Millard E Latimer & Son Funeral Directors Inc

983 Plymouth Avenue South
Rochester, New York 14608
Monroe County
(585) 328-2680

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Rochester, New York Obituaries and News
GET A JUMPSTART ON YOUR WEEKEND PLANS January 06, 2015

Robert Ligocki steers his Belgian horse team on his homemade hay bail unroller Tuesday morning off Highway 14 East near Sheridan. Ligocki is a third generation rancher in the Sheridan area. He prefers a team of horses for feeding over a four-wheel drive ... (The Sheridan Press)

Today's Obituary Notices - Minneapolis, St. Paul and Minnesota | Star Tribune January 12, 2015

Brown, Margaret E. age 94 of Le Sueur, died Tuesday ... Margaret was a wonderful mom to her son, Jim (Patti) Brown of Edina and daughter, Nancy (Charlie) Davis of St. Louis Park. Beloved Grandma Tootsie to Kris Chanley of Savage, Julie Okland of Savage ... (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Starbucks sorry for not serving woman with dog September 03, 2014

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Starbucks has apologized to a 24-year-old woman who said she wasn't allowed in a Rochester-area store because she had a service dog. The Democrat and Chronicle of Rochester reports (http://on.rocne.ws/1rlLHnL) that Amy Kaplan of ... (The Grand Island Independent)

Community Health & Wellness Fair to be held in Rochester August 08, 2014

Millard E. Latimer & Son Funeral Directors, Inc. is hosting its second Community Health & Wellness Fair on Saturday ... held to recognize the company's 92 years of service, making it Rochester's longest established African-American business. (WHEC TV-10)

Topic matches for "cooking" July 25, 2014

Spargo will be from 5 to 8 p.m., Friday, April 11, 2008, in the BURR FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY ... during a recreational class at the Loretta Paganini School of Cooking. CARL E. FEATHER / Star Beacon CAR SALESMEN like Wayne Lett (left) and Steve Cook ... (Ashtabula Star-Beacon)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Yonkers, New York
Thanks to Ms. KIMBERLY for all her assistance with my brother final appearance to our family and friends. She is so professional and compassionate. I will truly use her service again. The quality of the preparation was supper.
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Bronx, New York
should have mentioned date of death March 4, 1992
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Whitestone, New York
My mom recently reposed at your Whitestone facility. Your personell showed kindness and attention to details and this was most appreciated. However, we feel that this home is in need of updating, cleaning and painting. Thank you for the opportunity to express my concerns
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Medina, New York
On behalf of 8 daughters and a mother, we want to thank Coopers and Jake Hebdon for the wonderful, very professional services provided. Jake came to the house and picked up my father. From the minute he walked in the door he made my 80 year old very comfortable. We told her he was "Jake from State Farm", she knew that commercial well. Then I found out that I actually worked with his mother and had known all about his career change and adventures in his new career. From that point on he dealt very well addressing questions and answers to my mother instead of all the girls. He answered her questions in a way she understood. She was able to make her own decision with as much time as she needed. She chose cremation but, did not want the ashes at the service. He took our special pictures to the floral shop so flowers could be arranged around them. He also contacted the Veterans associations and set up the arrangements for the military service. He even took some calls throughout the couple days with last minute questions we each had. I am disabled and can not walk or stand for only a few minutes at a time. Cooper's have an elevator which makes it very convenient for anyone with ambulation difficulties. I was able to use a cane instead of a walker or wheelchair because of the elevator convenience. The room was large and our party fit in there nicely. We felt all together. Some funeral homes have 2 small rooms and the people in the back feel separated and blocked off. In those visual ability is poor as well as hearing what people are saying. We were told by a person in attendance that this was the best funeral they have attended. I agree, my 2 brother in laws were allowed to perform the service. The floral shop owner is a long time friend of my parents. Like I said, we appreciate everything they did to make this day easier for us and they succeeded. I would recommend Cooper's Funeral Home to anyone.
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Lima, New York
In contacting this funeral home with regard to the burial of a Veteran, I found them to be very elusive in providnig information to the point that they did not want the American Legion to attend the burial because "there will not be any services". When I told them we just want to pay our respects regardless of the lack of services, I received the same response - "there are not going to be any services - we just drop him off and the Veterans cemetery buries him at their leisure".
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