Paulsboro, New Jersey Funeral Homes

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Paulsboro, New Jersey Funeral Homes
203 W Broad St
Paulsboro, New Jersey 08066
(856) 423-0179
300 W Broad St
Paulsboro, New Jersey 08066
(856) 423-0519
228 W Broad St
Paulsboro, New Jersey 08066
(856) 423-0526
Paulsboro, New Jersey Obituaries and News
Stephen M. Ujobagy, 89, former Bernardsville fire chief February 22, 2017

Stephen M. Ujobagy, 89, of Bernardsville, passed away on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. Born and raised in Bernardsville, he was a graduate of Bernards High School, Class of 1945. After graduation, he served his country proudly in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Ujobagy worked ... (New Jersey Hills)

Anna R. O’Connor, 70, retired attorney for AT&T, of Bernardsville and Ocean City February 22, 2017

Anna R. O’Connor, 70, of Bernardsville and Ocean City, died on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, at Morristown Medical Center. Known as Rae to all, she was the daughter of the late Air Force Master Sgt. Raymond R. Bozarth and Anna M. Camburn Bozarth of Ocean City ... (New Jersey Hills)

LIVE UPDATES from Region 7 wrestling at Toms River North, Wednesday, 5 p.m. February 22, 2017

At Region 7, some state heavyweights like Paulsboro and Jackson will move in and the tournament moves to a new home at Toms River North. REGION 7: Previews, predictions will be live from the Pine Belt Arena as the action kicks off around 5 p.m ... (New Jersey High School Sports)

Robert H. Urion February 22, 2017

and Ryan Veillette of Morris, Conn. He is also survived by two brothers, James Urion of Titusville, N.J. and William Urion, also of New Jersey. He was a veteran of the Air Force. He served all over the world. Over the years Bob was a successful businessman. (American-Republican)

William G. Kuhns dies; helped manage Three Mile Island crisis February 22, 2017

“After that, he was in and out of my life for five years.” She explained that her husband was traveling back and forth between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with detours to Washington, D.C., to testify before federal regulators. At the time, only the yo ... (North Jersey)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Moorestown, New Jersey
Worst experience ever thanks to the current Funeral Director (FD). The owner had overseen the funeral of both my brother and father, and were wonderful experiences, under the circumstances. My mother's burial was handled by the FD, and I am writing this review so anyone entering into approx. a $20,000.00 arrangement has a heads up to be on your toes. ISSUE NO. 1: Started by being told by the owner they would remove all jewelry placed on my Mother prior to burial, therefore I did not worry about jewelry placed on my Mother for the viewing. Prior to leaving the funeral parlor FD approached me and stated they would just leave her ring on and any jewerly, not thinking (I was rather upset) I agreed. 20 minutes after leaving the grave site I asked him about specific items and he stated it was too late late to retrieve the specific items I requested. ISSUE NO. 2: I had not signed off on my Mother's headstone engraving. When this was brought to my attention I told FD exactly how to engrave the stone, and more specifically not to engrave the stone as he desired to engrave it (using initials). Regardless FD did exactly what I told him absolutely not to do. Now every time I go to my Mother's grave site I will be reminded of the FD's work. I would not recommend his work to anyone. This chapter is the last in a person's life, and for so many important details to be so grossly mishandled cuts to the bone and adds to the pain and sorrow of the loss of my mother, I would not wish this on the anyone.

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

Lawrenceville, New Jersey
The man who worked there was extremely rude to my sisters and I..even slamming the door shut to the viewing room as my sister and I were waiting for my grandmother who just lost her son. I would not recommend this funeral home.

Fort Lee, New Jersey
The owner, Frank Patti, is an egomaniac and controlling asshole, has quite a track record fired from Lebers in 1967, indicted on embezzlement charges placed on cease/desist order from 1975 to 1981 from Volks, sells caskets for Batesville horrifying funeral directors in New Jersey and New York for 6 years and claims hes better than anyone within 300 miles. Frank, a survey was taken, you along with Peter Kulbacki, Richard Holle, Bruce VanTassel, Bart Brazinski and Scott Nimmo, voted most hated funeral directors in New Jersey.

Bayonne, New Jersey