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Great Bend, Kansas Funeral Homes
1425 Patton Road
Great Bend, Kansas 67530
(620) 793-3525
2115 Washington Street
Great Bend, Kansas 67530
(620) 793-6161
Great Bend, Kansas Obituaries and News
Jacqueline Avery Obituary, 72 March 01, 2017

Visitation will be held March 3 from 6-8 p.m. at the Knight Funeral Home in Windsor. She was born June 4, 1944 in Great Bend, Kansas, daughter of John and Frances (Slominski) Mainville. She received her schooling in Alpena, Michigan and graduated from ... (Vermont Standard)

Elton E. Steinert February 28, 2017

HOISINGTON - Elton E. Steinert, 68, died Feb. 27, 2017, at Almost Home, Great Bend. He was born March 10, 1948, in Great Bend, Kansas, the son of Paul and Nima (Ochs) Steinert. Elton graduated from Hoisington High School in 1966, and then attended Ft. (Hutchinson News)

Johnny Leon Rein February 23, 2017

in Great Bend to Valis Leon Rein and Joyce LaVaun (Ruggles) Rein. John spent his lifetime in Abilene and attended the local schools. He graduated from Abilene High School with the Class of 1973. Upon graduation, he attended Kansas Technical Institute in ... (The Abilene Reflector-Chronicle)

Geraldine Marie Bostrom February 23, 2017

Geraldine “Jeri” was born in Hays, Kansas on February 23, 1946. She graduated from Great Bend High School and attended college at Fort Hays State University. She received her degree in education and taught for over 25 years in Catholic and public ... (Casper Star-Tribune)

Rev. Gregory Hall February 14, 2017

He attended St. Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Mo. He served at parishes in Nebraska at Scotia, Craig, Hooper, North Bend, and in Fremont at Calvary ... and Winston Hennings; three great-grandchildren; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Steve ... (Fremont Tribune)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Osage City, Kansas
The funeral home was great but I would not use the florist link on this page to FloristOne. They never delivered the flowers to this funeral home and they never delivered the flowers to the family's home after I called and told them they weren't delivered.

Abilene, Kansas
We sure would of liked to have given Steve Doocy and family our sympathy as we watch him on Fox News everyday. We now live in Arkansas, moving from White City Kansas 4 years ago.

Lawrence, Kansas
I'm Looking To Be Making Me Some Friends, In The Lawrence, Kansas Area, Where I Lived, Until About Summer Of 2012. Yes, I Lived In Lawrence, Kansas, Until About Summer Of 2012. I Am Looking To Be Making Me Some Friends, In The Lawrence, Kansas Area, Like I Already Said. Anyways, Have A Healthy And Happy And Safe Thanksgiving To You All, Amen!

Hays, Kansas
Steer clear of Clines Mortuary! Someone very close to me recently passed away. Cookie Cline was hired to do the funeral and make the arrangements, typical funeral director stuff. I should mention that my family is far from 'well-off', so we put together a pretty modest funeral and bought the casket elsewhere. We were charged nearly $9k for his services, which had to be paid in full before anything happened, forcing us to take out a loan until the insurance arrives. This was non negotiable, and he already had our loved one. Then the night of the wake... It was held in Victoria, where the paneling on the walls is still from the 70's, end tables and desks were all water stained with the finish coming off, and the mens room was out of order. I along with numerous people heard Cookie cussing freely, being extremely condescending when asked questions, also being exceptionally rude to mothers with fussy babies or children (almost yelling), and telling jokes about his dick and circumcision. On top of all this, he began taking down flowers at 8:30 and rudely forced us to leave the funeral home at 8:37pm. ("Time to go to your cars guys. Time to go home.") That doesn't seem like a big deal until you think about the few *minutes* you have left to see someone you cared about forever. The day of the funeral, he knowingly allowed someone to 'sneak' something into the casket without the spouses consent, which wasn't realized until later in the day after it was all said and done. Immediately after finishing services at the cemetery (which was unmowed with grass 8" tall, pallbearers nearly tripped multiple times), Cookie instructed us all to leave, citing the luncheon as his reason. He literally told someone to grab the sobbing spouses wheelchair and take her to the car because people are waiting on her. Overall, my family paid Cookie Cline almost $9k (services only, casket not included) for an outdated, unmaintained facility where he was extremely rude and disrespectful while putting forth an unacceptably minimal amount of work or care. All this being said, I beg you to reconsider choosing Clines Mortuary should you find yourself in a position that requires the type of services he offers... This is far from the mortuary Harold Cline operated. For the sake and dignity of your loved one, find a different funeral director. Please share this so others know what they might expect when hiring Cookie Cline.

Hoxie, Kansas