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Monroeville, Indiana Funeral Homes
111 South Water Street
Monroeville, Indiana 46773
(260) 623-3279
Monroeville, Indiana Obituaries and News
Robert Dale Elder February 28, 2017

He lived on a farm for several years in Fireside, then built a new home in rural Monroeville. In 2008 he moved to Norwalk where he resided until two years ago when he moved to The Willows at Bellevue. The family would like to thank The Willows staff for ... (Norwalk Reflector)


Born and raised in Pittsburgh in 1938, he was the son of Bud and Margaret (Obringer) Noullet. Mr. Noullet was raised in Carrick and resided on Monroeville. After graduating from St. Basil's High School in 1956, he went to work as a clerk for Duquesne Light ... (

Hazel I. White February 23, 2017

(Margie) White of Norwalk, Ohio, William E. White of Norwalk, Ohio, Kenneth R. (Rhonda) White of Monroeville, Ohio, Michael (Denise) White of Monroeville, Ohio, and Patsy Irene (Sarge) Garcia of Green Springs, Ohio, by 12 grandchildren, and 18 Great ... (Norwalk Reflector)

Karen Marie (Minnig) Payne February 17, 2017

Diane Feathers of Monroeville, Indiana, her mother-in-law and stepfather-in-law, Mary Jeanne (Bob) Deist, and grandchildren, Arianna, Alysia, Alex, Graham, Kaylee, Sophia, Skyler and Lincoln. She was preceded in death by one child, Jesse Adkins ... (Times Bulletin)

Timothy Eads February 15, 2017

Indiana. He is survived by his wife; two children, Rendall Eads of North Hollywood, California, and Courtney (Sean Anthony) Eads of Gahanna; and three brothers, Randy (Pam) Eads of Monroeville, Wayne (Annette) Eads of Columbia, South Carolina, and Mike ... (The Advertiser-Tribune)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Coatesville, Indiana
Excellent funeral home. All aspects were handled very well. I recommend them without reservation.

Corydon, Indiana
May I read again my condolence sent to Paul David Reynolds?

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.

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.

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.