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Denver, Iowa Funeral Homes
110 S State St
Denver, Iowa 50622
(319) 984-5379
170 E Franklin
Denver, Iowa 50622
(319) 984-5555
Denver, Iowa Obituaries and News
Robert E. ‘Bob’ Kroemer February 13, 2017

(Ana), of Titusville, Florida, Bonnie Kintzel, of Lowden, Connie (Mike) Buck, of Anamosa, Iowa, Bobby (JoAnn), of Denver, Colorado, and Rodney, of Clarence; 13 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren; brothers, Howard (Nancy), of Lowden, Eugene of ... (Quad-Cities Times)

'Band of Brothers' paratrooper Edward Tipper dies at 95 February 13, 2017

His first teaching job was in Iowa, and then he returned to Colorado, teaching English and literature and running drama programs in Jefferson County on Denver's western edge. "So much of what people talk about with him is what he did in the war. (Los Angeles Times)

John L. Riddle February 13, 2017

He joined the United States Navy Feb. 22, 1977, and served on the USS Denver. He was honorably discharged Oct. 13 ... Freightliner and being a boiler technician for the State of Iowa. But his one true calling was driving semi. He started this 40-year ... (Le Mars Daily Sentinel)

'Band of Brothers' veteran Edward Tipper dies in Colorado February 11, 2017

His daughter, Kerry Tipper, says he died Feb. 1 in the Denver suburb of Lakewood ... After the war, he taught school in Iowa and Colorado. (Sioux City Journal)

Edward Tipper, one of the few remaining in the “Band of Brothers,” has died at age 95 February 10, 2017

Kerry Tipper said her father loved Colorado and was an avid skier well into his 80s. He had a nearly 30-year teaching career — starting in Iowa and then returning to Colorado, where he taught English literature and ran drama programs at schools in ... (Denver Post)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Sergeant Bluff, Iowa
WANT TO SIGN A COMMENT FOR DECEASED JAMES HUCK CANT FIND ONE TO SIGN ON LINE
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Ames, Iowa
My parents passed away recently. We used stevens funeral home both times. For my fathers memorial they rushed us and cut the memorial short by 35 minutes. People showed up after we were rushed out of there... They didnt allow people to get up and speak about my father because they were in such a hurry for us to leave early. We paid ahead of time for burial of the urns... After 3 months there is still no name on the burial site, even though plaques were paid for ahead of time.... Wish we would have gone elsewhere! Very unhappy! Also the building is very small and not well set up to have a funeral.
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Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Horrible, devastating experience. Wish they had negative marks for funeral directors.
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Osceola, Arkansas
I would just like to say that I would never use this funeral home due to the tasteless commercials it is showing for its wrestling program due to air beginning tonight. I find it totally disgusting in everyway.
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Alexandria, Virginia
02/23/13 at 11:00 am, Mr. Willam Creed was laid to rest in the Mount Comfort Cemetary. The weather was not perfect with a drizzling cold rain. Our family stood by Mr. Creed's grave site under a canopy that had been erected by your grounds keepers as well as metal folding chairs that had a cloth covering. Family members attempted to sit in the chairs only to discover they were completely saturated with water and the cloth covers have to be removed and the seats dried with kleenix. After sitting down water started to leak down on our family. I looked up and noticed not only was there a large tear in the canopy but you could see mud on the interior. Mr. Creed's casket was draped with an American flag which was also had water leaking on the top of it. I found this incident to be very disturbing by the lack of professionalism that was exhibited by your employees this day, Several of my family members are elderly and they got soaking wet. Mr. Creed was my uncle and Korean War veteran, the only professionals that did their duty this day was the Army Honor Guard and the Minister. My famly was insulted by the way your cemetary did not exercise due care to insure that their service would be made as comfortable as possible it is unexcusible to say the very least. My aunt had to pay $2300 for this service provided by your employees which is totally out of line for the quality of service provided.
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