Delbarton, West Virginia Funeral Homes

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Delbarton, West Virginia Funeral Homes
Riverside Dr
Delbarton, West Virginia 25670
(304) 475-2071
Delbarton, West Virginia Obituaries and News
Coal towns hit by layoffs to get federal aid February 08, 2017

Officials for the Appalachian Regional Commission and other agencies announced the 29 projects totaling nearly $39 million Wednesday at a news conference in Huntington, West Virginia ... off coal miner Bo Copley of Delbarton has three children, and ... (Sun Gazette)

Coal towns hit by layoffs to receive job grants from federal government August 24, 2016

Officials for the Appalachian Regional Commission and other agencies announced the 29 projects totaling nearly $39 million Wednesday at a news conference in Huntington, West Virginia ... off coal miner Bo Copley of Delbarton has three children, and ... (Morning Journal News)

Weekend arrangements set for slain West Virginia coal CEO January 30, 2017

Slain coal executive Bennett Hatfield will be buried this weekend in southern West Virginia. His obituary says friends can visit the ... be Sunday afternoon at the Regional Church of God at Delbarton. The 59-year-old will be buried at Mountain View Memory ... (WCHS-TV8)

Albert W. Tiller December 27, 2016

Virginia; grandchildren, Jaret, Andrew, Luke, Jordyn, Nolan, Claire, Sean, Kamryn and Brett; sisters, Rebecca (Hiram) Justice of Delbarton, West Virginia, Pat Justice of Cleveland, Ruth (Wallace) Justice of Lorain, Dixie Scott of Cleveland and brother ... (Chronicle Telegram Chronicle)

Billy Frank Hatfield December 18, 2016

He was born June 3, 1936, in Delbarton, West Virginia. He was the son of the late Valentine Wall and Edith Watters Hatfield. Bill was married to Nina Shirlene Adair Hatfield, who survives. Billy was a retired coal miner and Army veteran. Billy is also ... (Logan Daily News)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Clarksburg, West Virginia
The NEW MANAGEMENT at Davis and Weaver Funeral home are a bunch of petty jerks. They care more about saving a couple dollars than they do the community. This place is not owned by the same folks and you can defiantly tell. It use to be a wonderful place but not anymore. Two thumbs way down!!!!
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Newell, West Virginia
My name is Scott Greene and I own Greene Funeral Service in Gastonia,North Carolina.We had helped the funeral home on a death of a family that they were serving.We did all the paperwork,preping and had the deceased flown out to their funeral home.They did not pay us for our service.I would never trust them to handle anything for a family of mine.It is a poor thing when you can not trust a funeral home.So I would say watch out for them.
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Cedar Grove, West Virginia
I want to say that Roger is such a great 't think person. He was so helpful with everything. I don't think he left anything out. He even let me do a slideshow for my dad. They are all great people.
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Beckley, West Virginia
I would like to express a sincere thanks to R & Q for their wonderful compassion and support during our time of need. They have a wonderful staff and they only aim to please. I would recommend them to anyone.
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Logan, West Virginia
I am astonished by just how unprofessional this funeral home truly is. I'm so glad there are other options in this small town. Compassion, professionalism, and consideration are so important during times that require their services and while attending a funeral I saw and heard the manner in which a dear loved one of the deceased was treated and I still wonder why they haven't reported them or that awful place hasn't been shut down. Not up to par with the kind of funeral home my family uses, I can't see why anyone's family would suffer through their rudeness and coldness.
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