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Corsica, South Dakota Funeral Homes
285 E Main
Corsica, South Dakota 57344
(605) 946-5755
Corsica, South Dakota Obituaries and News
Nancy Jane Baughman Phelps, 89, of Albion February 28, 2017

Her father's plans included a continuation to medical school and partnership in his South Dakota practice, but Nancy had other ideas. In August 1950, she left a note under her pillow, snuck out of the house, borrowed her sister Mary Lou's car, and eloped ... (Moscow-Pullman Daily News)

Cheryl Woodlee February 27, 2017

She was born April 19, 1957 in Canova, South Dakota to Robert Gatts and Gloria Faye (Williams) Feske. On Sept. 6, 1985 in Howard, South Dakota, she married Walter Woodlee. He survives along with a son, Beau (Michelle) Paulson, Yankton; three step-children ... (Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan)

Obituary: Minnetonka veteran used medical skills to save other POWs in World War II February 27, 2017

Alois "Al" Kopp was a pharmacist's mate on the USS Houston in 1942 when it was torpedoed and sank in the South Pacific. Almost two-thirds ... Born on a farm in North Dakota to German immigrant parents, Kopp set out in the 1930s to join the Civilian ... (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Lake Forest Obituary: Bonnie J. Tarun, 98 February 27, 2017

Bonnie Jean Tarun, 98, died February 15, 2017 at Lake Forest, Illinois. Born in Sturgis, South Dakota in 1918, she attended the University of Wyoming and then moved to Chicago to join her high school sweetheart Donald W. Tarun, supporting him in medical ... (Patch)

Charles Williams February 26, 2017

and Irene (Martini) Williams in Minneapolis, Minn. He attended school in Minneapolis, Brook Park and South Dakota. In 1964, Charlie entered the U.S. Army; serving in the 101st Airborne from 1964-1966. He was stationed in Germany during the Vietnam War. (messagemedia.co)


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Funeral Home Reviews
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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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West Brookfield, Massachusetts
Marc is the nicest person anyone would meet, very kind and caring.
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Gordonsville, Virginia
My wife lost her father last month and they were nothing but EXCELLENT in service and making sure everything went to our plans. I have known them for years....Gary & Randy and knew that was the best place for my Father-in-law to be when the time came......even though it was so short. Thank you Gary,and Michael for the best services/funeral anyone could of asked for for....excellent guys and they really care! Something you don't see alot of now a days. Mike & Kathi Morgan
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Schenectady, New York
I am from Florida and my mother passed away in Schenectady, New York. Being from out of state, I was very concerned about who would take care of my mother's remains. I had very little time because I didn't want her in the morgue. I searched and visited many funeral homes in the area and couldn't find what I was looking for, a God based place. I felt that all that I visited were just a business and wasn't sure that my mother would be treated with the respect that she deserved. Finally, God sent me to De Legge Funeral Home. When I rang the door bell a nun answered the door, which I was later told was not the norm. With a warm touch, she held my hand and asked me to come in. I felt that my prayers were answered. Then I met with Mark Laszczynski, who has such a gentle way and understanding of the grief process for the loved ones left behind. He assisted me with the financial aspects and made it very easy. After talking to him about how I would like things done, he immediately left to pick up my mother so that she wasn't left any longer at the hospital. They placed her under a large cross, at the feet of Jesus, with her head resting on a silk pillow. There was to be no viewing and her remains were to be cremated. This is just the way that they treat loved ones. I am so happy and relieved that I found them. They are very respectful and professional. I felt at peace and I'm sure that my mother did too.
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