Rush-Devlin Funeral Home

42 Church Street
Bloomsbury, New Jersey 08804
Hunterdon County
(908) 479-4100

Check with Rush-Devlin Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Bloomsbury, New Jersey location.

Contact the Rush-Devlin Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (908) 479-4100.

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



The Rush-Devlin Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Bloomsbury, New Jersey. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Bloomsbury, New Jersey and Hunterdon County.

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Winfield, long-serving Marlboro Man, dies in Wyoming at 85 January 13, 2015

(AP) — One of the last of the Marlboro Men has died in Wyoming. Darrell Hugh Winfield was 85. He died Monday at his home in Riverton, Davis Funeral Home said. The Marlboro Man was a macho cowboy whose image in advertising from the 1950s to the late 1990s ... (Denver Post)

William P. Rush Jr. January 02, 2015

Rush Jr., 87 ... at Doyle-Devlin Funeral Home, 695 Corliss Ave., Phillipsburg, New Jersey. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Interment of cremains will be held at Bloomsbury Cemetery at a later date. (Pocono Record)

Bill Butler, 88 January 01, 2015

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Bill Butler, 88, of Asbury, N.J., a World War II veteran and a longtime harness racing driver and trainer, died Saturday in his home. Born in Tottenville, Mr. Butler had lived in New Jersey for the past 50 years, but maintained his ... (Staten Island Advance)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Wood Ridge, New Jersey
We laid out my Uncle at this place and it was disgusting to say the least! The smell of Cigarettes was over whelming when you walked in the door and it is very dated. The couches were stained and all sagging and the carpeting was worn out. My Aunt who is elderly asked if I would help her and the Gentleman was kind to her but he kept switching prices midstream she was confused and I ask that he please leave the room to discuss further. I spoke to my Aunt and as I looked over by the door he was standing and eavesdropping. Needless to say we left it was very unsettling experience. I cannot remember his name but he was older wore glasses and smelled of Cigars. Outside the place looks lovely but once inside it is a timewarp
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Raritan, New Jersey
I'm so glad that I made the decision of having Anna Bongiovi help us plan and go through the funeral arrangements for my mother. The courtesy, respect and professionalism showed were outstanding to say the least. Although Anna was absent her reflection was on Eve, whom I couldn’t thank enough for making us feel as if my mom were her own. Wayne thank you for greeting our friends and families plus attending to all our needs. From the moment this process started until the end the utmost respect, reverence and care was all that was shown from this funeral home staff. Anthony thank you for taking my mom to her final resting place with such class. Thank you will never be enough to say how appreciative we are and always will be
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Garfield, New Jersey
I live over 2 hours away from Kamienski Funeral Home in Garfield, New Jersey now, however, as a child I grew up in the area and many of my family still live in the surrounding areas. Kamienski has taken wonderful care of all my family since I can remember. My mom, who now lives with me, wanted her funeral pre-paid and her arrangements to be made here in Garfield. The concern and helpfulness I received when making my mom s arrangements were genuine. You can t imagine what a relief is is to me to have all the arrangements done living so far away.
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Wallington, New Jersey
Kamienski Funeral Home has quite the reputation. First, the father hires an habitual cuss John Condrick, who underhandledly has stolen excessive finances during Pauls wrongful imprisonment for 20 years, has driven away devout clientel and key staff members such as Henry Scarpa whom were pleasureable to deal with avoiding Johns arrogance and insults to families. His longtime companion works the office and numbers and has been known to have funneled finances out of the business, along with occupying the firms property in Passaic, which housed a former location and the vehicles. John, do yourself and the profession a favor, but mostly the funeral home, resign your license and become a customer yourself. You are not wanted by the communities you have deceived for years since licensed in 1959. Give Fred Surdyka the advantage to make Kamienski Funeral Home a respected institution you have ruinated. Your absence wont be missed.
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Fort Lee, New Jersey
The owner, Frank Patti, is an egomaniac and controlling asshole, has quite a track record fired from Lebers in 1967, indicted on embezzlement charges placed on cease/desist order from 1975 to 1981 from Volks, sells caskets for Batesville horrifying funeral directors in New Jersey and New York for 6 years and claims hes better than anyone within 300 miles. Frank, a survey was taken, you along with Peter Kulbacki, Richard Holle, Bruce VanTassel, Bart Brazinski and Scott Nimmo, voted most hated funeral directors in New Jersey.
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