Bloomington, Indiana Funeral Homes

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Bloomington, Indiana Funeral Homes
3000 E 3rd St
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
(812) 336-4270
4150 E 3rd St
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
(812) 336-6331
700 W Gourley Pike
Bloomington, Indiana 47404
(812) 332-9376
Bloomington, Indiana Obituaries and News
Evelyn Krick, 1919-2015 April 18, 2015

Evelyn married Frank (Jim) Krick Jr. on March 6, 1942. Jim and Evelyn spent two years in Bloomington after WWII while Jim finished his degree at Indiana University. Most of their married life was spent in Fort Wayne, where Jim owned an advertising agency ... (Columbia Daily Tribune)

Elsie Helen Sheldon April 16, 2015

BLOOMINGTON — Elsie Helen Sheldon ... She completed her bachelor’s degree in 1963, at Indiana University, and graduated Indiana University in 1967, with her master’s degree in education. Helen married Garland Nils Sheldon May 19, 1946, in Lincoln. (Tribune-Star)

Obituary: Billy Ray Salmon, Nashville April 14, 2015

In 2006 he was honored for 50 years in the Masonic Fraternity of the Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons of Indiana. He was a voracious reader of the Bloomington, Columbus and Nashville newspapers and challenged visitors regarding facts and story updates. (The Republic)

Dr. June Irwin April 14, 2015

She earned her M.A. from Texas Women’s University and completed additional graduate work at the University of Texas. In July 1958 she was awarded the Ed.D. degree by the University of Indiana in Bloomington. (Henderson Daily News)

Cona Mae Winkel April 13, 2015

BLOOMINGTON — Cona Mae (Harper ... and began their lifelong journey as members of the Church of Christ. The family moved to Indiana in the late 1940s, and as a teen Cona worked at the Post Office Café in Anderson. There she met and later married ... (The Herald Bulletin)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Brook, Indiana
This was the first funeral home I had been to where I felt the funeral director was only interested in money. Small and not enough seats for everyone. He told me if I was going to stay that I needed to find a seat and sit. I informed him that there were not enough seats. He said there are 2. There were 20 of us standing. He tried to make the daughter of the deceased sit in the back. His "bed side manner" was terrible. He was rude and disrespectful. Telling everyone they needed to get to their cars after the service when they were paying their last respects. There were absolutely no one who lined up cars or even police to direct traffic going to the cemetary. He would speed up to 65 mph and many were left behind. They started the tent before everyone was there or even out of the cars. If you want a funeral home who appears to care for you, I do not recommend this Gerts Funeral Home in Brook, Indiana.
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Otterbein, Indiana
Mark Shoemaker was very helpful at time when we needed him to be. On-time prompt and very professional
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Akron, Indiana
Earl love took care of my ex sister in law and they did an absolute amazing job on how she looked, because she looked really bad at her death, Nice to deal with and very friendly. I would say this would be a great place to go in time of need.
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Nashville, Indiana
I hate it!!Can't find most recent obituaries so how do you expect anyone to attend a funeral?
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Alexandria, Indiana
Owens Funeral Home owner Mike Owens is a very clever man who gains a persons CONFIDENCE, then secretly changes the deal giving himself great advantage. If you must deal with him hire a good probate attorney, if not go to a different funeral home. Be careful he owns three in Alexandria and one in Summitville plus the Alexandria grave yard. I found him to be extremely dishonest and manipulative. I lost several thousand dollars.
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