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Smart Cremation Memphis

September 28, 2019
We invite you to discover who has made Spring Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery the ultimate provider of creating healing experiences in the community. This section contains the heritage, vision, and the people behind Spring Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery’s reputation of quality, sincerity, and trust.

Memphis Funeral Home – Germantown Parkway Chapel

September 28, 2019
Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens are sister locations in Bartlett, Tennessee, that provide compassionate care to families throughout Shelby County, including Arlington, Eads and East Memphis. The funeral home and cemetery sit adjacent to one another and work together to help you plan a beautiful funeral, cremation and burial.

Roller-Citizens Funeral Home – West Memphis

September 28, 2019
Denver Roller was a man of great vision that studied his profession not only in the United States but also abroad. His self-studies lead him to establish Arkansas’ first crematory in 1974. He then created the Assured Peace Funeral Plan, which today is the leading pre-paid funeral plan in Arkansas. Over 8, Arkansans have pre-arranged...

Roller Family Funeral Home – Memphis

September 28, 2019
The funeral directors of Roller Family Funeral Home are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions.

Memphis Funeral Home

September 28, 2019
Located in the heart of Memphis’s Financial District and across the street from Memorial Park Cemetery the largest cemetery in Tennessee our funeral home has the charm and ambiance of the city’s famed Peabody Hotel. Though we stopped shy of a fountain in the lobby and a daily duck march, we’ve taken care to create...

Remembering Benjamin Corriveau

November 20th, 1937 - March 11th, 2020
Benjamin J. Corriveau, Jr., 82, beloved husband of Simonne (Dubord) Corriveau, died on Wednesday (March 11, 2020) at Sheriden Woods Health Care Center. Ben was born on November 20, 1937 in Waterbury and was a son of the late Benjamin Corriveau, Sr. and Amelia (LeBlanc) Corriveau. Ben served his country honorably in the United States...

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