Special thanks to the
Patrons of Southern Calls

Please direct your inquiries to mike@southerncalls.com

It is with our sincere appreciation that we honor the individuals and firms who have contributed financially toward the continued success of Southern Calls. We are proud that you recognize the value of a publication like ours and choose to support it – we recognize your contribution, and give thanks for those who share our passion.

R.M. “Mike” Squires

Marty Mitchell

Mitchell Family Funeral Home
Marshalltown, Iowa

Ernie Mosier, CFSP & Cy Hume, CFSP

A.S. Turner & Sons Funeral Home & Crematory
Decatur, Georgia

Chris E. Christian, CFSP, CCO James P. Sells, CCO

Christian-Sells Funeral Home
Rogersville, Tennessee

Jack and Joan Briggs Dan Briggs

Briggs Funeral Home
Denton, North Carolina

David B. Medina & Stan D. Paschal

Forest Ridge Funeral Home
North Richland Hills, Texas

Sara C. Landgrebe

Mt. Pleasant
South Carolina

In Memory of L. Harold Poole

North Carolina

Mary Evelyn Cantwell & Staff

Stevens Mortuary
Knoxville, Tennessee

Dick & The Bibber Family

Bibber Memorial Chapel
Kennebunk, Maine

John Herzig, CFSP

Toland-Herzig Funeral Homes & Crematory
Dover, Ohio

Garland E. Smith, CFSP & Staff

Smith Funeral Home
Broadway, North Carolina

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Issue 39 Available Now!

Issue 39 Available Now!

Southern Calls Issue 39 brings you stories from across the country with a brilliant, young Tennessee professional navigating career changes with ease; an historic and classically beautiful California funeral home and gardens that serves the Asian and Hispanic...

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Snyder Funeral Homes

Snyder Funeral Homes

More than 100 years ago, Ora O. Snyder worked as a horse keeper for undertaking establishments. Known as Orrie to friends and colleagues, his early exposure to funeral service consisted of accompanying the local undertaker into the family home instead of waiting...

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