Stier-Israel Funeral Home Inc

917 East Main Street
Louisville, Ohio 44641
Stark County
(330) 875-1414

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Louisville, Ohio Obituaries and News
Local briefs: July 8 July 07, 2014

Ohio River bridge to close LOUISVILLE, Ky. — An Ohio River bridge that connects Louisville to southern Indiana will close for six weeks on Tuesday. The George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, also known as the Second Street bridge, will close to traffic for ... (The Herald Bulletin)

YOU SHALL NOT PASS: Clark Memorial Bridge closing Tuesday for next six weeks July 07, 2014

The bridge’s access to Court Avenue — and street-level traffic between Jeffersonville and Louisville ... The Clark Memorial Bridge serves an average of about 25,000 cars per day, according to a recent press release issued by the Ohio River Bridges ... (News and Tribune)

Indiana residents, businesses react to Clark Memorial Bridge closure July 07, 2014

Every day, his employees travel across the Ohio River to their warehouse in Louisville to pick up parts. Things are about to get a lot more complicated when the Clark Memorial Bridge shuts down for six weeks starting Tuesday as part of construction for ... (News and Tribune)

Tense calm in Jerusalem for Palestinian funeral July 04, 2014

The burned body of 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir was found Wednesday in a forest after he was seized near his home in east Jerusalem. The teen's funeral is set for later ... of their bodies early this week. Israel blamed Hamas for the abductions. (Associated Press)

Louisville officially becomes ACC member July 02, 2014

LOUISVILLE — Though Maryland's departure for the Big Ten ... adding, "I can think of no greater home or neighborhood that we would like to be associated with and be part of than the Atlantic Coast Conference." From Jurich's end, Tuesday culminated ... (Claremore Daily Progress)


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Funeral Home Reviews
South Charleston, Ohio
I just wanted to say thanks for doing such a great job on my dad and for treating our family like a part of your family. My dad looked so young and peaceful. Thanks for making this hard time, such a time we will remember, in a postitive way.
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Findlay, Ohio
I can not find the obituary of Robert E Thompson whom you have the services for Mar 9. I never saw a funeral home website that did not list the obituaries.
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Felicity, Ohio
Mr. McIntyre & his staff provided outstanding service for the loss of my loved one. They went above and beyond to meet our every need. They were able to work within our budget and still maintain the services we were looking for.
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East Cleveland, Ohio
they never answer their phone
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Lorain, Ohio
Walter is the best that a friend can ever have and he really knows his stuff and how to make a person feel welcome and a part of the family
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