Testimonials

We receive many letters from the families we've served, thanking us for our caring ways during their time of loss. Their words warm our hearts, and speak to you of our professionalism, compassion, and the true value of the services we provide.

Finding myself in need of services, knowing what my mother's wishes were, I found great relief and care with Austin Natural Funerals. The care and concern I was shown along with the respect for our situation put me at ease at a time when I needed it the most. Campbell was compassionate, organized and supportive as she assured me that "Mom" was safe and sound and I had nothing to worry about. Campbell renewed my optimism about people not just doing a job but rather looking out for those in need. I am so grateful for choosing Austin Natural Funerals but but more for their wisdom in hiring Campbell. I hope whoever reads this knows that both Mitzi and Campbell are there for you and your loved one.

Joel Yusim March 24, 2021

We are very grateful to Mitzi and Austin Natural Funerals. Mitzi and her staff were extremely helpful and accommodating as we buried our loved one. We didn't have much time to make our plans but Mitzi helped us so much and made everything go smoothly. She was kind and respectful.

Nancy June 23, 2018

In the midst of our grief, Mitzi and Campbell guided us compassionately through the process of laying our precious son to rest. They helped us reconnect with jewish clergy and the traditions of a jewish burial. This was so important to us. We could not have done it without them. Our gratitude is endless.

Susan Phillips March 20, 2020

We have had the pleasure of working with Mitzi Chafetz for 10 years as our dedicated and trusted Funeral Director. Mitzi has consistently been there for us in our most pressing needs -- with knowledge, compassion, and professionalism. She truly cares for our needs, shares our core values, and is here for us. We recommend that Mitzi is our first call in this important time -- thus offering unparalleled care for us and supporting local business in Austin (as well as Mitzi's bold vision).

Rabbi Neil Blumofe April 28, 2018