Smith-McQuiston Funeral Home

321 Us 27 S
Fountain City, Indiana 47341
Wayne County
(765) 847-2612

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

Contact the Smith-McQuiston Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (765) 847-2612.

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



The Smith-McQuiston Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Fountain City, Indiana. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Fountain City, Indiana and Wayne County.

Fountain City, Indiana Obituaries and News
Unconfined to a stage, 'Hamlet: See What I See' provides fresh perspectives November 17, 2016

Armer, stage it throughout Barnett on Washington, a glamorous old building that was once home to the old City ... lip of a fountain until they're on the move again. Just figuring out where to station yourself was a distraction — though Smith's lucid ... (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Smith-McQuiston Funeral Home October 26, 2016

Violet Barker, 87, formerly of Fountain City, passed away Friday, September 23. She was born July 19, 1929 in Richmond to the late Cecil P. and Dorothy M. Harris Hall. She was united in marriage to Wilbur L. Barker... (legacy.com)

Norman Snell October 25, 2016

He was born in Winchester, Indiana on July 8 ... 2:00 pm on Sunday, October 30 at the Smith & McQuiston Funeral Home, 321 US 27 South, Fountain City. Interment will follow in Buena Vista Cemetery in Randolph County. Family and friends may gather from ... (Democrat and Chronicle)

Bill Fackson October 17, 2016

Richmond, Indiana - William A ... 1:00 pm on Wednesday, October 19 at the Smith & McQuiston Funeral Home, 321 US 27 South, Fountain City. Interment will follow in Willow Grove Cemetery. Family and friends may gather from 11:00 am–1:00 pm on ... (Indianapolis Star)

Violet Barker September 26, 2016

She was born on July 19, 1929, in Richmond, Indiana to Cecil P ... IN 46278 or online at donate.cancer.org. Smith & McQuiston Funeral Home, Fountain City is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be expressed online at smithmcquistonwebster.com. (Greenfield Daily Reporter)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Oakland City, Indiana
John and everyone were wonderful to our family. We thank you for helping us in this difficult time.
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Coatesville, Indiana
Excellent funeral home. All aspects were handled very well. I recommend them without reservation.
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Terre Haute, Indiana
The entire staff is exceptional ...They handled this sad time with grace and compassion...thank you.
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Alexandria, Indiana
Bud and Susan are both caring people and work with you to give the best service possible . Our family has chosen them for two previous funeral services and the latest was on Saturday the 19th for a Memorial service for my daughter Brenda Mullins Moore. Highly recommend them to anyone needing their service's.
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Valparaiso, Indiana
Callous and unprofessional. They made a difficult time that much harder by their lack of helpfulness, lack of compassion and lack of respect shown to our family and our deceased loved one. I can give many examples but the three most hurtful were never offering their condolences to our family, never calling to let us know the cremation was complete, and, the most serious of the three, shipping our loved one's ashes to us in a used shoe box. They should not be in business.
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