Carl J Savino Funeral Home

157 S Main Avenue
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18504
Lackawanna County
(570) 342-0630

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Scranton, Pennsylvania Obituaries and News
Guns, laptop found with ambush suspect's capture November 05, 2014

The survivalist marksman charged in a deadly ambush on a Pennsylvania state police barracks kept more ... they believe Frein had been breaking into cabins and unoccupied vacation homes for food and shelter. Investigators found evidence of sustenance ... (The Miami Herald)

Community Supports Families of PA Troopers November 02, 2014

SCRANTON, P.A. -- The community in Scranton, Pennsylvania has gathered to raise money for the ... "My husband's specific unit has been up there the entire search. It's been hard being home alone with our children. I know my daughter has cried herself ... (binghamton.twcnews.com)

Obituaries from the Past Week November 02, 2014

Wiest and wife Shirley (Lebo) of Enola, one sister Bettijane J ... Funeral services will be held Wednesday November 5, 2014 at 12:00 P.M. with Pastor Carl E. Slough officiating from the John R. Shultz Funeral Home, 406 Market St., Lykens, Pa. (PennLive.com)

'We just had a hunch': US marshals nab Eric Frein November 01, 2014

With the manhunt over, tactical experts like Malkowski and Kimball were getting ready to leave the northeastern Pennsylvania woods behind. Kimball's next mission? "Go home to see my kids." (The Miami Herald)

After murder suspect is caught, a sigh of relief October 31, 2014

MILFORD, Pa. (AP) — For 48 days, Eric Frein was everywhere and nowhere ... shops and other businesses that lost money as tourists avoided the search area and locals stayed home. Monroe County asked business owners to fill out a "snapshot of their ... (The News & Advance)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Foley did my friend Tim Hearn in July 2010 and it was the worst ever . He should have never let the casket be open . he should be ashamed of himself even being a funeral director
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Mount Union, Pennsylvania
I have nothing but great things to say about Heath's. They have service my family for years! They make you feel at ease, and go over and beyond for your needs! I would lime to thank Matt Heath for what he did for me in my time of need with my fathers passing! I can't tell you what that meant for me!
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Townville, Pennsylvania
Very discouraged as we could locate the obit
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Tionesta, Pennsylvania
where can we send condolences online?
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
In reply to Joe Browne's complaint---Joe--We are sorry that you feel this way and understand your being upset. However, a funeral director can only advise a family on closing a casket. We cannot force a family to say yes to a closed casket. We are not ashamed of our work-we go farther than most would. We advise a family, but CANNOT force them to make a decision. We do what the family asks us to do after we have made our recommendations. We hope that your heart can rest in the fact that Tim is at peace.
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