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New York
2525 Westchester Avenue
Bronx, New York 10461
(718) 823-6200
353 2nd Avenue
New York, New York 10010
(212) 289-2221
352 East 87th Street
New York, New York 10128
(212) 535-1500
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Pennsylvania
210 E End Ave
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15221
(412) 731-5626
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South Carolina
407 W Marion Street
Kershaw, South Carolina 29067
(803) 475-4188
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Tennessee
220 Highway 61 E
Maynardville, Tennessee 37807
(865) 992-5456
695 Buffalo Valley Rd
Cookeville, Tennessee 38501
(931) 528-1044
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Virginia
1601 27th Street
Newport News, Virginia 23607
(757) 380-0251
405 Johnson Avenue
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
(757) 539-4861
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West Virginia
600 Old Fort St
Cedar Grove, West Virginia 25039
(304) 595-2561
2002 20th Street
Nitro, West Virginia 25143
(304) 755-3334

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Funeral Home Reviews
Corydon, Indiana
May I read again my condolence sent to Paul David Reynolds?
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Bloomington, Illinois
Your computer system is of no value, other than posting you phone number. I wasn't able to use it to find a funeral let alone the obituary. totally unacceptable.
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dear Family Members: This is a note from Bernetta Ramsey. She is the granddaughter of Cora Vee Robinson. Cora was the daughter of Bertram Thomas Blakey Sr's half-brother(Aaron Herron(Herring)). She explains what happened when they used Spriggs & Watson Funeral Home to bury her grandmother last Fall. We are both asking the Pittsburgh Blakey Family and friends to take this into consideration when having to choose a Funeral Home to bury a loved one. "My grandma Cora Robinson died on September 13,2012 we had went to Spriggs and Watson for them to do the services Mr. Anderson is the person that we dealt with he owed us a refund that we didn't get November we talked to him on several different times was told we would get the refund. So our next step was to send a certified letter which he didn't accept so had to paid extra money for a constable to serve him. We had to take him to Magistrate January 24,2013 which he didn't even show up the Judge ruled in our favor. Why he felt that he should keep more than he was to get I don't know showed us he's a shaddy man" Thank You
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Wake Forest, North Carolina
My family has always used Feggins-Feggins funeral Home because of the professional manner in which they conduct services. The caring staff and owners handle all details according to family wishes. From first contact to last, they always conduct services in an orderly, respectful way. They run a smooth and efficient operation.
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Washington, Pennsylvania
Dealing with CR and his crew is like dealing with a bunch of poorly trained monkeys. My father died very suddenly, without any true preparation in funerary matters. So you'd think that Piatt&Barnhill would take the opportunity to do the best job they could. They didn't. Created by CR and his terrible toupee our questions were greeted by a series of bumbling "uhs" and "I don't know". If my father's body wasn't already in transit I would have walked out then and know now what I do, I should have. But that was only the beginning. After countless clerical errors on the death certificates, they refused to mail them to us. Demanding that we stop in and pick them up. For being in the business of helping alleviate stress and work during a time of grief theses people, they fail immensely.
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