Madera, California Funeral Homes

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Madera, California Funeral Homes
1121 Roberts Ave
Madera, California 93637
(559) 674-8814
17408 Road 26
Madera, California 93638
(559) 674-5606
801 E Yosemite Ave
Madera, California 93638
(559) 662-8825
Madera, California Obituaries and News
Obituaries for Monday, Feb. 27 February 25, 2017

GASSMAN — Hazel Marie Gassman, 98, of Madera died Feb. 20. She was a homemaker. Services were held. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California. SANCHEZ — Cecil Sanchez, 81, of Fresno died Feb. 19. He was a farmer for 49 years. Rosary and Mass ... (Fresno Bee)

Maria “Madera“ (Esposito) Di Bartolomeo February 11, 2017

Di BARTOLOMEO, Maria “Madera“ (Esposito) - It is with profound sadness to ... Online condolences available at 10978738 (

Obituary Notice: P. William Capatch January 24, 2017

P. William Capatch, 101, of Madera died at Christ the King Manor on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. He was born April 18, 1915 in Morrisdale, a son of the late James F. and Anna Marie (Cornetto) Capatch. Mr. Capatch graduated from the former Bigler Township High ... (Gant Daily)

Obituary - Marie Riley Capps January 16, 2017

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband James; and eight brothers and sisters. She is survived by her children Harold and wife Donna of Madera, Mark and wife Diana, also of Madera, and Michelle Menefee and Rodney of Selma; eight grandchildren ... (Sierra Star)

William Alvin Black January 13, 2017

Mr Black died Tuesday night of last week at a Madera hospital. The deceased had lived in the Dairyland district the past eight years, was a native of Arkansas and had lived in California for 17 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Myrtle M. Black. (

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Funeral Home Reviews
Calexico, California
Recently had an uncle pass in southern California and Hems Brothers went above and beyond in their handling of my uncles service and cremation.The lady on the phone that spoke with myself and my mother was very pleasant and helpful in providing us with all the information we needed. Even went as far as too call my mother and let her know her flowers had arrived in time for the service. Would highly recommend them in anyone's time of need. 5 Star. I did not catch the young ladies name but she should deserves a raise. Thanks again!

Oxnard, California
what happened to this place? we paid for services and now i cant get in contact with them.. pls respond

San Diego, California
Short and sweet; this is a business obviously under the influence of a caring mother and grandmother. Mrs. Williams cares more about getting your family through a difficult time than she does about how much you're spending. A mortuary is no place to visit but if you must, go where they care and where you won't get taken advantage of.

Modesto, California
Oh my goodness!!!! I do not think I have ever been spoken to so rude in my entire life! My father recently passed away I live out of state but spent about a week in California after his death and then returned home. I called to speak with Cunninghams and was basically told I was a bad person because I do not live in the state and why was I not there when my father died. This man needs to find another profession and should not deal with people period. He is heartless!

Pittsburg, California
not what i thought...