Chesapeake City, Maryland Funeral Homes

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Chesapeake City, Maryland Funeral Homes
318 George Street
Chesapeake City, Maryland 21915
(410) 885-5916
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This old house: Burtis home remnant of city's maritime past February 11, 2017

Burtis signed on with Maryland's Oyster Navy, a precursor to the Natural Resources Police. The navy was formed in 1868 to quell violence between local watermen and oyster "pirates" fighting over the plentiful Chesapeake Bay oyster. After his most active ... (

Boscov's Chairman Albert Boscov Dies at 87 February 13, 2017

The Reading-based chain's website lists 45 stores in Pennsylvania and six other states: Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey ... family for 87 years and I'm most proud of all of you. An obituary published in local newspapers said Albert "first ... (WBOC)

H.R. Crawford, former D.C. Council member and real estate developer, dies at 78 February 10, 2017

While Mr. Crawford’s projects did prove an economic boon to the city, they also had the effect of pushing ... was credited with opening the Southeast Veterans Service Center and Chesapeake House, also in Southeast, which provides transitional housing ... (Washington Post)

Nancy M. Germanos, condominium manager, dies February 07, 2017

Growing up, she spent time aboard the historic bugeye Florence Northram that her father owned and enjoyed sailing with his family on weekends around the Chesapeake Bay. Mrs. Germanos worked as a rental agent and manager of several Ocean City condominiums ... (The Baltimore Sun)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Lonaconing, Maryland
does not exist now in the town of Lonaconing nor has it for 10 years.

Dundalk, Maryland
Would not use this home. They do not care about anything.

Laytonsville, Maryland
We have used them for years always caring and understanding and have never felt rushed or put our in any manor...

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 !!!!

Laytonsville, Maryland
I would not recommend the Muriel Barber Funeral Home in Laytonsville, MD. The charges are steep ($500/hour for funeral costs), and the staff is inflexible. The decor is outdated as well. I would choose an alternate setting for a warm family gathering. This funeral home rushed us out at the end of our 3 hour period because they had booked something else. Not the feeling you want as you end a day of grieving.