Danville, Illinois Funeral Homes

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Danville, Illinois Funeral Homes
10 East Williams Street
Danville, Illinois 61832
(217) 442-4300
314 N Washington Avenue
Danville, Illinois 61832
(217) 442-3483
3550 North Vermilion Street
Danville, Illinois 61832
(217) 443-1234
304 E Williams Street
Danville, Illinois 61832
(217) 442-2667
3940 North Vermilion Street
Danville, Illinois 61834
(217) 442-2874
Danville, Illinois Obituaries and News
Carol Sims February 06, 2017

17, 1957, in Danville, the daughter of Roy “Whitey” Howard and Margaret ... In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Community Cancer Center, 407 E. Vernon Ave., Normal, IL 61761, or to the Advocate Bromenn Hospice program, 1322 S. (Pantagraph)

Steven C Brown February 04, 2017

Danville - Steven C. Brown, 35, of Danville, passed away at 12:02 pm Sunday, February 5, 2017 in Danville. He was born on March 19, 1981 in Urbana, IL the son of Steven E. and Jean M. Hall Brown. He will be sadly missed by his parents of Danville ... (Commercial News)

Gene Afdahl January 25, 2017

Gene Afdahl passed away peacefully January 26, 2017 at home in Peoria, AZ. Gene was born Norman Gene Afdahl, on March 17, 1938, in Danville, Illinois. His family moved to Redfield, SD where he grew up. He joined the National Guard at an early age and loved ... (Jamestown Sun)

Mary Bonebrake January 30, 2017

Mary requested in lieu of flowers memorials be made to Danville First United Methodist Church, 1400 N. Vermilion, Danville, IL 61832. Mary's services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, at Pape Family Funeral Home with visitation 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday. (Commercial News)

Jean Paul Lushin January 30, 2017

Jean married the love of his life, Sandra Beck on May 17, 1958, in Danville, Illinois, and she survives. Jean lived his whole life in Kokomo where he was a pillar in the community, known for his endless compassion for others and love for his family. (Kokomo Perspective)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Savoy, Illinois
I would so like to make a donation in honour of my friend who passed away two days ago; however, all that is possible is thye purchase of flowers - how very disappointing
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Melrose Park, Illinois
Terrible service, untrustworthy, state closed him down for nonpayment
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Homewood, Illinois
Tews Funeral Home & Ryans Funeral Home are owned & operated by the same person, Mike Ryan. Please beware! Tews Funeral Home gave some of our sons ashes, after cremation, to people who attended the service without asking permission. We did not find this out until months later. My husband was never asked. IT WOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN AUTHORIZED. One of the people who received the ashes was his x-girlfriend. We feel she is part of the reason he is not with us anymore. My husband feels so violated. After finally getting ahold of Mt. Ryan, he kept beating around the bush and would not answer. Please beware. We wouldn't want this to happen to anyone else.
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Pleasant Hill, Illinois
Our family has been taken care of by this funeral home for 40 years or more and we've never had a complaint. Mr. Lummis makes the entire ordeal easier and helps with so many of the minute details.
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Geneva, Illinois
May 13, 2013 was my Dads wake, let me tell ya Dennis could not have made us more comfortable then what he did. He paid attention to all the details, large and small; under the circumstances it is a comfort to have someone looking over these things. We had 90+ attend the wake and many people asked me if we personally knew Dennis and those who worked for him, I said no but that's how they treated all of us.
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