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Keosauqua, Iowa Funeral Homes
701 Broad Street
Keosauqua, Iowa 52565
(319) 293-3531
Keosauqua, Iowa Obituaries and News
Bringing Tuesday back January 31, 2017

“My mother-in-law, who is 94, looks for obituaries and sees her friends ... The Ogdens had migrated to Iowa in 1846 to start a business, probably in Keosauqua. On his way to Keosauqua, Robert Ogden saw the steamboat “Lucy Bertram” bound for ... (The Daily Gate City)

Obituaries: Earnestine Boos January 30, 2017

2017 at Keosauqua Health Care Center. She was born October 8, 1927 in Purdy Iowa to Theodore and Mildred Wilson Foster. Earnestine graduated from Melcher-Dallas High School in 1945 and from Drake University. She had worked for Des Moines Public ... (

Richard ‘Dick’ J. Morrow January 22, 2017

The last of three siblings, Dick was born Sept. 3, 1929, in Wall Lake, Iowa, to parents James Archibald and Emily Stewart Patterson Morrow. He graduated from Keosauqua (Iowa) High School and Iowa State College with a degree in agricultural engineering. (Quad-Cities Times)

John Clifford Hardin January 16, 2017

of Keosauqua, Iowa, and Lee Hardin and his wife, Pat, of Spring, Texas; three sisters, Jane Hullinger of Humeston, Iowa, Ginny Wagner and her husband, Randy, of Olathe, Kansas, and Ellen Hardin and Rhonda of Steilacoom, WA; 11 grandchildren, Candy ... (Mtn. Grove News-Journal)

Max E. Canfield, 93 April 25, 2015

During his military career, he married the love of his life, Grace Elizabeth Anderson at the United Methodist Church in Keosauqua, Iowa, on July 28th, of 1944. They made their home in Marshalltown where Max cut generations of hair until his retirement in ... (Times-Republican)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Ames, Iowa
My parents passed away recently. We used stevens funeral home both times. For my fathers memorial they rushed us and cut the memorial short by 35 minutes. People showed up after we were rushed out of there... They didnt allow people to get up and speak about my father because they were in such a hurry for us to leave early. We paid ahead of time for burial of the urns... After 3 months there is still no name on the burial site, even though plaques were paid for ahead of time.... Wish we would have gone elsewhere! Very unhappy! Also the building is very small and not well set up to have a funeral.

Sergeant Bluff, Iowa

Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Horrible, devastating experience. Wish they had negative marks for funeral directors.

Westerville, Ohio
We highly recommend the Hill Funeral Home in Westerville. Their professionalism and sympathy are outstanding!

Glen Burnie, Maryland
I would NEVER recommend this funeral home to anyone. I would never want a family to experience what mine did. It started when my mother in law passed and they sent one person to pick up her body. They had the two son's and grandsons place her in the body bag and carry her down the steps and outside to the van to take her away. Her head was exposed and even the neighbors were in disbelief. When I questioned Carol at Fink Funeral Home she said they were short handed and that was why only one person showed up to pick her up.. I had asked her what would of happened if my 84 year old father in law had been there alone and she said then they would have called the police for assistance, but they didn't do that. My husband will have that memory of his mom in that bag until the day he dies......ITS UNACCEPTABLE! The obituary had her name spelled wrong, the typing had mistakes and the grammar was deplorable. Doesn't anyone proof read this things?. The death certificate had the wrong social security number and I was told the corrected ones were in the mail. I never received them and after numerous phone calls I had to go myself to Vital Records and repay for them myself. When I kept calling Carol for these she said to me, "well they are coming from Glen Burnie." Il live in Baltimore County and mail arrives within a day or 2. Again, we never received them when I kept calling her, she hung up on me. I wouldn't even give this hole in the wall a1 star rating. Do yourselves a favor and go to a reputable place for your loved ones, this is NOT THE PLACE TO GO ! Save your family the grief mine had to suffer !!!!