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Bristol, Rhode Island Funeral Homes
57 Burton Street
Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
(401) 253-6451
367 High Street
Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
(401) 253-9594
192 Wood Street
Bristol, Rhode Island 02809
(401) 253-7110
Bristol, Rhode Island Obituaries and News
Bristol-Warren jobs January 30, 2017

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Mary Grimley, 97 February 13, 2017

Lemieux and husband Robert of Myrtle Beach, SC, and Frederick J. Benoit and wife Ann Marie DeLucia of Bristol RI. She is also survived by two stepchildren, Joanne Fortin and husband Dennis of Dartmouth, and Michael Grimley and wife Judy of New Bedford. (South Coast Today)

Eric Childs, 35 February 07, 2017

Childs, 35, of Manville, R.I., formerly of Attleboro, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017 at Rhode Island Hospital ... Scottie Chaisty of Warwick, Shana Childs of Bristol, R.I., Jenai Childs and Tiani Childs, both of Rehoboth; his grandmother, Anna ... (The Sun Chronicle)

Henry A. Wood III, at 87; restored Jamestown's Clingstone mansion February 05, 2017

But, according to an obituary written by his family ... Wood Jr., a treasurer of Radcliffe College who was from an old family of Rhode Island Quakers. He spent much of his youth in Belmont, Massachusetts, and in The Point section of Newport. (The Providence Journal)

FATHER CHARLES BOWEN FLAHERTY January 21, 2017

He graduated from St. Joseph's High School, Pawtucket, RI, and completed his Spiritual Year at St. Columbans, Bristol, RI and then went to St. Columban's Major Seminary, St. Columbans NE, where he studied Philosophy and Theology. He was ordained on ... (legacy.com)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Little Compton, Rhode Island
Was called in to work on their Generator during hurricane Sandy. Generator is very old and parts would be difficult to find. located parts and found generator has furthr problems that dont warrent going any furthr. Customer does not return phone calls for payment. Made three calls to office and asnwering service keeps giving messages to client. No replies to messages inturn customer is avoiding payment for services provided. Poor business ethics.
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Otterbein, Indiana
Mark Shoemaker was very helpful at time when we needed him to be. On-time prompt and very professional
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Cleveland, Ohio
Did service for a close relative at there new location near warrensville,Ohio. Building is nice and clean,but disappointed on employees followed up with family about further business once my loved one was in the ground and all checks cashed. They could do a lot better with their customer service.
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Sandy Hook, Kentucky
Wondering why Lucian Reed obituary isn't posted.
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Las Vegas, Nevada
My brother and I chose Desert Memorial to perform our dad's cremation since their reviews were good and their rates were low. We dealt with Kristen Anderson, and we told her to ship our dad's remains to his former Kentucky address only if they could do so prior to his memorial service. Otherwise, she was to refund the shipping charge and provide me with instructions on when and where to pick up my dad's remains. About two (2) months after my dad's memorial service, Desert Memorial finally conducted my dad's cremation and sent his remains to his former address in Kentucky, without notifying us and against our prior instructions. They only told me about this after I inquired about it. Now, they are attempting to wash their hands of the matter, forcing us to attempt to clean up their mess, so to speak. I would definitely recommend looking elsewhere, since no one wants to deal with this company's mistakes in addition to the pain of the loss of one's loved one.
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