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Business Name (Main Contact)Category

1. Barrett & Cotter Funeral Home (Peter Cotter) Funeral Homes
Description: none given
2. Carpenter-Jenks Funeral Home and Crematory (Craig Carpenter) Funeral Homes
Description: Funeral Home & Crematory - Since 1914 Carpenter-Jenks Funeral Home & Crematory has offered exceptional care to grieving families. Whether planning a funeral service or memorial celebration our caring professionals will not only guide a family in creating a meaningful tribute to their loved one but guide them also on their first steps of healing. Honoring lives. Healing hearts. It's what we do every day.
3. Frank P. Trainor & Sons (Michael Trainor) Funeral Homes
Description: With sincere dedication to our services, we strive to lessen the difficulty of a loved one’s death as much as possible. We consider our guidance in the details and arrangements of the funeral rites as a sacred trust. Our mission is to provide thoughtful and compassionate service with dignity and respect. Responding to each family’s needs as if they were our own, we are committed to providing your family the guidance and care necessary to help you facilitate the services you desire at the time of deat
4. Thomas & Walter Quinn Inc. (Jerome Quinn) Funeral Homes
Additional contacts: Christopher Quinn, Michael Quinn
Description: This state-of-the-art facility is comparable to the Warwick and Greenville facilities that can accommodate families with spacious chapels, handicap accessibility and a large parking area.
5. Urquhart-Murphy Funeral Home (Edward Murphy) Funeral Homes
Description: Every family is different, and not everyone wants the same type of funeral. Funeral practices are influenced by religious and cultural traditions, costs and personal preferences. These factors help determine whether the funeral will be elaborate or simple, public or private, religious or secular, and where it will be held. They also influence whether the body will be present at the funeral, if there will be a viewing or visitation, and if so, whether the casket will be open or closed, and whether the re

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