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Troy, Alabama Funeral Homes
431 Hwy 231 Bypass
Troy, Alabama 36081
(334) 566-1720
208 Madison Street
Troy, Alabama 36081
(334) 566-7695
404 East Academy Street
Troy, Alabama 36081
(334) 566-0940
707 S George Wallace Drive
Troy, Alabama 36081
(334) 566-1321
Troy, Alabama Obituaries and News
Former Troy football player becomes WWE Champion February 13, 2017

What many people might not know, however, is that Wyatt was born Windham Rotunda and he is a former football player at Troy University ... also enjoyed a two-decade career in the WWE. The obituary describes a series of unsavory acts and even derides ... (WSFA 12)

William Edward 'Bill' Wilson February 13, 2017

Bill's first job out of college was with Guy Hood Feed Store in Gadsden. Later Bill served as the farm manager at Alabama Baptist Children's Home in Troy. He joined Auburn University Extension Service in 1954, serving as assistant county agent in Ashland. (The Randolph Leader)

Margaret E. Maxon February 13, 2017

She was born in Seney, Michigan, one of twelve children to the late Fred and Mary (Troy) Hollingshead ... and John (Julie) Maxon of Madison, Alabama; grandchildren – Josh (Jan Ritchie) Bond of Munising, Matthew (Samantha Watson) Bond of Ashland, WI ... (Mining Journal)

Baggett, David Kyle February 13, 2017

April 16, 1951 - February 10, 2017 David Kyle Baggett a resident of Auburn, Alabama, born April 16, 1951 in Troy, Alabama passed away on Friday, February 10, 2017 at EAMC. He was 65 years old. A memorial service will be in the Chapel at Frederick-Dean ... (Opelika-Auburn News)

Mike Ilitch, Little Caesars founder and owner of Detroit sports teams, dies at 87 February 11, 2017

“I’ve never seen a man more dedicated to this community and to baseball than Mr. I,” Tigers executive vice president and general manager Al Avila said in a statement ... Read more Washington Post obituaries (Washington Post)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Hampton Cove, Alabama
From what I understand you take advantage of families in grief. Just know that I will let all my family and friends NOT to use Twickenham in Hampton Cove, Alabama. Thank you
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Gadsden, Alabama
My fathers services were as nice as it couldve been with this provider. The employees wore nice suits with white gloves and were meticulous with ushering the family hurriedly through the services and into the waiting cars. My fathers obituary was butchered and when we tried to have it corrected at 8:00 pm after it was published on the website, we were told it was too late and Ms Buggs rudely said she could not send in the correction to the local paper because it would cost money, even though I offered to pay for it. My fathers name is Charles but it read "Clarence" on the obituary. My sons name was misspelled. Other family members names were changed even though we tried do have everything corrected before it went to print, it was unsuccessful. The obituaries that were handed out at the funeral had my fathers name as Clarence too. We weren't allowed to mingle and talk with family and friends who had driven 6 hours or more to pay respect, because they ushered us straight from the cars to our seats, then began the service. I don't care about the nice suits they wore or the limos they allowed us to ride in. My father and my family was disrespected with all the mistakes. It was just too much. I give them 1 star because they did a fine job making my daddy look nice.
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Foley, Alabama
Where do you take deceased people to be cremated?
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Auburn, Alabama
I used this funeral home to purchase a head stone for my parents in MA. My parents always took in foster children. So they designed a head stone with children. Once everything was done it was shipped to the Cemetery in MA where I live. Mr. Peterson was so easy to work with.
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Fairfield, Alabama
The worst place to deal with during this time. Its not worth all the headache, attitude and rudeness. Go somewhere more profrssional. You and your Loved one deserves better!
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