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Charlton, Massachusetts Funeral Homes
Old Worcester Road
Charlton, Massachusetts 01507
(508) 248-4200
Charlton, Massachusetts Obituaries and News
KORISKY, E. GLENDA (GOLDBERG) February 24, 2017

Heiss (Mark) of CT, Cynthia Korisky (Michael Butler) of Medford, and the late Michael Korisky and his surviving wife Cindy Charlton of CO. Cherished grandmother ... 871 North Main St., Randolph, MA 02368, Monday, February 27, 2017 at 12:00 noon. (legacy.com)

H.C. ‘Cal’ Thornton, 91, of Westport, longtime news service executive February 20, 2017

WESTPORT — H.C. ‘‘Cal’’ Thornton, a longtime executive with United Press International and later the Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service, died Feb. 11 at Charlton Memorial ... often sailed together on Massachusetts Bay and Buzzards ... (The Boston Globe)

Richard Dana Cox, 82 February 10, 2017

Richard was raised in Fall River, MA. He graduated from Tabor Academy in the class of ... sales and finished out his career as a security officer at both St. Lukes and Charlton Memorial hospitals. He continued to work part time in his retirement at the ... (South Coast Today)

Janet Mae Coxon January 15, 2017

Janet continued her education and received her MA Degree in Elementary Education at Eastern Michigan ... Funeral Services will be held on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 11 A.M., at Charlton United Methodist Church, 5920 Jonestown Rd, Harrisburg. (PennLive.com)

Barry Lanstein January 04, 2017

There will be a service at Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021 on Monday, January 9 at 9:30AM followed by a burial at the West Ridge Cemetery in Charlton, MA. As a coach in Belchertown for 20 years, Barry taught many kids ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Worcester, Massachusetts
I will forever be thanking for this funeral home. When my dad passed suddenly. I had no idea what i was doing. I called this funeral home and Peter helped me in every which way possible. He made things just a little bit easier for me. At such a difficult time!
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Lakeville, Massachusetts
both my parents services were held here and my parent's looked awesome.everything went perfect.
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Haverhill, Massachusetts
Berube-Comeau funeral home recently handled the services for our mother and did an outstanding job. They are very compassionate and caring and exceeded our expectations. Fran was extremely friendly and caring. The extra touches they provided made the service very personal and warm. The guests were very impressed and were commenting on how nice it was compared to other funerals that they have attended. I would highly recommend Berube-Comeau funeral home to anyone needing their services. We had used them for our father's service about five years ago and was impressed then but now they have outdid themselves. Thank you Fran and your staff for a memorable experience.
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West Brookfield, Massachusetts
Marc is the nicest person anyone would meet, very kind and caring.
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New Bedford, Massachusetts
My Aunt's service was July 3, at Rural Cemetary, at the spot her flatstone was going to be placed. All services were paid up front, but as of Jan, 2013, still no stone, Woman was very rude and insensitive, when I could finally get past their answering service, saying it was MY fault for not saying where the site was! Larry saw it, he was there! The woman said I had to call the stone engraver myself-wasn't that their job? Unpleasant experience, they just don't want to admit their mistake, I talked to other directors who agree with me, as does my attorney. Avoid this place, they just don't care...
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