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Bowling Green, Ohio Funeral Homes
218 East Wooster Street
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
(419) 352-2171
408 West Wooster Street
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
(419) 352-2132
Bowling Green, Ohio Obituaries and News
Dennis J. Deters November 21, 2014

Bowling Green. He was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, the Ottawa Eagles, and Ottawa Knights of Columbus. He loved watching the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions, and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Denny also enjoyed brewing his home made ... (

Sue Ann (Bortel) Thomas November 21, 2014

Sue Ann (Bortel) Thomas, 69, died November 20, 2014, with her family by her side at St. Vincent Hospital in Toledo, Ohio. She was born July 13, 1945, in Bowling Green, Ohio to Stanley and Ruth Adele Bortel. Her father owned the local BG Mirror and Glass ... (The Sentinel Tribune)

Richard Lewis Swagger November 21, 2014

The Cleveland Heights, Ohio, native was preceded in death by his parents Jane ... Survivors include his loving wife, Shelly Duvall Swagger of Bowling Green; devoted brothers Jeffery Swagger of Delray Beach, Fla., Jon Swagger (Carol) of Vero Beach, Fla., (Daily News)

David Alan Evans November 19, 2014

Dave is survived by his wife, Paula (Bechtel) Evans, whom he married July 13, 1985; daughters, Stacy Evans and Stephanie Evans, both of Kent; mother-in-law, Jessie Bechtel of Bowling Green; brother-in-law, Jim (Shawna) Bechtel of Oak Harbor; sister-in-law ... (The Review alliance)

James R. Streeter November 17, 2014

Purcell Streeter. The Colonel had a quick wit and great sense of humor. He attended public schools in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan and received his formal education at Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio. During the Korean War he served the 114th ... (Ashtabula Star-Beacon)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Loudonville, Ohio
Walt is an amazing and very sympathic man. He handles everything with compassion and sympathy. He is simply amazing at putting your mind to ease and helping to walk you through what is surely to be called one of the roughest times of your life. Much love and gratitude for Byerly Lindsey Funeral home. Thanks Walt for everything. Sam and Stevana Duncan

South Webster, Ohio
Nastiest funeral home I have EVER been in my entire life in 2009! No AC and the smell of the body from the back room was horrible. It was so nasty that most of the family had to stay outside. I've heard it opened up again in 2011, but, I never plan to enter that place EVER again. Nasty, Nasty. I can't even give it 1 star.

East Liverpool, Ohio
thanks for doing a wonderful job. mom would have been happy. she looked great.

Felicity, Ohio
Thank you for your kindness, compasion, & meeting all of our needs for my father.

Minford, Ohio
They did not provide the service they should have. I had a write obit and get death certificate signed. When I confronted them about the service I was told to take my father somewhere else. This was two days before the service. Obit didn't get in paper until the day before and many people didn't know about Dad's death until after the service. Nobody should be treated the way I was treated. So beware if you take your loved ones here because you'll probably get less than you bargained for.