Thomasville, Georgia Funeral Homes

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Thomasville, Georgia Funeral Homes
110 W Hansell
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
(229) 226-6331
631 Fletcher St
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
(229) 226-3645
622 N Broad St
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
(229) 226-5322
820 Wright St
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
(229) 226-4525
10451 Us Hwy 84 E
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
(229) 226-5621
Thomasville, Georgia Obituaries and News
Annie Merlene Tyndall Bullard, 83 February 06, 2017

Gary Brown and wife Beverly of Thomasville, N.C., Ronald Brown and wife Laura of Myrtle Beach, S.C., Kenneth Brown and wife Teresa of High Point, N.C., Richard Brown of Trinity, N.C., Jimmy Brown of Atlanta, Ga., and Carly Tanner and wife Sandra of ... (My Daily Record)

Whiddon-Shiver Funeral Home January 22, 2017

Ralph was born on June 16, 1935 and passed away on Saturday, January 21, 2017. Ralph was a resident of Thomasville, Georgia at the time of his passing. He graduated from the New York School. He was married to... (legacy.com)

Mrs. Ashley Quinette Weaver: Obituary January 04, 2017

Mrs. Ashley Quinette Weaver, age 43 of Ellijay, died Thursday January 5, 2017. Mrs. Weaver was born July 2, 1973, in Thomasville, Ga. She was a member of the Cherry Log Christian Church. Survivors include: husband; Dale Weaver, Parents, Charlie and Sandy ... (Fetch Your News)

Ms. Carolyn Louise Bridges: Obituary December 29, 2016

Ms. Carolyn Louise Bridges, age 70, of Thomasville, GA passed away December 30, 2016 at the Archbold Medical Center in Thomasville. Ms. Bridges was born June 2, 1946 in Fannin County, GA to the late Allen Hugh Bridges and the late Willa Mae Collins Bridges. (fannin.fetchyournews.com)

Hewett, Huey W. December 28, 2016

He is survived by daughter, Catherine Hewett Quimby of Panama City, Florida; son, Matthew Hewett and wife Darby of Thomasville; grandchildren, Daniel, Josh, Hannah, and David Quimby and Conner Hewett and sister, Jo Ann H. Gibson of Statesboro, Georgia. (Opelika-Auburn News)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Valdosta, Georgia
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Lincolnton, Georgia
The Beggs family are the nicest, most considerate people that we have ever dealt with. We had always patronized the old firm in town that has been in business for generations. We are glad that we made the right choice this time. Attentiive,compassionate, courteous, professional and first class. We wish that would expand into the Columbia County market.
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Soperton, Georgia
I was very pleased with the professionalism of the staff. Everyone was patient, empathetic, and understanding with our handling our family's needs.
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Buford, Georgia
I was very disappointed in this funeral home. I think they have a communication problem inside the funeral home. The owner was told not to do my moms makeup but when I arrived to do her hair and makeup I did not recognize my mom. A man must have applied the makeup because my mom looked like a clown. This was not the only problem we had. I would not recommend this funeral home to anyone. They make too many mistakes. A grieving family doesn't need additional stress...thought it was the duty of a funeral home to help relieve stress....not this one.
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Hazlehurst, Georgia
The comments about President Obama are anti American. This site should be to memorialize our loved ones who have passed, not for politics.
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