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Funeral director always looked to help community
Eugene J. Sujkowski, Jr., a fourth-generation funeral director and owner for about 40 years of a mortuary in Rossford where his sons — and now grandchildren — work, died Monday in his Perrysburg Township home. He was 74.
Funeral home vehicles burglarized
Authorities are investigating a burglary this weekend at a funeral home where equipment valued at $3,650 was reported missing.
Funeral held for Two Fat Ladies chef
The funeral of celebrated television cook Clarissa Dickson Wright takes place in Edinburgh.
State hits Lehman Funeral Homes with $10K fine for LARA violations
Portland-based Lehman Funeral Homes has been fined $10,000 and placed on probation for three years by the state's Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs after its owner admitted he did not follow rules governing prepaid funeral contracts in some c
Funeral Home Near Washington Mudslide Copes with Burying More Dead
In a normal week, the Weller Funeral Home in Arlington, Wash., might prepare for two or three funerals.But in this time of tragedy, as more bodies are recovered from the March 22 mudslide in nearby Oso, the funeral home is tasked with burying at least a dozen people in the coming days.
Lawsuit claims Jewish cemetery had false advertising, deceptive sales
A Southwest Ranches cemetery owned by a company that is the subject of several lawsuits across the country has been sued by a Plantation woman who alleges it did not adhere to Jewish laws and customs as it promised in its advertising.