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Lakeville, Connecticut Funeral Homes
225 Main Street
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039
(860) 824-7350
Lakeville, Connecticut Obituaries and News
Sibyll G. (Scaife) Hadjis February 11, 2017

She is also survived by her sister Cynthia Lincoln Scaife Gordon, brother in-law Barclay Gordon and nephew Christopher Scaife Gordon, all of Lakeville, Connecticut. She was predeceased by her grandson James Joseph Hannan. A private service will be held by ... (Adirondack Daily Enterprise)

Thomas J. Colston January 28, 2017

In 1991, he and his wife retired to Connecticut, with stops in Lakeville, Heritage Village and settling in Salisbury. Mr. Colston was an active member of the Brooklyn Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He was editor of its monthly publication ... (American-Republican)

Robert D. Holland, 90 January 18, 2017

Peckham of Connecticut. He was the brother of the late Pauline Cavanuagh, Charles Holland Jr, Francis Holland, and Barbara Kosinski; and father of the late Kathleen Mary (Foye). He was also a previous resident of Lakeville, New Bedford, Dartmouth ... (South Coast Today)

James Byard Massengill January 13, 2017

Donations in memory of Jim may be made to the Hotchkiss School, 11 Interlaken Road, Lakeville, Connecticut 06039 ... and Fulton Massengill, M.D. in... Read obituary at New York Times. Virginia Gazette WILLIAMSBURG - James Byard Massengill, M.D., born ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)

Ann M. Cuddy January 03, 2017

When Ann was 15, her family moved to Lakeville, Connecticut. After college at Middlebury and Smith and some years in West Hartford, Ann returned to Lakeville where she lived until recently. There she raised horses, chickens, sheep, bees, and her three ... (Mail Tribune & Daily Tidings)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Bloomfield, Connecticut
Henry L. Fuqua Funeral Service has changed. The staff is not as warm as it was at onetime. What Happened? Also, there is no longer any personalization there. They use to pride temselves on the way the bodies look, but the bodies look terrible. Bring back Henry Fuqua and Joann Wiggin.
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Bridgeport, Connecticut
I recently can to knowledge of your funeral home through the media and the story regarding grieving parents attempted theft of their deceased son's ashes. I recently lost my infant son. I am disgusted with your funeral home. The funeral home that handled our son's services and cremation did not charge us a dime. They refused to accept any type of payment. Our of respect for us and what they recognized as such a significant loss they were willing to take the financial loss. Mesa Funeral Home in Grand Junction Colorado. You should take a lesson from them!!! It was an amazing gift to us to comfort us. Mr. Edgar Rodriguez to you personally, to say in your interview that you hope the family is able to find closure in their theft and not being able to get the sons ashes out of the country is terrible. That was a very mean and hurtful thing to say. How dare you use manipulation of grieve of these people's son to support your cause. And really you think you are a compassionate man to offer to reduce the fee. You should have never mentioned charging them in the first place!!!! I also understand how funeral homes work. They are a business and therefore need to make a profit. I have immediate family members who own and operate a funeral home. You sir only care about profit in the business. Your business clearly has no compassion for it's customers. This would be the last place on earth I would allow my loved ones to be handled.
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New Britain, Connecticut
Very disappointing service! Paul Shaker turned out to be a very arrogant and unprofessional funeral director, and he over charged us the amount originally agreed upon. During the funeral service, only four ushers from their funeral home came and could barely hold up the casket, leaving many of our family members gasping and hoping our (petite sized) loved one would not be dropped! If you are researching a professional funeral home, I would look elsewhere!
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Washington, Pennsylvania
Dealing with CR and his crew is like dealing with a bunch of poorly trained monkeys. My father died very suddenly, without any true preparation in funerary matters. So you'd think that Piatt&Barnhill would take the opportunity to do the best job they could. They didn't. Created by CR and his terrible toupee our questions were greeted by a series of bumbling "uhs" and "I don't know". If my father's body wasn't already in transit I would have walked out then and know now what I do, I should have. But that was only the beginning. After countless clerical errors on the death certificates, they refused to mail them to us. Demanding that we stop in and pick them up. For being in the business of helping alleviate stress and work during a time of grief theses people, they fail immensely.
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Felicity, Ohio
I was more than pleased with the personal attention our family was given. This country funeral home was amazing in the service they provided for my mother. Yes, I would recommend them to anyone wanting qualify service for a reasonable price. Thank you staff at the Mcintyre funeral home.
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