Southbury, Connecticut Funeral Homes

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Southbury, Connecticut Funeral Homes
750 Main St S
Southbury, Connecticut 06488
(203) 264-1991
Main St N
Southbury, Connecticut 06488
(203) 263-2146
Southbury, Connecticut Obituaries and News
Anne D. Hurban February 15, 2017

She enjoyed working at Waterbury Undergarment, Universal Rubber Shop in Naugatuck, and Southbury Training School ... 50 Charles St., Waterbury, CT 06708. To leave online condolences, please visit us at www.colasantofh.com. (American-Republican)

Obituary: George Reid, 97 February 08, 2017

The family is extremely grateful to the staff of the Pomperaug Health Care Center in Southbury for the compassionate care provided ... 31 West Church Street, Georgetown, CT 06829. (wiltonbulletin.com)

Obituary: Nancy Joyce Schoeck, 69, of Southbury February 06, 2017

Born in Bridgeport and raised in Fairfield, Nancy was a Southbury resident for 45 years. Ms. Schoeck was a graduate of Roger Ludlowe High School and Central Connecticut State University. Nancy worked as an elementary school teacher at Frank T. Wheeler ... (Patch)

Ernest R. Keller November 26, 2016

Ernest R. Keller, 96, passed away on November 27th in Southbury, Connecticut. He was born in Fairfield, Connecticut to the late Frank and Mary Keller on December 9th, 1919. He was a marksman in the Army and had his pilot's license. He became a Millright ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)

Obituary: Edwina “Wini” Elliott Moreland, of Southbury, formerly of Trumbull October 24, 2016

Edwina “Wini” Elliott Moreland, of Southbury, formerly of Trumbull and Danbury, wife of Parker E. Moreland Jr., died Oct. 23, at home. Born June 27, 1934, in Fort Worth, Texas, daughter of the late Ora Leveridge Elliott and Edwin A. Elliott. (trumbulltimes.com)


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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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Kilmarnock, Virginia
Trying to find dead certificate for Miss Alica Ball 619 Black Stump road, Father Joseph Ball, mother Edna Ball. (301) 848-8188
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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.
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