Charles W Smith & Sons Funeral Home

2925 5th St
Sachse, Texas 75048
Dallas County
(972) 414-5050

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The Charles W Smith & Sons Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Sachse, Texas. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Sachse, Texas and Dallas County.

Sachse, Texas Obituaries and News
George M. Decell III August 13, 2016

Memorial services for Col. George M. Decell III, United States Air Force, retired, were Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, at 5 p.m. at Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home in McKinney, Texas, with burial today at 10 a.m. in the DFW National Cemetery located in Dallas. (Daily Leader)

Charles W. Smith and Sons, Sachse July 31, 2016

Theon “Ed” Ford, age 75 of Wylie, TX, passed away July 31, 2016 in Dallas, TX. He was born on November 13, 1940 in Covington, GA to Thurman Theodore and Gladys Melvina (Darby) Ford. Ed served in the U.S.... (legacy.com)

Obituaries from the Past Week August 03, 2016

POTKOSKI THOMAS W. POTKOSKI "Papa", 82 ... and harmonica player. Funeral Services will take place Friday, August 5, 2016 at 7:30 PM in TOMON & SONS FUNERAL HOME. The family will receive friends in THE TOMON & SONS FUNERAL HOME, 7327 PEARL RD., (S. (Cleveland Plain Dealer)

Charles W. Smith and Sons, Sachse August 02, 2016

Charles Virgile Wideman, age 74 of Garland, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Charles was born in Ashur, Arkansas to Ordith and Lucy Wideman on June 3, 1942. He is survived by his wife... (legacy.com)

Slain Travis County deputy remembered at funeral August 02, 2016

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed at his home north of Austin last week in what authorities said appeared to be an attempted burglary has been remembered at his funeral as a man of his word who tried to teach people. (San Francisco Gate)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Jacksonville, Texas
boren conner funeral home in jacksonville was the nicest people i have had to deal with during a death. they answered all questions and didnt push anything on me i didnt want. i would recomend this funeral home to anyone. they are great.
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San Antonio, Texas
Affordable, good service, I would recommend Brooks Funeral Home to anyone.
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Houston, Texas
this place tried to charge me 3900$ for a simple cremation he said n then we can choose an urn... at this point i laughed and said i just had my dad cremated at 700$, no thanks n hung up... if i could give minus stars i would
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Brownwood, Texas
I want to personally say thank you so much for going way beyond what is normal in the recent death of my baby sister, Angela Sue Jernigan. Your kindness was one thing but you opened your heart up to my family at a very hurtful time that we had to face. I thank God for each of you that helped us and provided so much love and kindness during our time of great need. We were overwhelmed by your generosity and from the bottom of my heart, thank you for making such a heartbreaking experience, more bearable by all that you did. God bless you all at Heartland Funeral Home.
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Abilene, Texas
Every story has two sides. North may have theirs, but here is our family's. North's Funeral Home is NOT concerned with your family during your time of grief. Our loved one, Oscar Villalobos, passed away this past week. He prearranged for his final moments with North's. Unfortunately, his final arrangements and family were handled with less respect than I'm sure he felt would happen. Apparently, every step of funeral arrangements must be made with North's for they will not guide nor assist the family unless it is paid for. The family's understanding of prearrangement did not meet the North's understanding. Please verify if all issues have been addressed: transportation of body, embalming, visitations, memorial service and certainly make sure that all these occur within their open hours otherwise it might get in the way of their evening plans. Additionally, get everything in writing and always know who with you are talking. We called and spoke with Sandy North stating we were coming in from out of town and we had flowers being sent for Oscar. She told husband they would hold them. However; we found a note on their doors DO NOT leave anything for Oscar Villalobos. Family has not made arrangements. Then, when we asked about the flowers, Ms. North told my husband they never delivered. In fact, the florist was called and told to pick them up. For a moment, let's forget the apparent lying and lack of respect. Let's say, we the family, did not make arrangements. A good business designed around service ( according to their sign, serving people for 100 years), you would think that a conversation would happen with the family to identify any shortcomings in arrangements. That they would insure all aspects were covered and a clear understanding of arrangements were made for both parties. Instead, we were told the body was in too bad of condition, it would take too long to make him look right and we wouldn't be able to see him until the next day before cremation. They did nothing to ease the family's pain and give them one last opportunity to say goodbye to a father, a grandfather, a brother...a good man. By the way, the cosmetic work they did was good. Oscar looked very natural, very much at peace. Pretty good for a body that was in "pretty bad condition". So, that is our side of this story. But, don't take our word for the service...ask anyone in Abilene. Ask the State School what their thoughts are of North's Funeral Home.
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