Monroe City, Indiana Funeral Homes

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Monroe City, Indiana Funeral Homes
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Monroe City, Indiana 47557
(812) 743-2522
Monroe City, Indiana Obituaries and News
The fascinating history of Manhattan’s Chelsea Hotel February 21, 2017

His obituary in the New York Times by Sam Roberts called Bard ... The Chelsea has always been a center of artistic, cultural and bohemian activity. Built as one of the city’s first cooperative apartment houses in 1884, the Chelsea became a hotel ... (E TN Global Travel Industry News)

Roger E. Langworthy February 20, 2017

Marri and Maggie Robinson of New York City, Maddi Robinson of Glens Falls, and Haylie Langworthy of Oklahoma; his siblings, Paul Langworthy of Warrensburg, Stan Langworthy of Glens Falls, Carol Fuller of Warrensburg and Lynn Monroe of Brant Lake ... (Post-Star)

Dr. Donald L. Cooper February 18, 2017

He was one of two U.S. Team physicians for the World Games for the Deaf in Los Angeles and Mexico City. Among Doc's many firsts are ... Cooper Scholarship in Athletic Training Fund, 400 S. Monroe, Stillwater, OK 74074, or online at www.osugiving.com ... (Tulsa World)

John W. Parker February 16, 2017

ZIONSVILLE — John W. Parker, 81, of Zionsville, and formerly of Monroe City, passed away Feb. 16, 2017. John was a graduate of Patoka High School and proudly served in the Coast Guard. He retired from Roadway Express after more than 20 years, having ... (Princeton Daily Clarion)

Hope Catherine Opheikens Wood February 15, 2017

in Roy, Utah. A viewing for family and friends will be held prior to the services from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the church. Burial at Ogden City cemetery, 1875 Monroe Blvd, Ogden Utah. Arrangement entrusted to Sims Funeral Home Soda Springs, Idaho. (Ogden Standard-Examiner)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Waveland, Indiana
The workers always seem grumpy and like they are being put-out by our family both times I have been here for funerals. They also don't seem to like having children in their parlor even when they are a major part of our family. I was not overly impressed either time our family used their services.
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North Vernon, Indiana
DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS MAN! It's a good thing his primary customers are already dead, considering how he treats his live customers. In fact if you are unlucky enough to rent housing from him, you and your family may soon wind up as a customer at his funeral home. Perhaps that's the real reason he painted over and then refused to deal with *black mold* in a home he rents to a family with young children, two of whom have serious health problems. After consistently harassing (as in, peeking into their windows, sending *late-night* texts demanding to come over right then, ETC) he decided to tell cut off their water with NO warning. He is to pay utilities, the family has always paid their rent, this was uncalled for and illegal, especially in the middle of summer!!! The diabetic child cannot wash his hands before testing his blood glucose levels. He refuses to be reasonable and turn the water back on. Hmm, is business really that bad that you have to drum up more customers?"
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Alexandria, Indiana
On 10/18/2013 I gave a very strong negative review, As a result of the situation of not having ownership of my funeral policy I traveled from California to Indiana and staged a protest and picket in front of Owens Funeral Home, After three days Mike Owens came out and we had a 45 min conversation, We discovered we had both been deceived by a Jay Long, the trustee of a estate. Once Mr, Owens realized the truth and the facts he went to work and corrected the problem within one day, He called the insurance company and accomplished having the policy put into my name, I have been restored and made whole. THANK YOU Mike Owens
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Nashville, Indiana
I have been looking for the arrangements for Bob Shipley and can not find them. Have they not been posted as of yet
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Brook, Indiana
This was the first funeral home I had been to where I felt the funeral director was only interested in money. Small and not enough seats for everyone. He told me if I was going to stay that I needed to find a seat and sit. I informed him that there were not enough seats. He said there are 2. There were 20 of us standing. He tried to make the daughter of the deceased sit in the back. His "bed side manner" was terrible. He was rude and disrespectful. Telling everyone they needed to get to their cars after the service when they were paying their last respects. There were absolutely no one who lined up cars or even police to direct traffic going to the cemetary. He would speed up to 65 mph and many were left behind. They started the tent before everyone was there or even out of the cars. If you want a funeral home who appears to care for you, I do not recommend this Gerts Funeral Home in Brook, Indiana.
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