Recent Examples of funeral home from the Web
The Flint funeral home had been fined several times and faced multiple complaints before Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs suspended licenses of the business and its manager, O’Neil Swanson II.
According to 2013 accounting records for one Florida funeral home, Science Care reimbursed $180 to $525 per body.
In the afternoon, the authorities learned that another had died early in the morning, and was initially uncounted because the person had been taken directly to a funeral home.
Family members and funeral homes provided the job and industry information, which is recorded on death certificates.
Victorian mourning traditions gave way to funeral homes and hearses.
About every 10 years, a local funeral home is asked to perform a memorial and a mass burial of the unclaimed.
Phyllis called the funeral home listed in the obituary – Johnson & Sons of Reidsville – and someone there gave them a phone number for William’s youngest brother, Jacey Bell, a minister who had presided over Warner’s funeral.
Bressler and Roth’s West Seattle pet funeral home and disposition service does not burn animals’ bodies.
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Definition of funeral home for English Language Learners
: a place where dead people are prepared for burial or cremation and where wakes and funerals are held
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