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Tallmadge, Ohio Funeral Homes
339 Southwest Avenue
Tallmadge, Ohio 44278
(330) 376-4251
Tallmadge, Ohio Obituaries and News
Terri Joyce Haid February 11, 2017

Haid and his wife, Carol, of Charleston, West Virginia. She is also survived by her sister, Gayle Malizia of Tallmadge, Ohio. Terri fought an epic battle for over three months at several hospitals and received magnificent care from her healthcare providers ... (Newsand Sentinel)

Ronald Guchemand August 26, 2016

Ronald B. Guchemand, 86, of Tallmadge, Ohio passed away peacefully on August 22, 2016. Ron was formerly a teacher at Beaver Local and Salem City schools. He loved the Indians, Browns, and The Ohio State Buckeyes. Ron was preceded in death by his wife ... (Morning Journal News)

Glenna Riddle August 18, 2015

Born in Smithfield, OH,, Glenna had lived in the Tallmadge/Randolph areas for most of her life. She was a 1943 Graduate of Wayne High School in Bloomingdale, OH. Glenna was a member of Hampe Memorial Wesleyan Methodist Church of Tallmadge and was secretary ... (Weirton Daily Times)

Selwyn Duane ‘Bud’ Martin April 04, 2014

He is survived by his loving wife, Hazel (Finnicum) Kincaid-Martin of Carrollton, whom he married Nov. 24, 1995; two daughters, Diana and her husband Len Smeltzer of Brookfield; Wisconsin and Denise Martin and her friend Ken Buskong of Tallmadge ... (Weirton Daily Times)

Tallmadge Chamber Of Commerce January 28, 2017

The Tallmadge Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1955 for the purpose of advancing and developing the commercial, industrial, civic, cultural, and general interests of the city of Tallmadge and its trade area. Our goal is to work for the manufacturing ... (Twinsburg Bulletin)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Goshen, Ohio
This funeral home leaves little to the emotions during a trying time right from the first initial phone call. No patience, little understanding, 'Lets get this over' attitude is out-right wrong and should be called out. Steer clear of this emotional nightmare!!!!!!

Sciotoville, Ohio
So sorry to hear about Mae, I loved her. She was a dear friend and colleague at the bowling alley. Don'y forget that she also was a member of the Portsmouth Women's Bowling Assn. Hall of Fame.

Felicity, Ohio
Amazing, caring, considerate staff. Thank you for your service to our family. This was a very difficult time for us and helped us through it.

Minford, Ohio
They did not provide the service they should have. I had a write obit and get death certificate signed. When I confronted them about the service I was told to take my father somewhere else. This was two days before the service. Obit didn't get in paper until the day before and many people didn't know about Dad's death until after the service. Nobody should be treated the way I was treated. So beware if you take your loved ones here because you'll probably get less than you bargained for.

Loudonville, Ohio
Walt is an amazing and very sympathic man. He handles everything with compassion and sympathy. He is simply amazing at putting your mind to ease and helping to walk you through what is surely to be called one of the roughest times of your life. Much love and gratitude for Byerly Lindsey Funeral home. Thanks Walt for everything. Sam and Stevana Duncan