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Eileen M. Meyer February 24, 2017

She had a passion for arts and crafts, especially her holiday ceramics. Lastly, she enjoyed vacations with her family, which included Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming. She is survived by her husband, John; three children, Jennifer Meyer and Sara Meyer ... (Telegraph Herald)

Thomas James “Spinner” Pettrini February 24, 2017

Thomas James “Spinner” Pettrini, 67, passed away peacefully on the morning of Feb. 21 in Casper at Wyoming Medical Center. He was surrounded by family as he succumbed to a severe stroke he suffered a week earlier. Born in Casper on Dec. 23, 1949 ... (Casper Star-Tribune)

Alice Mae (McCann) Alexander February 24, 2017

She later moved to Casper, Wyoming, where she met Dick Alexander through mutual friends. They married and moved to Cheyenne, Wyo., where they had three daughters, Alexis, Angie and Allison. Dick then transferred to Villisca, Iowa, where they both worked ... (East Oregonian)

Georgia Jean Bingham February 24, 2017

She was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on Sept. 8, 1964, to Gerry Endecott and Carmela Clark Endecott. Georgia’s family moved to Wyoming when she was young. She attended school in Big Piney and was active in 4-H. After high school she attended and graduated ... (Billings Gazette)

Death, William ‘Bill’ R. Grant, McCool Junction resident, 64 February 24, 2017

(Rosenquist) Grant. Bill was married to Barb Davis between the years of 1982 to 1985. To them two sons were born, William (Erin) Robinson, of Wyoming, and Robert Robinson of Nebraska. Bill will be remembered for his humorous story telling. He enjoyed ... (York News-Times)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Thermopolis, Wyoming
Where are the obituaries? This site is not very user friendly............
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dear Family Members: This is a note from Bernetta Ramsey. She is the granddaughter of Cora Vee Robinson. Cora was the daughter of Bertram Thomas Blakey Sr's half-brother(Aaron Herron(Herring)). She explains what happened when they used Spriggs & Watson Funeral Home to bury her grandmother last Fall. We are both asking the Pittsburgh Blakey Family and friends to take this into consideration when having to choose a Funeral Home to bury a loved one. "My grandma Cora Robinson died on September 13,2012 we had went to Spriggs and Watson for them to do the services Mr. Anderson is the person that we dealt with he owed us a refund that we didn't get November we talked to him on several different times was told we would get the refund. So our next step was to send a certified letter which he didn't accept so had to paid extra money for a constable to serve him. We had to take him to Magistrate January 24,2013 which he didn't even show up the Judge ruled in our favor. Why he felt that he should keep more than he was to get I don't know showed us he's a shaddy man" Thank You
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Ames, Iowa
My parents passed away recently. We used stevens funeral home both times. For my fathers memorial they rushed us and cut the memorial short by 35 minutes. People showed up after we were rushed out of there... They didnt allow people to get up and speak about my father because they were in such a hurry for us to leave early. We paid ahead of time for burial of the urns... After 3 months there is still no name on the burial site, even though plaques were paid for ahead of time.... Wish we would have gone elsewhere! Very unhappy! Also the building is very small and not well set up to have a funeral.
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Martinez, Georgia
The sign is not visible from road. I drove by 2 times. The writing in the newspaper looked like it was thrown together in a rush very sloppy and not thought out. Was told that some types of flowers were not accepted unless they were a certain height. But on their website, they have where you can order flowers in vases and states they are appropriate for church or funeral home. When the family arrived at the cemetery the director (Ms) was standing with her arms folded like she was ready for it to be over and where have you been kind of look. No flowers were at the cemetery. The casket was already lowered in the ground but had not been closed yet. There was not tent or chairs. After they closed the casket and before everyone left, the maintenance guys were on hand to go ahead and cover up the casket only to get it over kind of attitude. So, I would not EVER choose Kings. I was not pleased at all.
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Ocean Twp, New Jersey
They have staff that are not knowledgeable about Jewish customs. The funeral director yelled at my daughter during the gravesite funeral when she wanted a moment alone to say goodbye to her father. They are extremely rude and unhelpful. I would NEVER suggest using this funeral home to anyone!
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