• Mary Luisa Montero September 09, 2016

    MONTEREO, Mary Luisa 86, of Tampa, died Sept. 9, 2016. Survived by her son, John Cancel of Tampa; 15 grandchildren, 16 great- Grandchildren.

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  • Mary Coughlin August 31, 2016

    COUGHLIN, Mary 90, of Beverly Hills, FL, died Aug. 31, 2016. Survived by son, Patrick Coughlin Jr.; daughters, Sandra Wilens and Susan Clark; 4 grandchildren.

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  • Robert S Glass August 28, 2016

    GLASS, Robert S. “Bob” 63, of Land O’ Lakes, died Aug. 28, 2016. Survived by wife, Ramona Glass; son, Robert Glass Jr.; daughter, Jennifer Glass; four grandchildren.

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  • Robert “BOB” B Rischel March 10, 2016

    Robert “Bob” B. Rishel, 57, died 10/3/16. He is survived by his wife Jennifer Rishel, sons RJ and Pat Rishel, sister Robin Shevetz.

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  • Robert William Greene March 04, 2014

    GREENE, Robert Jr. “Bob” 87, of Tampa, died March 4,2017. Survived by daughter,Sissy Williams; sons, Bobby,Jerry and CD Greene; three brothers; one sister; six grands; six great-grands.

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  • Donald A Kuge August 17, 2007

    KUGE, DONALD A., 77, of College Park, died Friday, Aug. 17, 2007 at his residence while under the care of Vitas Hospice. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Don moved to College Park in 1957 from Greensboro, NC. He is a retired Real Estate Broker and IronWorker. He was the Past President of the Orlando Diocesan Council […]

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Our Direct Cremation includes

  • Transportation from place of death to our family owned crematory (Your loved one never leaves our care)
  • Basic Alternative Cremation Container
  • Care and Refrigeration of your loved one
  • Securing all required authorizations
  • Filing the Death Certificate
  • Notifying Social Security Administration
  • Assisting with newspaper notices
  • Cremation performed by certified crematory professional
  • Cremated remains are returned to you in a simple container

Additional charges that may apply

  • Certified Copies of Death Certificate (fees vary by County)
  • Medical Examiner Fee (if required, varies by County)
  • Paid Newspaper Notices (fee charged)
  • Permanent Urn or Other Merchandise you may select

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