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The Dignity Memorial® online obituary search tool gives you access to obituaries from thousands of locations across North America. You can search by first or last name, state and publication date. Once you find the obituary you are looking for, you can get important information about upcoming services, share a favorite photo or memory, and send flowers or gifts to the family.
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Mary Anna Smith
01/12/1963 – 01/13/2019
Mary Anna Smith, 56, entered into rest on January 13, 2019. She was an Avon consultant and a Pentecostal. Mrs. Smith was preceded in rest by her parents, Jesus and Mary Rivera, and a son, Jonathan...
Robert Bruce Clark
04/28/1959 – 01/12/2019
Robert “Bruce” Clark, 59, passed away Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the Hosparus Inpatient Care Center. Bruce was a sheet metal worker and belonged to 110 Local Sheet Metal Workers Union. He was an...
William Lee Leffler Jr.
06/07/1940 – 01/08/2019
William L. Leffler, Jr., 78, entered into rest on Tuesday, January 8th. He had retired as a supervisor with CSX. Mr. Leffler was an Army veteran, a Kentucky Colonel, and was a member of the NRA and...
Mary Josephine Livers Singer
09/02/1940 – 01/04/2019
Mary Jo Singer (nee Livers), 78, of Louisville, KY, died peacefully Friday, January 4, 2019 with her beloved husband, Raymond T. Singer, at her side. Mary Jo was the loving daughter of the late Mary...
Mary Alice Wells
09-14-1940 – 12/31/2018
Mary Alice Wells Louisville - Entered into rest on Monday, December 31st. She had been a teacher with the Head Start program with JCPS and retired as a nurse with Frazier Rehab. Mrs. Wells was...
Susie Lee Brazelton
06/09/1923 – 12/28/2018
Susie Brazelton, 95, entered into rest on December 28, 2018. She was a cook and a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church, in Winchester, TN, the Order of the Eastern Star and the Phyllis...
Marie Elaine Fortner
08/13/1947 – 11/27/2018
Fortner, Marie E., 71, entered into rest on November 27th, 2018. She was a member of the old St. Denis Catholic Church. Mrs. Fortner is survived by her son, Duane Fortner; a daughter, Tammy McAtee...
04/19/1930 – 12/26/2018
William "Bill" England entered into rest on Wednesday, December 26th. He retired from GE as a line repairman after 37 years and was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Mr. England was preceded in...
Patrick A Wiegandt
09/14/1944 – 12/19/2018
Patrick Anthony Wiegandt, born Sept 14th, 1944 and died on December 19th, 2018. He was a USPS letter carrier for 35 years, Vietnam Veteran, Kentucky Colonel, Eucharistic minister. He coached...
Obituaries celebrate and honor unique lives
Today’s obituaries are more than simple funeral announcements and a list of the names of family members. Modern obituaries include treasured memories, funny stories and important details that showcase the joys and moments of a life lived. A great obituary tells a unique story and reflects the personality of the person it commemorates.
Obituaries give visitation, funeral and memorial details
Funeral services that include a viewing or wake are usually held within a few days of a death, but a funeral or memorial service can sometimes take place much later. Some families choose to hold a visitation before the service, while others may prefer a more low-key or private family service. A memorial service can take place at a funeral home, chapel or another location that was meaningful to the loved one. Preferences vary, and an obituary lets friends and family know where to go and when. The online obituary also allows you to sign up for reminders about services to provide assurance that you don't miss an important memorial event.
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