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Alaska Obituaries and News
Mary Patricia May, Craig October 07, 2016

Later, after retiring from the antique business she further adventured to live half time in Anchorage, Alaska and halftime in Phoenix, Arizona. She has left behind so many friends, a true testament to the impact that she had on the lives of others. (Craig Daily Press)

Frederick Albert Wimmer October 05, 2016

Nila Wimmer of Pendleton, Ore., Marla Ellis of Spokane Valley, Wash., and Gia Weathers Baker of Anchor Point, Alaska. They have nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Fred worked as a glazier in Pendleton, starting his own business, Glass by Dick ... (East Oregonian)

Benjamin James Parson October 06, 2016

His ashes where spread on the coast line Saturday, September 24, 2016, off the site of Saint Theresa Chapel in Juneau, Alaska. You may go to obituaries to post photos and memories. (NR today)

Ernest J. Williams, former city police officer and computer technician, dies October 06, 2016

He was a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla I-9 and the Neptune Yacht Club. His favorite fishing destinations, family members said, were Alaska and Mexico. He also enjoyed spending winters in Florida. A memorial service will be held a 2 p.m ... (The Baltimore Sun)

Obituaries: Smith October 06, 2016

Cliff made golf trips to Ireland and Spain as well as a fishing trip to Alaska. Memorials to be made to the First United Methodist Church of Pontiac or the Elks Scholarship Fund. This obituary may be viewed and condolences sent to the family at ... (WJBC)

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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!!!!

Palmyra, New York
I was honored to have my wife's funeral service handled by this funeral home. The facility is a historic house in a historic town. The house is kept in A-1 condition and feels like a home not a funeral chapel. Many of the folks that attended the calling hours commented on how the presentation was as it made you think your were just visiting an old freind. We also had several small childern in the family who were there and the staff took care of thier needs by providing coloring books and reading material in a seperate room off from the main viewing room. They attended to the childern while the family was allowed to visit with guests. I was very very impressed by the professionalism of the staff from the time they came to pick up the remains to the constent contct with us to know if there was anything that could be done. I would highly recommend this funeral home to anyone who is looking to pre arrange a funeral or have the need for one at the time of the passing of a loved one.

Ormond Beach, Florida
My husband died on the 19th of put the 13th of March on the certificate. I tried to clear this up for the past month with no luck. Vital Statistics say you were the only people to clear this up....I have been on the phone all

Glen Burnie, Maryland
I would NEVER recommend this funeral home to anyone. I would never want a family to experience what mine did. It started when my mother in law passed and they sent one person to pick up her body. They had the two son's and grandsons place her in the body bag and carry her down the steps and outside to the van to take her away. Her head was exposed and even the neighbors were in disbelief. When I questioned Carol at Fink Funeral Home she said they were short handed and that was why only one person showed up to pick her up.. I had asked her what would of happened if my 84 year old father in law had been there alone and she said then they would have called the police for assistance, but they didn't do that. My husband will have that memory of his mom in that bag until the day he dies......ITS UNACCEPTABLE! The obituary had her name spelled wrong, the typing had mistakes and the grammar was deplorable. Doesn't anyone proof read this things?. The death certificate had the wrong social security number and I was told the corrected ones were in the mail. I never received them and after numerous phone calls I had to go myself to Vital Records and repay for them myself. When I kept calling Carol for these she said to me, "well they are coming from Glen Burnie." Il live in Baltimore County and mail arrives within a day or 2. Again, we never received them when I kept calling her, she hung up on me. I wouldn't even give this hole in the wall a1 star rating. Do yourselves a favor and go to a reputable place for your loved ones, this is NOT THE PLACE TO GO ! Save your family the grief mine had to suffer !!!!

Dermott, Arkansas
No words could describe the hurt that I and the rest of my family endured due to trying to deal with this company.