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

Established in 1935, The Rolfe family has always been pacesetters. Anna Rolfe, the sister of Robert H. Rolfe, was in the first student body and graduating class of Douglas High School. Robert H. Rolfe was in the land run of 1889.

He founded a broom factory that became the largest in the southwestern part of the United States, and he was instrumental in the purchase of the Mt. Rose Baptist Church which was later renamed Fifth Street Missionary Baptist Church.

Mr. Rolfe began another new business venture with an acquaintance named Mr. Hallie Williams, starting the Rolfe & Williams Funeral Home. Several years later he bought Mr. Williams share of the partnership and renamed it Rolfe Funeral Home.

After completing mortuary school, his sons Walter T. Rolfe, Henry R. Rolfe Sr., & John R. Rolfe Sr., joined him under the mortuary’s new incorporated name Rolfe Funeral Home Inc. 

Our Valued Staff

Mr. John H.  Adams Sr.

Mr. John H. Adams Sr., Retired

Mr. Jimmie D.  Boldien, Jr. CFSP

Mr. Jimmie D. Boldien, Jr. CFSP, CEO/Certified Funeral Director / Embalmer

Mrs. Joe  Anna Sicard.

Mrs. Joe Anna Sicard., President/Licensed Mortician / Pre-Need and At-Need Arrangement Insurance/ Monument Sales

Ms. Cynthia Armstrong

Ms. Cynthia Armstrong, Licensed Funeral Director

Mr. Colin P. Boldien

Mr. Colin P. Boldien, Licensed Funeral Director/Embalmer

Mr. Ricky L. Harris lll

Mr. Ricky L. Harris lll, Apprentice / Staff

Mrs. LaWanda Colbert

Mrs. LaWanda Colbert, Licensed Funeral Director