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Sun City Center, Florida Funeral Homes
1851 Rickenbacker Dr
Sun City Center, Florida 33573
(813) 634-9900
Sun City Center, Florida Obituaries and News
Marti Huizenga, who gave millions to help students and animals, dies at 74 January 03, 2017

In 1991, the couple kicked in $500,000 toward what would become the Marti and Wayne Huizenga Family Skywalk to connect a city garage to the Broward Center for the Performing ... president of the Florida Marlins from 1994 to 2000, during the time Wayne ... (The Miami Herald)

Paul James (Homer) Holm December 30, 2016

Paul is survived by his brother, Duey (Renee) Holm, Sun City Center, Florida, his sister, Sandra Anderson, Perham, MN, and many nieces and nephews. Paul was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Michael and Jay, and twin sister Paula. There will be a ... (INFORUM)

Fidel Castro, Antonin Scalia, John Gutfreund: The Year in Deaths December 27, 2016

Died Feb. 4 at a hospice facility in West Palm Beach, Florida ... center of technology creation. Died March 21. Leon Charney, 77. Billionaire owner of Manhattan real estate whose holdings included three skyscrapers in Times Square and also hosted a New ... (Bloomberg)

Bill Wade December 22, 2016

Jorgensen of Sun City Center, Florida, and Pamela Owens of Los Angeles; two great-nieces; three great-nephews; four great-great-nephews; and two great-great-nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Marguerite Wade; and sister, Elizabeth ... (Southeast Missourian)

Bill Clinton, Lynch lead memorial for ex-AG Janet Reno December 11, 2016

She also led the department through many major prosecutions, including the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing case, the capture of "Unabomber" Theodore Kaczynski and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing ... Bob Graham of Florida also attended, with Clinton ... (Arizona Daily Sun)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Quincy, Florida
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Jacksonville, Florida
I can only speak for my own personal experience; our family member died unexpectedly and penniless. Unfortunately, we had to go thru the indigent program for our family member's end of life plans. --This mortuary treated us like less than second class citizens and worthless bums. -- They didn't return phone calls in a timely manner, if at all. Treated us as if they were personally doing us a favor. Paid nearly no attention to details. No empathy, concern or even the slightest bit of professionalism exhibited by the pretentious undertaker who was very aloof and uncaring as well as the administrative assistant who was just down right rude and very defensive and acted as if we were bothering her or taking up her time. -- The mortuary itself, is smelly, dirty and extremely out-dated.
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Jacksonville, Florida
The experience I had with this funeral home was unsatisfactory. There return calls when left message was poor. There was no communication between the employees.
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Bonifay, Florida
I cannot recommend this funeral home at all. The older gentleman who runs it has zero compassion. He talked about how he didn't like the job, couldn't wait to retire, showed off his new watch. The thing that really still bothers me is at the cemetery he was standing behind the navy guard handing me a flag with paperwork in hand, I don't remember the navy mans speech as I was being distracted by this sims guy leaning over his shoulder waiting for him to get done. The minute the guard handed me the flag and left there was this man handing me a flag holder and thanking me for my business. My daughter had broken down on my shoulder when the flag was presented, and I couldn't even comfort her because this guy was in such a rush to get out of there, I had to u hug my daughter to accept the paper work. Everyone noticed but because of the situation didn't intercede. It was appealing, and that's the memory Of my husbands service I'm stuck with. I had to leave the room several times during the planning stage because of his insensitivity, and let my sister speak for me. I looked a headstones there but was so mad at this man I decided to choose one later, and I'm glad I did. I went to wire grass memorial for the headstone and was quoted a price two and a half times cheaper and nicer then the one sims quoted me. I highly recommend speaking to wiregrass memorial before going to sims. They don't do the service but can tell you who is good or not.
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Bonifay, Florida
My father in law was in that funeral home.a rude is not the word for that man. We were under the tent after the service my husband and his brother and their Mother had not even got up.Mr. Sims had not told them there was any thing else he needed from them but. there was a small charge for the death date on the head stone the man could not even let them get up before her ask for his money.He had just been paid in full for the entire service.They certainly were not going to beat him out of a few dollars.They informed their Mother they would not take her there none of the rest of this family will ever go to those people. Needless to say they paid him right there by the grave side.
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