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Milford, Connecticut Funeral Homes
107 Broad St
Milford, Connecticut 06460
(203) 874-0268
135 Broad St
Milford, Connecticut 06460
(203) 874-2588
Milford, Connecticut Obituaries and News
Obituary: Lorraine Warren Trueman, 91, of Milford February 17, 2017

She was born in Milford, CT on July 1, 1925 to the late Harry and Mildred Booth Warren. Lorraine was a member of the Milford Hospital Auxiliary for over 50 years contributing more than 1,500 hours and a volunteer for the American Red Cross. (

Jan A. Griska February 16, 2017

and daughter Dawn Griska and husband Lyle Hinckley of Milford, NH, a brother Dr Joel Griska and wife Dr Linda Griska of Penn Valley, PA and brother Jason Griska and wife Karen Griska of Litchfield, CT. He also leaves many cousins, nieces and nephews. (The Cabinet Press)

Obituary: Victoria Bartkevicius Johnson, 90, of Milford February 13, 2017

Victoria graduated from Milford High School and New Britain Teachers College (now C.C.S.U.). There, she met her late husband. They were married for 58 years until his passing. A long time teacher in the Milford School System, she taught business education ... (Patch)

Obituary: Carol Ann Kish Marino, 74, teacher, Shelton Public School system February 13, 2017

Born in Milford on Feb. 4, 1943, daughter of the late William Bernard ... Memorial contributions: Carol Marino Scholarship Fund to Perry Hill School, 60 Perry Hill Rd., Shelton, CT 06484. Wakelee Memorial Funeral Home, Ansonia. No related posts. (Shelton Herald)

Cody-White Funeral Home February 12, 2017

Creevy, Emma Emma Creevy, 95, of Milford, CT, beloved wife of the late Edward J. Creevy, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 11, 2017. Born on January 19, 1922 in Monroe, CT she was the daughter of the late... (

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Funeral Home Reviews
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.

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.

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!

Bandon, Oregon
Our family attended the service for Mary Hildebrand on Thursday the 3rd of January, 2013. The front cover of the folder was done beautifully with a picture. Then I opened the folder! The Twenty-third Psalm was on the left side covering another picture of the husband and wife. The right side, said that service was at 1:00 a.m. REALLY....Casket Bearers names, were in correct...first name and last...double wrong. Oh and the back, which could have had the darling picture of the couple, that was covered in words....was blank! Proofing is a must in this business, it will save many tears.

Scranton, Pennsylvania
you will be very pleased with Frank and his family and threatment you get at a time in your life when you need it the most,their attention to detail takes the biggest burden off your shoulders, Frank has taken care of all of our family funerals and exactly for the reasons stated above, i didn't think it could be any better but now with his son in the business with him i see this family headed for generations to come, thank you Frank for helping my family , the burdens taken off our family were immense God Bless you and your family. Sincerly Faith Biscontini