed funeral director and embalmer since 2010.

Craig Dominy

Craig Dominy, Apprentice Funeral Director

Craig is the son of Vicki and the late Glenn Dominy. He is currently attending Ogeechee Technical College pursuing a degree in Funeral Services. Craig is a lifelong resident of Eastman, GA. He is a 2003 graduate of Dodge County High School. Craig is an active member of the community and serves on various boards and committees. He is the President of the Dodge County Touchdown Club, Dodge County Farm Bureau board member, member of the Dodge County Young Farmers, and member of First Baptist Church of Eastman.
He is married to Tracy Barnette Dominy, formerly of Turner County, who is now an educator in the Dodge County School System. Craig is currently pursuing a degree in Mortuary Science.