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ADAMS ... Lisle Funeral Home in Fresno. KRISS — Robert G. Kriss, 91, of Fresno died Jan. 5. He was a fire restoration business owner. Services pending. Arrangements: Neptune Society of Central California. MARTINEZ — Jorge L. Martinez, 86, of ... (Fresno Bee)
Is Compton still a violence-riddled ghetto? Has anything changed? The Robert L Adams mortuary off Palmer Street ... a criminologist at the University of California, Irvine. “Things that used to define gangs, like drive-by shootings, are rare birds ... (The Guardian)
Jesse, Emidio and their brother Ricardo had managed to rise above the rough streets of Compton by joining the gentlemanly ... Just down the street is the famous Robert L. Adams Mortuary, whose drive-thru viewing became popular with gang members decades ... (Los Angeles Daily News)
In 2011, a Compton, Calif., funeral home introduced the service to the community. “It’s a convenience thing,” Robert L. Adams Mortuary owner Scott Adams told the Los Angeles Times, explaining that mourners “don’t have to deal with parking ... (Time)
Last year in Farmville, Virginia, Oliver and Eggleston Funeral Establishment began offering the service. In Compton, California Robert L. Adams Funeral Home has been provided the drive-thru viewing experience since 2011. Due to the violence Compton is ... (Guardian LV)
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