Pocomoke City, Maryland Funeral Homes

Send funeral flowers to a funeral home in Pocomoke City, Maryland. Beautiful sympathy flowers delivered by local florists to any Pocomoke City, Maryland funeral service.


Pocomoke City, Maryland Funeral Homes
406 Clarke Ave
Pocomoke City, Maryland 21851
(410) 957-3800
819 4th St
Pocomoke City, Maryland 21851
(410) 957-0080
103 Linden Ave
Pocomoke City, Maryland 21851
(410) 957-0224
Pocomoke City, Maryland Obituaries and News
2002 Inductees February 03, 2015

He also played in the First Chesapeake League; pitched for Kilmarnock Semi-Pro team; pitched for WestNottingham Academy in Maryland and was invited to ... College and played professional ball with Pocomoke City of the Eastern Shore League. (Northern Neck News)

Cal Ripken Jr. surprised Pocomoke High students who campaigned for him to speak at graduation January 28, 2015

Pocomoke High students campaigned for Cal to speak at graduation. He surprised them Wednesday with a visit. #WeWantCal campaign paid off for Pocomoke High students, who got a visit from Ripken Wednesday. During the Orioles' playoff run in October, students ... (The Baltimore Sun)

F. Read Trego January 27, 2015

Read Trego, 87, of Cambridge, MD, passed away on Tuesday ... a granddaughter Michelle Trego of Pocomoke City, and several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, Mr. Trego is preceded in death by four brothers Melvin Trego, Howard Trego, William Trego ... (My Eastern Shore MD)

Louise M. McGoogan January 28, 2015

and Verdie Troupe Maroney. She married the late Marvin W. “Mac” McGoogan in 1951 and they first moved to Hampton, VA, then to Pocomoke City, MD. It was in Pocomoke City that Louise lived most of her adult life and raised her family. She was an active ... (The Star Democrat and you)

Samuel T. Moore Jr. January 06, 2015

Born in Pocomoke, Md., he was the only son, growing up with his five sisters. After a career with IBM, he retired and resided in Fredericksburg for more than 30 years with his late wife, Evelyn. He served as a Marine during World War II and fought in the ... (Free Lance-Star)


Featured Blogs

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. From an Irish headstone"- Richard Puz, The Carolinian You've been asked to deliver the Eulogy at your loved ones funeral. Where do you begin? Start with the purpose and definition of a eulogy. A eulogy is a short speec...

Read More...


What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...

Read More...


Funeral Home Reviews
Laytonsville, Maryland
We have used them for years always caring and understanding and have never felt rushed or put our in any manor...
Posted:

Dundalk, Maryland
Would not use this home. They do not care about anything.
Posted:

Lonaconing, Maryland
does not exist now in the town of Lonaconing nor has it for 10 years.
Posted:

Laytonsville, Maryland
I would not recommend the Muriel Barber Funeral Home in Laytonsville, MD. The charges are steep ($500/hour for funeral costs), and the staff is inflexible. The decor is outdated as well. I would choose an alternate setting for a warm family gathering. This funeral home rushed us out at the end of our 3 hour period because they had booked something else. Not the feeling you want as you end a day of grieving.
Posted:

Glen Burnie, Maryland
I would NEVER recommend this funeral home to anyone. I would never want a family to experience what mine did. It started when my mother in law passed and they sent one person to pick up her body. They had the two son's and grandsons place her in the body bag and carry her down the steps and outside to the van to take her away. Her head was exposed and even the neighbors were in disbelief. When I questioned Carol at Fink Funeral Home she said they were short handed and that was why only one person showed up to pick her up.. I had asked her what would of happened if my 84 year old father in law had been there alone and she said then they would have called the police for assistance, but they didn't do that. My husband will have that memory of his mom in that bag until the day he dies......ITS UNACCEPTABLE! The obituary had her name spelled wrong, the typing had mistakes and the grammar was deplorable. Doesn't anyone proof read this things?. The death certificate had the wrong social security number and I was told the corrected ones were in the mail. I never received them and after numerous phone calls I had to go myself to Vital Records and repay for them myself. When I kept calling Carol for these she said to me, "well they are coming from Glen Burnie." Il live in Baltimore County and mail arrives within a day or 2. Again, we never received them when I kept calling her, she hung up on me. I wouldn't even give this hole in the wall a1 star rating. Do yourselves a favor and go to a reputable place for your loved ones, this is NOT THE PLACE TO GO ! Save your family the grief mine had to suffer !!!!
Posted: