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Crooksville, Ohio Funeral Homes
207 Burley
Crooksville, Ohio 43731
(740) 982-3071
36 North Buckeye Street
Crooksville, Ohio 43731
(740) 982-4911
Crooksville, Ohio Obituaries and News
Kathryn Cornett January 05, 2013

CORNETT, Kathryn Louise, 86, of Crooksville, Ohio, passed away at 11 a.m. Thursday, January 3, 2012, at Helen Purcell Home in Zanesville following a brief illness. Lou was born December 7, 1926, in Cadiz, Ohio, the daughter of the late Chester William and ... (Weirton Daily Times)

George Warren January 17, 2017

George grew up on a small farm in Crooksville, Ohio. After completing a master's degree in ceramic engineering at the Ohio State University, George went to work for the Bureau of Standards in Washington, D.C., and married Terese Marie Eiffe from NYC. (The News-Gazette)

Alexander Brown January 05, 2017

Knights of Pythias of Crooksville. The deceased, who was retired, is survived by his widow and three sons, E.H. Brown, of Springfield, Ohio; G.L. Brown, of Marquette, Mich.; and R.W. Brown, of Cambridge, Mass. The body was removed to the Griggs Funeral ... (findagrave.com)

Gary Lee Buckley January 04, 2017

He was born on May 16, 1950 in Zanesville. He graduated from Crooksville High School in 1968, attended Ohio University-Zanesville, and graduated from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1972. He was a longtime licensed funeral director and ... (Norwalk Reflector)

Joyce E. Brown November 04, 2016

Joyce is survived by one son, Michael (Kathryn) Brown of Canton, Ga.; three daughters, Cheryl (Steve) Alloway of Crooksville, Ohio, Michele (Joseph) Yerace of Butler, Pa., and Kathleen (William) Dorman of Marietta, Ohio; 10 grandchildren; 18 great ... (Marietta Times)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Felicity, Ohio
Excellent service and prices. Our first time to use this funeral home. We were very pleased.
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Felicity, Ohio
this is one of the worst funeral homes i have ever been to i wouldnt lay my dog down with these people it was cold and miserable they would not let you bring in hot bevs or did they serve any do not use this service or you will be sorry sorry service
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Leetonia, Ohio
Just used the services of Woods-Rettig Funeral Home and was very pleased. Durning the planning stages we never felt pressure to "buy up" for items. They covered the details in a thorough, professional and caring manner. My mother looked beautiful, they did an amazing job. The entire experience during a difficult time was outstanding and our family would recommend Woods-Rettig Funeral Home to anyone in need.
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East Liverpool, Ohio
thanks for doing a wonderful job. mom would have been happy. she looked great.
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Canton, Ohio
My family has used this funeral home for over 50 years. We have alway been very pleased with their service and the fact that they always remember us. They are very accomodating, take the time necessary for us to get family in from out of town. Also the last time we used them another family member was thinking we should go to another place because she was told they were less expensive. As it turned out Spiker-Foster-Shriver was the least expensive of the 4 places she called. I would highly reccoment them to anyone in need.
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