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Pleasanton, California Funeral Homes
4167 1st St
Pleasanton, California 94566
(925) 846-5624
Pleasanton, California Obituaries and News
Pleasanton jobs February 13, 2017

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Nye, Marjorie February 14, 2017

She was born August 28th, 1930 in Pleasanton, Kansas, to Fred Rost and Opal (Mullis ... Marjorie and Earl had their first daughter (Karen Louise), in California in 1952 while Earl was still in the military there. They moved to Butte in 1953 so that ... (Independent Record)

Weld County Tributes for Feb. 13 February 06, 2017

Friends may view the online obituary and send condolences at http ... Bob is survived by his daughter, Diana Hawkins (Rodney) of Windsor, Patti Fuller (Arlon, Jr.) of Pleasanton, Texas, Carolyn Heinze (Stanley) of Eaton; brother, Eugene Weidenkeller ... (The Tribune)

Martin Cline Grider February 06, 2017

California; nephews, Scott (Chyoko) Harrison, of Pleasanton, California, and Robert (Betty) Harrison, of Boise, Idaho; and two great-nephews and a great-niece. He was preceded in death by his wife, Colleen Grider, and son, John Grider. Online condolences ... (Quad-Cities Times)

Barbara Lee Winter January 14, 2017

Barbara Lee Winter of Livermore, CA, passed away Jan. 21, 2016, surrounded by family and friends. Born in St. Paul, MN to the late Mary Irene and John B. Winter, Barbara moved with her parents to Burlingame, CA in 1947, to Pleasanton in 1965 and Livermore ... (The Independent)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Oxnard, California
Don't use them. They have been promising my infant daughter's cremated remains for more than 2 weeks and either don't return calls or promise to call and don't... I took time off of work hoping that I would have her remains before going back based.on their time frame to better cope with the loss and now its time for me to go back..... They were quick to cash the check though!!

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!!!

Pittsburg, California
Believe Mr. Cutmyer is trying to slander the name of a very reputable business for his own personal enjoyment. This is a family owner business who cares about all the families they serve.

Costa Mesa, California
this mortuary is no longer in business

Calexico, California
Recently had an uncle pass in southern California and Hems Brothers went above and beyond in their handling of my uncles service and cremation.The lady on the phone that spoke with myself and my mother was very pleasant and helpful in providing us with all the information we needed. Even went as far as too call my mother and let her know her flowers had arrived in time for the service. Would highly recommend them in anyone's time of need. 5 Star. I did not catch the young ladies name but she should deserves a raise. Thanks again!