Funeral Homes

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Mr. W.A. Bullock established a funeral service in Hebron in 1902, where he also ran the General Store and was Hebron\\\'s Postmaster.\\r\\n\\r\\nAt that time, visitations were usually held in a person\\\'s home and the funeral service was either held at the home or at the church. Mr. Bullock was in read more »
Once the site of the connector tracks between Elm and Oak Streets for the old Ludlow Trolley, Wilfred E. \"Shorty\" Bullock purchased the property upon his return from World War II and constructed Bullock Funeral Home. The official grand opening and public inspection was held on July 10, 1949.\r\n\ read more »
The staff members of Middendorf Funeral Home will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and memory of a loved one. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: simple or elaborate, traditional or unique. No matter how it’s tailored, such a ceremony is an important st read more »
Before making any funeral arrangements, pre-arrangements or signing any contracts involving funeral, cemeteries or monuments, you should consult a licensed funeral director. Moore Family Funeral Homes' staff has the knowledge, reliability, and compassion to assist you and your family in every aspect read more »
A passion for service excellence and a partnership based on trust, loyalty, and mutual goals make Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre a family owned and operated business rich in tradition and community pride; all of which are deeply rooted in commitment and a strong sense of values. Morgan & Nay Funeral read more »
A passion for service excellence and a partnership based on trust, loyalty, and mutual goals make Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre a family owned and operated business rich in tradition and community pride; all of which are deeply rooted in commitment and a strong sense of values.\r\n\r\nMorgan & Nay Fun read more »
Ihlendorf Funeral Home was established by Henry Ihlendorf in 1876, at that time the business also included an ambulance service and a stable. After a major fire completely destroyed the Ihlendorf Funeral Home in 1943, Harold Ihlendorf joined forces with his friend and colleague George Kleb and toget read more »
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