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    Funeral Directors & Homes in Woodsfield

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    Business Listing   Bauer & Turner Funeral Home - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-1601

    Business Listing   Gallagher and Sons Rock of Ages Memorials - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-1210

    Business Listing   Randall L Gallagher Memorials Inc - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-2300

    Business Listing   Schumacher Stone Works - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-2416

    Business Listing   Watters Funeral Home - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-1440

    Business Listing   Westfall's Florist - Woodsfield - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-0568

    Business Listing   Woodsfield Greenhouse - Woodsfield, OH - Phone: (740) 472-0755

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    Helpful Definition for: Funeral Directors & Homes

    Funeral directors & homes in Woodsfield organize & conduct the ceremony of celebrating, sanctifying, or remembering the life of a person, after his death. The customs that the funeral directors & homes follow, involve the complex beliefs and practices of a culture to remember the dead, from interment itself, to various monuments, prayers, and rituals performed in their honor.

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