Oakland, California Funeral Homes

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Oakland, California Funeral Homes
3476 Piedmont Ave
Oakland, California 94611
(510) 652-1873
980 8th St
Oakland, California 94607
(510) 836-3436
6800 International Blvd
Oakland, California 94621
(510) 632-1011
4499 Piedmont Ave
Oakland, California 94611
(510) 654-0123
1580 Fruitvale Ave
Oakland, California 94601
(510) 533-4114
2626 High St
Oakland, California 94619
(510) 536-5454
3665 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, California 94609
(510) 654-8558
4647 International Blvd
Oakland, California 94601
(510) 436-3181
2850 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland, California 94609
(510) 451-6434
9900 International Blvd
Oakland, California 94603
(510) 568-8628
5500 Foothill Blvd
Oakland, California 94605
(510) 261-1105
Oakland, California Obituaries and News
Alberta C. Moliere October 31, 2014

Loving mother of Barbara Getridge-Tross, Donald L. (Helen) Getridge of Oakland, CA, Elbert L. (Carolyn) Getridge of Lewisville, TX and the late Alberta Helen Smith and Paul A. Getridge. Grandmother of the late Lisa Getridge and Cedric Smith ; also survived ... (nola.com)

Rebecca N. Johnston October 30, 2014

and Lauren Kashka of California, Stephanie, Matthew, and Noah of Bangor, and Sarah and Andrew of New York; aunts and uncles, Kay and Paul Ruksznis of Guilford, Anita and Richard Cole of Oakland, and Bernadette Johnston of Florida. Funeral services will be ... (Bangor Daily News)

Roy Shields October 29, 2014

He married Karen Olson on August 8, 1964. He joined the Oakland Police Dept. of Oakland, California and retired in 1969 due to an on-duty back injury. Returning to Grand Haven in 1970, he coordinated and instructed the Criminal Justice program at Muskegon ... (MLive)

Alvin F. Cunha October 29, 2014

He retired in 1971 and enjoyed traveling. He spent most of his life residing in Oakland, Calif. After retiring, he enjoyed his daily visits to the University of California, Berkeley, where he spent his days at the campus library. In 2010, he moved to ... (Half Moon Bay Review)

Harold Bagdasarian, 91, founded Sacramento Autorama October 27, 2014

Mr. Bagdasarian was known nationwide as a car show promoter. He managed and had ownership interests in several major Northern California auto events, including the Grand National Oakland Roadster Show, World of Wheels in San Mateo and the San Jose Autorama. (TheSacramento Bee)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Modesto, California
I Called this very rude man about arrangements about my next husband father of my children. He yelled at me refusing to help or find out all that I wanted and hung up on me!!
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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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Fresno, California
need to be careful of this Funeral home they cremated the wrong body and the general manager (Michael Rabara), is trying cover it up and put the blame on others,,the state has been inform nor they are under investigation,for a unlawful act..becareful of your family people,,they do wrong there...I know Iwork there!!!
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Oxnard, California
what happened to this place? we paid for services and now i cant get in contact with them.. pls respond
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San Diego, California
Short and sweet; this is a business obviously under the influence of a caring mother and grandmother. Mrs. Williams cares more about getting your family through a difficult time than she does about how much you're spending. A mortuary is no place to visit but if you must, go where they care and where you won't get taken advantage of.
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