Smith & Sons Funeral Home

207 North Main Street
Columbia City, Indiana 46725
Whitley County
(260) 244-7601

Check with Smith & Sons Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Columbia City, Indiana location.

Contact the Smith & Sons Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (260) 244-7601.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Smith & Sons Funeral Home can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.

The Smith & Sons Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Columbia City, Indiana. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Columbia City, Indiana and Whitley County.

Columbia City, Indiana Obituaries and News
Ellett, Robert Douglas February 26, 2015

Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory, Lynchburg, is assisting the family, 434-237-9424. Mr. Welford Deroy Smith, 67, of Brookneal, passed away on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 in Chesterfield County. He was the son of the late Mr. George Smith and Mrs. Grace Shipp ... (The News & Advance)

Wilma Shouse McBride February 24, 2015

They returned to Worthington in the early 1960’s, and she commuted weekly to Columbia, Mo., where she worked in public relations at Stephens College. Later she was Director of Publications at Indiana ... City Park through the funeral home. (Tribune-Star)

Helen Smith, 1942-2015 February 24, 2015

Helen Christine Smith, 72, of Columbia passed into eternity Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, at her home. Funeral services will be held ... Walter Raymond Smith; a son, Damon Smith of Jefferson City; six sisters, Charlene Gibson of Oklahoma City, Okla., (Columbia Daily Tribune)

Paul Leon "Arty" Luebbering February 20, 2015

Paul Leon "Arty" Luebbering, 46, of Westphalia, passed away Saturday, February 21, 2015, at University Hospital in Columbia, due to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident near Westphalia. He was born February 4, 1969, in Jefferson City, a son of ... (News Tribune)

Nadine Mary (Smith) Reyes February 18, 2015

MISSOULA – Nadine, 85, of Missoula passed away on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015, at her home, the Springs in Missoula. She was born on Dec. 21, 1929, in Hammond, Indiana, to Frank and Edith Smith ... and his staff at Garden City Funeral Home for the ... (Missoulian)

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Funeral Home Reviews
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.

Otterbein, Indiana
Mark Shoemaker was very helpful at time when we needed him to be. On-time prompt and very professional

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.

North Vernon, Indiana
DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THIS MAN! It's a good thing his primary customers are already dead, considering how he treats his live customers. In fact if you are unlucky enough to rent housing from him, you and your family may soon wind up as a customer at his funeral home. Perhaps that's the real reason he painted over and then refused to deal with *black mold* in a home he rents to a family with young children, two of whom have serious health problems. After consistently harassing (as in, peeking into their windows, sending *late-night* texts demanding to come over right then, ETC) he decided to tell cut off their water with NO warning. He is to pay utilities, the family has always paid their rent, this was uncalled for and illegal, especially in the middle of summer!!! The diabetic child cannot wash his hands before testing his blood glucose levels. He refuses to be reasonable and turn the water back on. Hmm, is business really that bad that you have to drum up more customers?"

Sharpsville, Indiana
On 12/5/12, I attended Ocie Sear's funeral. I'm not sure if you are aware of this, but as I sat there during the service, I vowed I would let you know. During the service, I became very, very upset with the noise coming from the office area. Do you realize that during Ocie's funeral, your phone rang THREE times. People came in and out multiple times. People were talking loud enough that I could hear their conversations in the service. I find it EXTREMELY disrespectful to the people who are grieving their loved ones. If that's going to be happening, at least shut the double doors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!