National City, California Funeral Homes

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National City, California Funeral Homes
607 National City Boulevard
National City, California 91950
(619) 474-6565
2200 Highland Avenue
National City, California 91950
(619) 229-2747
611 Highland Avenue
National City, California 91950
(619) 477-4139
National City, California Obituaries and News
The Encyclopedia of Pop, Rock, and Soul February 16, 2017

Among its fans was the city’s mayor, one of the first black mayors in the ... money for bus fares to get away from Texas to the goal of most hippie-type children, California. She enrolled at some of the colleges on the Coast, picked up various jobs ... (New York Times)

Murlin Leonard Hartley February 15, 2017

The awards received during the service were National Service award ... After commitment, he moved to the Bay Area in California where, in 1969, he met the love of his life, Jane K. Nelson. They were married in St. Lucy’s Church in Campbell, Calif. (East Oregonian)

Followup: Man who loved DiCenso’s lasagna dies from ALS February 16, 2017

Jack Kirkpatrick, 74, died Feb. 7 at a hospital near his home in Redwood City, some seven years after his diagnosis ... his family’s business, and he joined the National Guard because his first attempt at college didn’t go well. After his service ... (Daily Bulletin)

Oakland: Parks champion Anne Woodell recalled as beloved friend, mentor February 16, 2017

“I (first) met Anne through the California Parks and Recreation Society ... By 1966, Woodell also had become heavily involved in both local and national politics, and in 1974, then-Mayor John Reading appointed her as the second woman ever to serve ... (eastbaytimes.com)

Daisy Doris DeBerry Cain February 15, 2017

Shortly afterward, she and her whole family accepted a War Department job offer and moved to Oakland, California to work in the shipyards ... at the Veterans Administration domiciliary in White City, Ore. In 1980, as a result of serious World War II ... (Mail Tribune & Daily Tidings)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Corona, California
My friend services are Thursday the 9th of Jan. We live out of state and can't fine any info on him his name is Damon l Arrowwood age 55 can you help
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Modesto, California
He's rude, crude, sloppy, now I know why. He hasnt got any compassion, or the understanding of dealing with people going thru loss of loved ones.
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San Jose, California
The staff at Willow Glen Funeral Home treated my family like we were their family. they were kind, sympathetic and bent over backwards for us. if you want a small funeral home...this is it. its like being at home and not in a mortuary.
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Citrus Heights, California
I flew from out of state for my sisters funeral&found this place disgusting&dingy.Staff lacking any sympathy what so ever.Hope you people rest in peace at your own funeral home.
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Costa Mesa, California
this funeral home is no longer called rose hills costa mesa
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