Won’t You Become a Southern Calls Patron?

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We love the opportunity to recognize the People, Places, and Passions that elevate our profession in every issue of Southern Calls. And, now we’ve created a special directory that gives everyone the opportunity to shine a little light on their own firm – it’s a simple way to gain some additional exposure for you while building a network of professional camaraderie.

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Directory of Funeral Professionals

 

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Delaware  |  Florida  |  Georgia  |  Illinois  |  North Carolina  |  South Carolina   |  Tennessee

Delaware

Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium - Central Office

Celebrating Lives Well Lived – Since 1820
Lewes, Delaware

302.645.9520
Facebook Page

www.parsellfuneralhomes.com

Florida

Emerald Coast Funeral Home & Reception Center

Caring for People – Making a Difference
Fort Walton Beach, Florida

850.864.3361
Facebook Page

www.emeraldcoastfuneralhome.com

Oxley-Heard Funeral Home

Everything at the time of sorrow – Serving Since 1931
Fernandina Beach, Florida

904.261.3644
Facebook Page

www.oxleyheard.com

Georgia

A1 Transportation and Funeral Service

Providing Transport, Embalming & Shipping in Atlanta
Marietta, Georgia

404.850.4848
Facebook Page

www.a1funeralservice.net

A.S. Turner & Sons Funeral Home & Crematory

Family Owned & Operated Since 1903
Decatur, Georgia

404.292.1551
Facebook Page

www.asturner.com

Illinois

Bailey Funeral Home

Our Family Serving Your Family
Vienna, Illinois

618.658.2311
Facebook Page

www.BaileyFH.com

North Carolina

The Padgett & King Mortuary & Crematory

Experienced, Caring, Dependable.
Forest City, North Carolina

828.245.4951
Facebook Page

www.padgettking.com

South Carolina

George Funeral Home & Cremation Center

Since 1920 – A History of Caring
Aiken, South Carolina

803.649.6234
Facebook Page

www.georgefuneralhomes.com

Harris-Nadeau Mortuary

Honoring Lives Lived and Caring for Families Since 2016
Chesnee, South Carolina

864.461.7788
Facebook Page

www.harrisnadeaumortuary.com

Tennessee

Ligon and Bobo Funeral Home

Since 1920 – A Heritage You Can Trust
Lebanon, Tennessee

615.444.2142
Facebook Page

www.ligonbobo.com

Vaughn Funeral Home

A Legacy of Honoring Lives – Since 1933
Spring City, Tennessee

423.365.5221
Facebook Page

www.vaughn-funeral-home.com

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The Casket – September 1903

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Won't You Become a Southern Calls Patron?

Includes Directory Listing  + Banner Ad

 

Bailey Funeral Home | Vienna, Illinois

Our Family Serving Your Family

618.658.2311  |  www.BaileyFH.com

 

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