Beam-Fender Funeral Home

123 Winchester Street
Sardinia, Ohio 45171
Brown County
(937) 446-2670

Check with Beam-Fender Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Sardinia, Ohio location.

Contact the Beam-Fender Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (937) 446-2670.

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



The Beam-Fender Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Sardinia, Ohio. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Sardinia, Ohio and Brown County.

Sardinia, Ohio Obituaries and News
A Last-Minute Guide to Buying Health Insurance February 14, 2015

Do you remember when you had that fender-bender in college and the body shop said it would cost $5,000 to put your Bondo-covered Buick Skylark back to (what you could imagine a Buick Skylark approximating, in its sad, puttery way) tip-top shape? (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Letter to the Editor: Don Reyher February 04, 2015

Has anyone seen Obama show any animosity towards Muslims? Could it be, oh surely not! Obama needs to get it through his head we cannot win this war the Islamic terrorists have waged against us and the free world with defense only. We need to go on ... (theprowersjournal.com)

Sandra Kay Jones January 27, 2015

Services were Dec. 19 2014 at the Sardinia Church of Christ. Burial was in Sardinia Cemetery. The Beam-Fender Funeral Home, P.O. Box 65, Sardinia, Ohio 45171 is serving the family. (highlandcountypress.com)

Topic matches for karen mayes-burke January 20, 2015

A family visitation will be 7 until 9 p.m. Tuesday at Havenbrook Funeral Home in Norman. Services are under the direction of Havenbrook Funeral Home. He was called Ross all of his life. He was baptized at St. John's Episcopal Church and served as an ... (Norman Transcript)

Supreme Court sets stage for historic gay rights ruling January 16, 2015

The appeals before the court come from gay and lesbian plaintiffs in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee ... Associated Press writers Adam Beam in Louisville, Kentucky; Travis Loller in Nashville, Tennessee; Dan Sewell in Cincinnati; and Ed White ... (Buffalo News)


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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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Sebring, Ohio
So sorry to hear about Lory.He was a very special friend. He will always be remembered.
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Felicity, Ohio
Just want to comment that I have never been treated with such caring staff (and the price was very reasonable too).
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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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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.
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