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Madison, Indiana Funeral Homes
423 W Main Street
Madison, Indiana 47250
(812) 265-4021
325 Demaree Drive
Madison, Indiana 47250
(812) 265-5577
402 W Main Street
Madison, Indiana 47250
(812) 265-5112
Madison, Indiana Obituaries and News
Carl Granville Vannoy February 17, 2017

He was also a board member of James Madison Days and the Girl Scout Council ... Mr. Beau Granville Padgett of Madisonville and Dr. Laurie Markle Sloop Ziliak of Haubstadt, Indiana; and seven great-grandchildren. Services will be held privately by Barnett ... (The Messenger)

Elizabeth A. Schaefer, 85, New Lisbon February 17, 2017

and then continued her education at UW Madison. After school, she was united in marriage to Wilbur Schaefer, June 28, 1952, in Pewaukee and then they moved to Waukesha. They later lived in Nashville, Tennessee, Alexandria, Indiana and then moved back home ... (WisNews)

Raymond Smullyan; created logic puzzles February 15, 2017

Smullyan, a mathematician and prolific puzzle creator, taught at Princeton University, Yeshiva University, the City University of New York, and Indiana University ... a mathematics professor at James Madison University, who edited a book in 2015 ... (The Boston Globe)

Dorothy J. Mitchell February 15, 2017

MADISON/Dorothy J. Mitchell, 85, passed away peacefully following a brief illness. She was born in Darien, WI on October 25, 1931 to the late Noah and Martha (Kargel) Cornelison. She married William Russell Mitchell in Indiana on April 3, 1950. Dorothy is ... (Channel 3000)

Karen M. Boehme February 14, 2017

daughter of the late Edgar Boehme and Iola Mecker Boehme. Karen graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana. After moving to Stoughton, she started working at Madison General, now Meriter, in the department of dietetics. She retired from Meriter ... (

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Funeral Home Reviews
Terre Haute, Indiana
The entire staff is exceptional ...They handled this sad time with grace and compassion...thank you.

Sullivan, Indiana
I'd give this place 0 stars if I could. The man running the place is the rudest person I've ever met. He started taking flowers off my Nanny's casket and packing her up while we were still in the funeral home crying. He and his staff made laying my Nanny to rest an absolutely horrible experience.

Sharpsville, Indiana
On 12/5/12, I attended Ocie Sear's funeral. I'm not sure if you are aware of this, but as I sat there during the service, I vowed I would let you know. During the service, I became very, very upset with the noise coming from the office area. Do you realize that during Ocie's funeral, your phone rang THREE times. People came in and out multiple times. People were talking loud enough that I could hear their conversations in the service. I find it EXTREMELY disrespectful to the people who are grieving their loved ones. If that's going to be happening, at least shut the double doors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Valparaiso, Indiana
Callous and unprofessional. They made a difficult time that much harder by their lack of helpfulness, lack of compassion and lack of respect shown to our family and our deceased loved one. I can give many examples but the three most hurtful were never offering their condolences to our family, never calling to let us know the cremation was complete, and, the most serious of the three, shipping our loved one's ashes to us in a used shoe box. They should not be in business.

Alexandria, Indiana
Owens Funeral Home owner Mike Owens is a very clever man who gains a persons CONFIDENCE, then secretly changes the deal giving himself great advantage. If you must deal with him hire a good probate attorney, if not go to a different funeral home. Be careful he owns three in Alexandria and one in Summitville plus the Alexandria grave yard. I found him to be extremely dishonest and manipulative. I lost several thousand dollars.