The men of Hightower Family Funeral Homes from left to right: Third generation Funeral Director, Bill Hightower, second generation Funeral Director, Richard Hightower and third generation Funeral Director, Bryant Hightower. Bryant's daughter, Cason Hightower, is currently in mortuary school and is Hightower Family Funeral Homes' fourth generation serving the West Georgia community.
Cason. I think that is what makes us different. Not many businesses can say they have been blessed to serve their community for 90 years and span four generations.
a community that is fortunate to have outstanding school systems, access to wonderful healthcare, growing business opportunities and in return, a great quality of life.
WGW: As an advertiser, what was it about West Georgia Woman that drew you to it?
WGW: What is your favorite thing about living or working in West Georgia?
BH: As the father of three daughters, I know and appreciate the value of women in our community, businesses and homes. West Georgia Woman magazine is a great community resource for women, and we couldnâ€™t pass up being a part of such an awesome publication.
BH: I am proud that I could raise my family in the same area that I grew up. West Georgia still has the feel of a small town, but we are growing! With growth comes diversity, and with diversity, there are new ideas. Those ideas strengthen our community and give us advantages. I am thankful that we live in an area with a wonderful university and technical college system. We should be excited about the ideas and passions coming from students in the University of West Georgia and West Georgia Technical College. We need to support those students so that in return, they will support our community.
WGW: If you could provide one message to the readers of West Georgia Woman magazine, what would it be? BH: I want the readers to know how lucky we are to live in a community like West Georgia. We are
West Georgia's only women's lifestyle magazine, and the most read, popular and preferred magazine in West Georgia.