Lexington, Virginia Funeral Homes

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Lexington, Virginia Funeral Homes
714 S Main Street
Lexington, Virginia 24450
(540) 463-2912
112 N Randolph Street
Lexington, Virginia 24450
(540) 464-4008
Lexington, Virginia Obituaries and News
Patsy Graziani February 28, 2017

Patsy is survived by his children, Brian Graziani of Defiance, Virginia (Mark) Beagle of Bryan, Amanda (Bernie) Nusbaum of Lexington, S.C., and Michael (Paulina) Graziani of Defiance; grandchildren, Portia and Brian Graziani Jr., Clayton and Kalie Beagle ... (The Cresent News)

Obituary: Colonel Richard Bonner Trumbo February 27, 2017

on Saturday, March 4, at 11 a.m. Memorial gifts may be made to St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Virginia Military Institute (Richard B. Trumbo Scholarship Fund) in Lexington, VA 24450, or Capital Caring Hospice, 5845 Richmond Hwy., Alexandria, VA 22303. (Virginia Connection Newspapers)

Thursday night obituary update February 23, 2017

The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes ... Visitation will be one hour before service at the funeral home. www.beardmortuary.com. VIRGINIA E. ADKINS OSBURN, 89 of Barboursville, widow of Scott K. Osburn, died Feb. 22 in Emogene ... (Herald-Dispatch)

Cora F. Watson February 23, 2017

She began employment as an office clerk with Bell Telephone Co., was a sales associate with Sears, and after moving to Virginia eventually became the ... Ralph David Watson (Helen Howard) of Lexington Park, Md., and Henry Douglas Watson (Annette) of ... (The Inter Mountain)

Obituary for Stuart Auchincloss Truslow February 22, 2017

He graduated from the Pingry School in Elizabeth, New Jersey and attended the Academy of Aeronautics in New York and Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia before enlisting in the United States Air Force. After Stu completed his officer and ... (Patch)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Alexandria, Virginia
02/23/13 at 11:00 am, Mr. Willam Creed was laid to rest in the Mount Comfort Cemetary. The weather was not perfect with a drizzling cold rain. Our family stood by Mr. Creed's grave site under a canopy that had been erected by your grounds keepers as well as metal folding chairs that had a cloth covering. Family members attempted to sit in the chairs only to discover they were completely saturated with water and the cloth covers have to be removed and the seats dried with kleenix. After sitting down water started to leak down on our family. I looked up and noticed not only was there a large tear in the canopy but you could see mud on the interior. Mr. Creed's casket was draped with an American flag which was also had water leaking on the top of it. I found this incident to be very disturbing by the lack of professionalism that was exhibited by your employees this day, Several of my family members are elderly and they got soaking wet. Mr. Creed was my uncle and Korean War veteran, the only professionals that did their duty this day was the Army Honor Guard and the Minister. My famly was insulted by the way your cemetary did not exercise due care to insure that their service would be made as comfortable as possible it is unexcusible to say the very least. My aunt had to pay $2300 for this service provided by your employees which is totally out of line for the quality of service provided.
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Danville, Virginia
I was very displeased with the services rendered by the Smith Funeral Service INC My relative looked horrible and she was poorly taken care of even if it was short notice never in my life would I recommend this company to anyone. I am deeply dissatisfied. I felt so much disrespect because the funeral was barely over before they pushed her into the ground. These people should be ashamed of themselves for what they did. I WILL NEVER LOOK TO THIS COMPANY AGAIN!!!!!
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Orange, Virginia
In addition to all of the advertising, would it be possible to list the obituary so that those of us who live out-of-town could be informed?
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Chatham, Virginia
Lola Howerton, is a pittiful excuse for a funeral director. She help to make my brothers funeral a total disaster. She never showed up at his grave side She continually made matters worse by discrespecting and being rude to several family members. THANKS YOU LOLA FOR MAKING A MY BROTHERS FUNERAL THE LAUGHING STOCK OF THE COMMUNITY.
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Rose Hill, Virginia
today is the 20 0f april your web site needs to be updated on funerals that you have
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