I received a casket that was damaged. After calling and emailing them about the problem and being hung up on we ended up using the casket because the funeral was in two days. Now after calling them and emailing them with pictures received a call from a gentleman who proceeded to yell at me why did I use the casket and called me a shyster because I wouldn’t take his offer of $50 back and wanted a full refund. Read more
I am going through almost the same situation with this palm’s mortuary at this moment. The funeral director is Dara Carno. As soon as my love one is put at peace, then, I will bring this matter to everyone’s attention.
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Marianne L. Whitlock, a Quaker, only wanted a simple burial. Kendal Meeting did not have a burial committee, so she paid a funeral director for an immediate no embalming burial which cost less than $2,000. Her body was shrouded with regular sheets and laid on a plank from a catalpa tree that had recently been cut down and made into lumber. Read more
we live near a church with and outside cemetery or a church – yard cemetery. we know somethings about consecration here there is no walls of fences border around anything here ie. The church areas are on a hump and we are what some say in a slope-decline,valley. Read more
My husband and I live in Louisiana and find the death/burial rules/laws so restrictive that we are making plans to have our bodies transported to Texas when the time comes, to allow us to be buried directly in the ground and allowed to decompose naturally. Read more
Most of the complaining here is just not the experience I had when I worked at a combo location. I made great money and moved up very quickly. I didn’t pressure anyone, I just served them well and they gave me their business. If you try to sell people, I mean really sell them, they will not respond and you will do poorly. Read more