McLeansboro, Illinois Funeral Homes

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McLeansboro, Illinois Funeral Homes
500 S Washington Street
McLeansboro, Illinois 62859
(618) 643-2321
310 W Randolph
McLeansboro, Illinois 62859
(618) 643-2011
400 W Randolph Street
McLeansboro, Illinois 62859
(618) 643-3006
McLeansboro, Illinois Obituaries and News
David Armstrong October 20, 2014

Memorials may be made to the family and will be accepted at Grace Baptist Church, 42 Hwy 34 North, Raleigh, IL 62977. The Harre Funeral Home of McLeansboro is in charge of all the arrangements. (McLeansboro Times-Leader)

Carter, Warren Dale October 15, 2014

granddaughters Alisa (Philip) Grubaugh of Paris, MO. and Dana (Joshua) Hurt of Fairview Heights, IL.; Sisters Freda Dean of McLeansboro, IL. and Beverly Dean of Decatur, IL. and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be at held at Tabernacle Baptist ... (Herald & Review)

Jim Leuellen October 08, 2014

He married Shirley (Cummins) Leuellen and she survives in McLeansboro. He was a farmer. He had also been the store manager of Illinois Brokerage and later P.N. Hirsch for several years. He was the owner of Jim Leuellen Trucking, Inc. from 1995 to 2007. (McLeansboro Times-Leader)

Michael Smith October 06, 2014

Cox officiating. Burial with Military RItes conducted by American Legion Post #1194 will be in the Oddfellows Cemetery in McLeansboro. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Morton and Johnston Funeral Home in Benton, and after 10 a.m. Tuesday at ... (Tri State Media)

McLeansboro man killed in Franklin accident October 04, 2014

A 50-year-old McLeansboro man was killed Wednesday evening in a state ... Jones said citations are pending and an accident reconstruction team is reconstructing the crash. The Illinois State Police also responded and assisted with traffic control, the ... (Daily American News)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Bloomington, Illinois
Your computer system is of no value, other than posting you phone number. I wasn't able to use it to find a funeral let alone the obituary. totally unacceptable.
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Chicago, Illinois
I am writing on behalf of the family of deceased, Larry S Edwards. I came to Chicago, from Ohio, to attend the funeral of Larry Edwards. I accompanied my family to your facility to help with the arrangements for Larry's funeral, on several occasions. I just wanted to tell you how impressed we were with the professionalism of your entire staff. With so much involved with the loss of a loved one and then having to plan a funeral, it was so comforting to walk into your offices and leave feeling as if the funeral was one less thing we had to stress about. We felt that Gatlings would take care of not only our loved one, but our family as well. The staff at Gatlings did exactly that. Your drivers were always on time and courteous. Your entire staff were extremely well dressed. Your facility was immaculate and all of your workers were very well organized. They were also very patient, especially at the end of the funeral when everyone was saying their goodbyes to loved ones, your driver said for us to take as long as we needed. Your drivers assisted everyone in and out of the cars, they drove as if they were carrying precious cargo. We never felt rushed or as though we were an inconvenience in any way. Your office staff were extremely patient with my family members. We made several changes to the obituary after the draft had been printed. Your staff continually told us, 'We are here to do whatever you need, we'll take care of you.' Our loved one, Larry Edwards, had been very sick for a very long time. When we viewed the body, everyone kept saying how peaceful he looked and what a wonderful job Gatlings had done. We cannot thank you enough for taking care of our loved one and our family. By the time our experience with Gatlings came to an end, we felt as though we had gained a new family. Please share this letter with your employees. I want them to know how very much they are appreciated. The family of Larry S. Edwards
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Savoy, Illinois
Most obit's have an area where condolences may be sent, however this one is only possible to send flowers. Crass commercialization at the begining and the end I see.
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Homewood, Illinois
Tews Funeral Home & Ryans Funeral Home are owned & operated by the same person, Mike Ryan. Please beware! Tews Funeral Home gave some of our sons ashes, after cremation, to people who attended the service without asking permission. We did not find this out until months later. My husband was never asked. IT WOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN AUTHORIZED. One of the people who received the ashes was his x-girlfriend. We feel she is part of the reason he is not with us anymore. My husband feels so violated. After finally getting ahold of Mt. Ryan, he kept beating around the bush and would not answer. Please beware. We wouldn't want this to happen to anyone else.
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Eureka, Illinois
My friend wanted a simple no frills send off. Well I suppose that is exactly what she recieved. Parked in a corner of the basement (as in concret floor, pipes and crummy walls). She was a beautiful woman that could at times be excentric in her style. You would never have guessed that by the plane sheet that covered her. The array of headstones that were in the other corner were a nice touch, all that was missing were some spiderwebs and an errie tape in the back ground. There was not even a place to pray! I know that money plays a part, and that some people want simple but this was disrespectful. If they would donate a corner for the poor I would be willing to decorate it in memory of my friend, so no one elses family has to say good bye in such deplorable conditions.
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