Smith Brothers Funeral Home

545 E Mercury Blvd
Hampton, Virginia 23663
Hampton City County
(757) 723-4117

Check with Smith Brothers Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Hampton, Virginia location.

Contact the Smith Brothers Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (757) 723-4117.

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

The Smith Brothers Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Hampton, Virginia. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Hampton, Virginia and Hampton City County.

Hampton, Virginia Obituaries and News
Obituary: Mr. Stewart Smith was president of Cunningham chain, led efforts to bring retail venues to Grosse Ile April 16, 2015

Stewart Gene Smith, 89, died March 23, 2015, with his family at his Grosse Ile home. Mr. Smith was born and raised in Wyandotte. He is the son of William Melvin and Margaret Smith. He is preceded in death by his sister, Virginia, and his brothers ... (The News-Herald)

Geraldine Craft Tomlin April 15, 2015

Left with many cherished memories include her children, Eddie (Terry) Tomlin and David (Pam Smith) Tomlin both of Fayetteville, Judy (John) Johnson of Rockport, Ind. and Tana (Lonnie) Morris of Prosperity, W.Va ... Payne-Hess Funeral Home, Fayetteville. (The Register Herald)

Jester, Garl April 15, 2015

He served on the Yadkin County Nursing Home Advisory ... his brothers, Paul Jester and Onie Jester, preceded him in death. He is survived by his daughter, Darlene Jester Lineberry and her husband Jerry Lee Lineberry of Hampton, Virginia and his son ... (Winston-Salem Journal)

Helen M. Smith April 15, 2015

Smith at St. John Bosco Church, in Malone. He predeceased her on July 14, 1995. For more than twenty years, Helen was employed by Tru-Stitch Footwear in Malone. From 1981 until 1994, she was employed by the Alice Hyde Nursing Home as a nurse’s aid. (The Malone Telegram)

Brian “Doogie” Pledger, 68, of Manteo, NC April 15, 2015

Virginia Ligon; and four brothers, Richard, Sammy, Kenneth and Frederick Pledger. The family would like to thank Routh Cooper, RN of Dare Home Health and Hospice for her support and care of Doogie during his final days. A funeral service with military ... (Outer Banks Sentinel)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Orange, Virginia
In addition to all of the advertising, would it be possible to list the obituary so that those of us who live out-of-town could be informed?

Blackwater, Virginia
Robinette Funeral Home handled the services for my father on Sunday. Pat, his family, and Johnny are professionals who add a personal and sincere touch.

Danville, Virginia
I would like too apologize for the comment that was made about my grandmothers funeral (McCullen) in the review that was posted a few months ago!! First and foremost my grandmother was a private woman. She didnt wont a big church funeral just something small and with family. She only wanted a graveside service which was done. And Smith Funeral Services made sure that these things were meant. Even down too picking out my grandmother plot. They did a wonderful job and my mother,aunts,uncles and myself were very happy with there work. To - Smith Funeral Home I do apologize for the negive comment that was made towards your business... Just know that the ones that were there making arrangements were happy with everything that y'all did and that is all that matters!! And Again Thank You For Everything. C.Stone

Alexandria, Virginia
02/23/13 at 11:00 am, Mr. Willam Creed was laid to rest in the Mount Comfort Cemetary. The weather was not perfect with a drizzling cold rain. Our family stood by Mr. Creed's grave site under a canopy that had been erected by your grounds keepers as well as metal folding chairs that had a cloth covering. Family members attempted to sit in the chairs only to discover they were completely saturated with water and the cloth covers have to be removed and the seats dried with kleenix. After sitting down water started to leak down on our family. I looked up and noticed not only was there a large tear in the canopy but you could see mud on the interior. Mr. Creed's casket was draped with an American flag which was also had water leaking on the top of it. I found this incident to be very disturbing by the lack of professionalism that was exhibited by your employees this day, Several of my family members are elderly and they got soaking wet. Mr. Creed was my uncle and Korean War veteran, the only professionals that did their duty this day was the Army Honor Guard and the Minister. My famly was insulted by the way your cemetary did not exercise due care to insure that their service would be made as comfortable as possible it is unexcusible to say the very least. My aunt had to pay $2300 for this service provided by your employees which is totally out of line for the quality of service provided.

Danville, Virginia
thanks for a beautiful home going for john david cobbs