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Richmond, Indiana Funeral Homes
110 S 8th Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374
(765) 962-0335
101 West Main St.
Richmond, Indiana 47374
(765) 983-2040
790 National Road W
Richmond, Indiana 47374
(765) 966-0596
1307 E Main Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374
(765) 962-1536
32 S 11th Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374
(765) 966-7684
222 N 10th Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374
(765) 962-9526
Richmond, Indiana Obituaries and News
The history of mass media in the Bay Area February 01, 2016

Ferris quit publishing the paper after a year and moved to Indiana where he established a successful law practice. Two of the longest-lived papers of the area were the Richmond Review ... and on Sunday mornings, obituaries sponsored by a local funeral ... (Voice News)

COBLER, Diane J. January 31, 2016

COBLER, Diane J. Age 76 of Dayton, passed away Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at Oaks of West Kettering. She was born October 23, 1939 in Richmond, Indiana the daughter of the late John and Evelyn Reed. She is preceded in death by her brother, David Reed. (

Gregory Coleman January 27, 2016

Richmond, Indiana - Gregory Martel "DJ G" Coleman, was born January 28, 1962 and left this earth unexpectedly on January 20, 2016. Greg worked for Wetzel for several years then for many more years work for the City of Richmond Parks Department. Greg was ... (

Billman, Elmer January 25, 2016

He was preceded in death by his wife Mary Bobbitt Billman and daughter Susan Billman of Fayetteville.Elmer was born in Shelbyville, Indiana to Louisa and Elmer ... and University of Richmond. He entered the actuarial profession and became a Fellow of ... (

Washington-area obituaries of note January 20, 2016

Obituaries of residents from the District ... for the subcommittee on veterans’ affairs of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Indiana S. Evans, 92, who taught at Emery Elementary School in Washington from 1968 to 1993, died Nov. 30 ... (Washington Post)

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

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.

South Bend, Indiana
my aunt was taken care of there at her viewing I saw something that was really disturbing........she had duct tape around her lower arms what for? I have no idea but I will never suggest anyone go there I know this was something that was not right

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.

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!