Eggleston-Meinert Funeral Home

440 South Coy Road
Oregon, Ohio 43616
Lucas County
(419) 698-4301

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Contact the Eggleston-Meinert Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (419) 698-4301.

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



The Eggleston-Meinert Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Oregon, Ohio. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Oregon, Ohio and Lucas County.

Oregon, Ohio Obituaries and News
Prep Volleyball: Area's stars square off Nov. 22 November 04, 2014

They will be coached by Kaylee Libby (Hononegah) and Pat Meinert (Belvidere North) The Area squad is: Haley Chang (Aquin S), Jaycee Cleaver (Dakota S/OH), Sydney DeWall (Pecatonica RS) Heather Gahm (Lena-Winslow RS/OH), Delaney Mahoney (Oregon S), Iman ... (Freeport Journal Standard)

Margulies' photography collection on display November 01, 2014

William Eggleston, Lee Friedlander, Alec Soth and Ed Ruscha. Museum officials say the photographs on display illustrate the expansiveness of the U.S. landscape and the diversity of its people, cities, streets and homes. They say Margulies' collection also ... (Merced Sun-Star)

Severed arm grabs spotlight at Civil War museum October 30, 2014

They say it belonged to a white male of about 16 who probably was from New York, Pennsylvania or Ohio, based on forensic evidence of his diet. The arm was donated to the Civil War museum in 2012. It had been displayed for decades at a roadside museum in ... (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Severed arm grabs spotlight at Civil War museum October 30, 2014

Researchers haven’t identified the owner of the arm but say it was most likely a Caucasian male, about 16 years old, from the New York-Pennsylvania-Ohio region. (AP Photo/ National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Lori Eggleston) (Chippewa Herald)

Severed arm grabs spotlight at Civil War museum October 30, 2014

"We don't want it to be a scary Halloween prop," said curator Lori Eggleston. "This is the arm of a 16-year-old ... soldier — who probably hailed from New York, Pennsylvania or Ohio, based on forensic evidence of his diet. There is a smaller possibility ... (The Miami Herald)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Springfield, Ohio
The funeral at Richards Raff and Dunbar for my aunt was meaningful for us, and their funeral prices were much less than the other funeral homes in town. They were very helpful with everything.
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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.
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Sciotoville, Ohio
So sorry to hear about Mae, I loved her. She was a dear friend and colleague at the bowling alley. Don'y forget that she also was a member of the Portsmouth Women's Bowling Assn. Hall of Fame.
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Columbus, Ohio
I would never think of using anyone else. This is the third time we have used Evans. They are the greatest most compassionate people. I don.t know what we would have done without them after the tragic death of our son Dan. All you have to do is tell them what you want and its done. Thanks Melanie, Dwight and your entire staff...Craig & Bette
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Cleveland, Ohio
Did service for a close relative at there new location near warrensville,Ohio. Building is nice and clean,but disappointed on employees followed up with family about further business once my loved one was in the ground and all checks cashed. They could do a lot better with their customer service.
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