Mount Juliet, Tennessee Funeral Homes

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Mount Juliet, Tennessee Funeral Homes
1098 Weston Drive
Mount Juliet, Tennessee 37122
(615) 773-2663
2250 N Mount Juliet Road
Mount Juliet, Tennessee 37122
(615) 758-5459
Mount Juliet, Tennessee Obituaries and News
Charles Cline Webber February 13, 2017

Mr. Webber will be laid to rest with his family in Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens in Mt ... Memorial donations may be made to Sherry’s Run at P.O. Box 8, Lebanon TN 37088. Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon is in charge of arrangements, 615-444-9393. (Lebanon Democrat)

George Randall Vines, 79, of Hermitage, TN February 08, 2017

Funeral services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. Arrangements are under Bond Memorial Chapel, Mt. Juliet, TN; www.bondmemorial.com. (bolivarcommercial.com)

The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet January 26, 2017

About Media Kit Classified Ad Subscribe Login facebook Twitter Home News Sports Business Obituaries ... Cakery to be featured on TN Crossroads television show Short Cakes Cakery, a locally owned, premier bakery and cafe in Mt. Juliet, will be featured ... (www.facebook.com)

Death Notices for July 11-17 January 23, 2017

Memorial services will be Thursday, July 21 at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment will follow in Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens. Andrew Weatherston Miller Mr. Miller, 72, of Lebanon, died Sunday, July 17. Visitation will be Wednesday, July 20 from 4-8 p.m ... (mtjulietnews.com)

John Michael Hall January 16, 2017

A Celebration of Life will be begin at 5 p.m. Thursday, January 19, 2017 at Circle P Farm, 503 Main Street, Mt. Juliet, TN. The family will welcome friends from 3-5 p.m. Dress is casual and all are welcome. You may view this event at https://www.facebook ... (Johnson City Press)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Jellico, Tennessee
Could you past an Obituary page on your web sight and list them on WLAF LaFollette?
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White House, Tennessee
Yesterday, 01/16/13 I went to the funeral of a good friend. By the end of the funeral I felt really sorry for the family. there seemed to be no sympathy or empathy by the ones who were conducting the service it was quite cold and strictly buisness like. My wife was to sing for the funeral and they lost her accompanyment CD. I will never even suggest that anyone use this funeral home. the only reason I even gave them a one rating is that they did at least get my friend buried.
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Centerville, Tennessee
I see you have changed your sight, what did you do with the Obits? I don't see them anywhere. I go into the Funeral Home every day to see who has passed away because I am from there. Can you help me out? Thanks
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Memphis, Tennessee
I'd like to personally thank Christian Funeral Directors for performing the funeral services for my father Ethel Webb Jr.in November 2003. They are economically priced, compassionate and professional. I am a member of the Church of Christ and proud of the representation of this fine establishment. Thank you so much for making our family feel so relieved at a time of sorrow. Patricia Webb Love
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Darien, Illinois
Be very careful with this funeral home. They may lack honesty, and or diligence. A year ago we lost a parent/In-Law. We used Modell because the parent's spouse was handled through them. During the arrangements ,with the owners daughter, we informed her that the Parent had changed it's mind, and instead of the full burial package, the Parent had previously decided on, the parent wanted Cremation, and a Memorial service at our Church. The Pastor had become a good friend. The Daughter worked with us on the Urn, cards and the arrangements of the remains. Yet, it appeared to us that she became preoccupied with other matters and wanted to give us over to someone else as soon as she could. On later reflection we questioned ourselves on her leaving us was due to the amount of money we were not spending. Months passed as I went through boxes of the parent's records, gotten food poisoning, and spent weeks sipping Broth and sleeping. As we did not pay in full immediately Modell put the account into collection. While recovering I spent an hour in the morning and another in the afternoon back in the boxes. Discovering, in a bundle of old Bank records, a Customer's copy of a Forethought Funeral Insurance policy written by Modell Funeral Home. I contacted Modell and the daughter answered. I told her what I had discovered, and her immediate response was how glad she was that she was not the person to have handled this. How that person should have checked the records. (She must have been doing something else when she spent over ten minutes checking, or she did find the records?, we do not know). She then asked to take care of the matter for us, for which I declined, having no confidence or trust in her or them. The story continues but the above is the essentials. I still question myself on whether or not she was diligent, or if she had found the policy. Did she have a lack of memory in handling us, or was she trying to cover herself. Did she put us in collection to further gain funds and cover themselves? What was nice, was that in the final meeting she never gave us or offer us any credit for there lack of service, Professional to the end. Oh, I forgot they messed up the cards.
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