West Point, Nebraska Funeral Homes

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West Point, Nebraska Funeral Homes
830 S Colfax Street
West Point, Nebraska 68788
(402) 372-2022
121 E Park
West Point, Nebraska 68788
(402) 372-2967
West Point, Nebraska Obituaries and News
LDS Missionaries digitize thousands of local historical records, present public program Saturday in Alliance January 28, 2016

Often Civil War vets disappeared into the west and depending if they ... 18,000 cemetery records with copies of obituaries and tombstones for many of the deceased buried in and around Box Butte County and along Nebraska Highway 2, atlases, deeds, marriage ... (Star-Herald)

Patsy Nadine Sims January 22, 2016

Nadine was born in West Point, Tennessee on March 17 ... Memorial Contributions may be made to Community Hospice of NE Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257 or Donate.CommunityHospice.com Arrangements are under the care and direction of ... (legacy.com)

Vauiso, Joshua D. "LEP" January 02, 2016

There will be a little family reunion at Lincoln Pius X next Tuesday when Millard West visits and the ties to Nebraska high school basketball … The date for Nebraska's Red-White Spring Game is set and invoices to season-ticket holders for the upcoming ... (Lincoln Journal Star)

Dennis Wright Sr. December 29, 2015

On July 27, 1985, he was united in marriage to Patty Hagedorn at West Point. The couple had one daughter, Tonya. Dennis and Patty made their home in Kearney where he worked for Jack Letterman and Co. He also worked for various companies as an over the road ... (Kearney Hub)

Kreikemeier, John B. December 20, 2015

Kreikemeier, John B. Age 94 West Point, NE. Died Monday, December 21, 2015 at Fremont Health Center. John is survived by his wife, Virginia, of Fremont; sons, John A. (Anita) of North Bend, Kevin (Cherie) and Thomas (Kris) both of West Point; daughters ... (m.omaha.com)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Omaha, Nebraska
I have never in my life been so DISGUSTED with a business. Absolute lack of class, dignity, honor, and respect! The proprietor made us feel second class - like we were a burden to his busy schedule, and business - rushing through details like we were in line for a burger and fries! He even made us feel like we were holding him up, like what he was doing was a favor for us. How can anyone remain in business without some empathy at a families time of suffering, and need for compassionate patience is beyond me. If I could rate him lower than 1 I would. And parking was terrible.
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Omaha, Nebraska
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Hays, Kansas
Steer clear of Clines Mortuary! Someone very close to me recently passed away. Cookie Cline was hired to do the funeral and make the arrangements, typical funeral director stuff. I should mention that my family is far from 'well-off', so we put together a pretty modest funeral and bought the casket elsewhere. We were charged nearly $9k for his services, which had to be paid in full before anything happened, forcing us to take out a loan until the insurance arrives. This was non negotiable, and he already had our loved one. Then the night of the wake... It was held in Victoria, where the paneling on the walls is still from the 70's, end tables and desks were all water stained with the finish coming off, and the mens room was out of order. I along with numerous people heard Cookie cussing freely, being extremely condescending when asked questions, also being exceptionally rude to mothers with fussy babies or children (almost yelling), and telling jokes about his dick and circumcision. On top of all this, he began taking down flowers at 8:30 and rudely forced us to leave the funeral home at 8:37pm. ("Time to go to your cars guys. Time to go home.") That doesn't seem like a big deal until you think about the few *minutes* you have left to see someone you cared about forever. The day of the funeral, he knowingly allowed someone to 'sneak' something into the casket without the spouses consent, which wasn't realized until later in the day after it was all said and done. Immediately after finishing services at the cemetery (which was unmowed with grass 8" tall, pallbearers nearly tripped multiple times), Cookie instructed us all to leave, citing the luncheon as his reason. He literally told someone to grab the sobbing spouses wheelchair and take her to the car because people are waiting on her. Overall, my family paid Cookie Cline almost $9k (services only, casket not included) for an outdated, unmaintained facility where he was extremely rude and disrespectful while putting forth an unacceptably minimal amount of work or care. All this being said, I beg you to reconsider choosing Clines Mortuary should you find yourself in a position that requires the type of services he offers... This is far from the mortuary Harold Cline operated. For the sake and dignity of your loved one, find a different funeral director. Please share this so others know what they might expect when hiring Cookie Cline.
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Martinez, Georgia
The sign is not visible from road. I drove by 2 times. The writing in the newspaper looked like it was thrown together in a rush very sloppy and not thought out. Was told that some types of flowers were not accepted unless they were a certain height. But on their website, they have where you can order flowers in vases and states they are appropriate for church or funeral home. When the family arrived at the cemetery the director (Ms) was standing with her arms folded like she was ready for it to be over and where have you been kind of look. No flowers were at the cemetery. The casket was already lowered in the ground but had not been closed yet. There was not tent or chairs. After they closed the casket and before everyone left, the maintenance guys were on hand to go ahead and cover up the casket only to get it over kind of attitude. So, I would not EVER choose Kings. I was not pleased at all.
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
Gets funeral home is not on the ball sometimes I don't think they even know where the ball is
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