Bancroft, Nebraska Funeral Homes

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Bancroft, Nebraska Funeral Homes
414 Main St
Bancroft, Nebraska 68004
(402) 648-7501
Bancroft, Nebraska Obituaries and News
Ann P. Mosher February 12, 2017

She made numerous friends while she worked at the Gideon which included meeting some famous people; Robert Redford, Mel Brooks, and Anne Bancroft. She struck up ... Mosher of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Kenneth Mosher of Hudson Falls; grandchildren, Kristen ... (Post-Star)

Munderloh - Smith Funeral Home - Bancroft January 17, 2017

Leroy was born on November 15, 1933 and passed away on Tuesday, January 17, 2017. Leroy was a resident of Walthill, Nebraska at the time of his passing. He was married to Betty. Funeral services will be... (legacy.com)

Ricketts' plan cuts taxes, state spending January 12, 2017

"The reductions we make to the budget to balance it and continued attention to controlling spending will allow us to cut taxes and grow Nebraska," the governor ... Lydia Brasch of Bancroft, chairwoman of the Legislature's Agriculture Committee, to change ... (Columbus Telegram)

Beverly Jean Brummond Kunkel November 12, 2016

She was born on July 18, 1932, in Bancroft, Nebraska, to Rudolph and Florence Mackey Brummond. Beverly married her sweetheart, Burton Kunkel, on October 16, 1953, at St. Paul Lutheran Church. They have spent 63 wonderful years together. She was a graduate ... (Ogden Standard-Examiner)

Reinhold Munderloh November 06, 2016

BANCROFT — Services for Reinold Munderloh ... In 2015, he was honored to receive the Nebraska Pioneer Farm Award, recognizing 100 years of ownership by the same family. He enjoyed nothing more than being outside on the tractor, skid-loader or the ... (Norfolk Daily News)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Omaha, Nebraska
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Omaha, Nebraska
I have never in my life been so DISGUSTED with a business. Absolute lack of class, dignity, honor, and respect! The proprietor made us feel second class - like we were a burden to his busy schedule, and business - rushing through details like we were in line for a burger and fries! He even made us feel like we were holding him up, like what he was doing was a favor for us. How can anyone remain in business without some empathy at a families time of suffering, and need for compassionate patience is beyond me. If I could rate him lower than 1 I would. And parking was terrible.
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Weiser, Idaho
Absolutely wonderful,compassionate and caring people,helped us every step of the way! They continue to help us in dealing with the insurance co., its been over 2 months since our dads death and memorial and they still haven't been payed.Debbie has went above and beyond in helping us to get the insurance co. to pay. They are very patient and helpful! Thank you so much. The Wallace family
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Wantagh, New York
My family and I went to Charles J. O'Shea funeral home in Wantagh and were treated with the upmost respect from the initial phone call. My Grandmother was very sick, which worried us, but she looked fantastic. We gave them our most memorable pictures of her and they made a beautiful slideshow. During the visitation the staff was accommodating and always in sight if we needed anything. After church the limousine driver had coffee and rolls for us. These little touches made all the differences in our great time of loss.
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Wood Ridge, New Jersey
We laid out my Uncle at this place and it was disgusting to say the least! The smell of Cigarettes was over whelming when you walked in the door and it is very dated. The couches were stained and all sagging and the carpeting was worn out. My Aunt who is elderly asked if I would help her and the Gentleman was kind to her but he kept switching prices midstream she was confused and I ask that he please leave the room to discuss further. I spoke to my Aunt and as I looked over by the door he was standing and eavesdropping. Needless to say we left it was very unsettling experience. I cannot remember his name but he was older wore glasses and smelled of Cigars. Outside the place looks lovely but once inside it is a timewarp
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