Florence, South Carolina Funeral Homes

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Florence, South Carolina Funeral Homes
450 N Dargan Street
Florence, South Carolina 29506
(843) 662-0539
512 W 2nd Loop Road
Florence, South Carolina 29505
(843) 665-7177
106 E Darlington Street
Florence, South Carolina 29506
(843) 662-3581
4210 W Palmetto Street
Florence, South Carolina 29501
(843) 346-7322
1014 Harmony Street
Florence, South Carolina 29501
(843) 662-5901
307 Johns Street
Florence, South Carolina 29506
(843) 662-7192
2402 South Irby Street
Florence, South Carolina 29506
(843) 662-5251
400 S Dargan Street
Florence, South Carolina 29506
(843) 669-6311
Florence, South Carolina Obituaries and News
Ernest Ivory July 20, 2014

After retirement, he was involved in several veterans groups to include the South Carolina Combat Veterans, the DAV of Darlington, the Pee Dee Area Veterans Group, and the Purple Heart Group. Ernest was employed at the Florence Civic Center for 15 years. (SCNow)

Obituary: Lester Sawyer June 29, 2014

North Carolina; four grandchildren, Chris Sawyer and wife Brandi of Charleston, South Carolina, Kevin Sawyer and wife Laura of Alexandria, Virginia, Holly Springer and husband Josh of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Wesley Napier of Chattanooga ... (Oak Ridge Today)

Obituary: GARDNER, WESLEY July 15, 2014

Wesley Merrill Gardner died at his residence in Florence, South Carolina on September 2, 2010. Wesley (Pat) was born in Venice, Utah, a son of David Grant Gardner and Mamie Mecham Gardner. He graduated from Richfield, Utah high-school. He retired in ... (Deseret News)

David A. Hatfield June 27, 2014

He was a former employee of Asea Brown Boveri (ABB), a Swedish based company, located in the Florence, South Carolina Plant. His career began at age 22 in the Columbia, South Carolina, shop after two years of college at Midlands Technical College. (Item)

Memphis-area obituaries for Wednesday June 25 June 24, 2014

Stokes, Jasmine, Jerica, and Jada Newsom, all of Memphis, TN; sister, Patricia Ann Dabney; sisters-in-law, Martha Ray (Jesse) and Patricia Jackson of Memphis, TN; and brother-in-law, Richard Knox (Mary) of Aikens, South Carolina. Visitation will be Friday ... (The Commercial Appeal)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Marion, South Carolina
Davis funeral Service gives you service with dignity. Displays Professionalism at all times.
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Winnsboro, South Carolina
This is for my Aunt Sis who was not just a Aunt to me but like a mother too. Aunt Sis never complained but she sure would keep you in line. I will never forget the best times of my life when I was suppose to be coming to Aunt Sis for the summer and it turned out to be the best times of my life. Aunt Sis would have to sendthe forces out to find me and my cousin Bill because I didn't want to come home. It was like yesterday. I can still smell the breakfast she would cook fore me and the fried chicken in the evenings she was the best Aunt anyone could ask for. Aunt Sis I am going to miss talking to you and all the good times I had with you. You always stuck up for me and I will love you forever in my heart. God Bless you and keep you safe and warm until we all meet again. I Love You from the bottom of my heart!
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Greenville, South Carolina
I have been there msny times. It is a lovely place. A place to remember your fruends with nyour friends.God Blss!!! ELeanor Ballenger
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Seneca, South Carolina
Seneca Mortuary no longer exists. Why is it printed with local funeral homes. The business closed yerars ago and the building burnt to the ground.
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Orangeburg, South Carolina
I have attended several funerals at your chapel within several months. Facilities are excellent but would like to make a suggestion. For the funerals that have an overflow into the foyer there should be some kind of audio so all can hear the services. Also, additional chairs set up for old people like me who cannot stand for a long period of time. Only suggestions but sure would help.
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