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Adams Funeral Home

501 East Palmer Street
Compton, CA 90221
(323) 636-9864
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Angeles Abbey Cremation Society

1515 East Compton Boulevard
Compton, CA 90221
(310) 631-1141
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Scott, Hubert Haywood - Martinsville Bulletin

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Bassett High School. He had served in the United States Air Force.He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Alice Brumfield Scott of the home; his son, Tony B. Scott of Ridgeway; his sisters, Kathlene Compton and Jean Dennis both of Collinsville; one granddaughter, Christina Scott Coleman; and two great-granddaughters, Emily and Abagail Coleman.His funeral service will be held on Monday, June 5, 2017 at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Roselawn Funeral Home with Pastor Terry Knighton officiating the service. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Burial Park. The family will receive friends for one hour prior to the service in the chapel of Roselawn.Memorial donations may be made to Ridgeway Rescue Squad, 108 Magnolia Street, Ridgeway, VA 24148. Online condolences may be made at www.roselawnchapelfuneral.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }

Funeral home offers drive-thru viewing in Memphis - WFAA.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

Orange Mound neighborhood is one of the first to offer the service in the mid-South. A few funeral homes outside of the Memphis also offer the service. On the West Coast, Robert L. Adams Mortuary in Compton, Calif., also advertises drive-thru viewings.In the Midwest, Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw, Mich., began offering drive-thru visitations in 2014."When we first started it, everybody was talking about it and it was a big deal," said Ivan Phillips, owner of Paradise Funeral Chapel. "Things have now calmed down, and we use the service two to three times a week."Bernard said since he opened his funeral home in January, six families have selected the drive-thru option. The service is part of the funeral packages and offered at no additional charge."We still have traditional visitation services," Bernard said. "The drive-thru is just an added bonus for your family member. It is up to the family to decide if they want this option."The drive-thru service typically lasts one hour. A black-and-gold sign that reads “Drive Thru Viewing” directs visitors to a driveway where they are greeted by an employee holding an iPad. The iPad serves as an electronic update to the pen-and-paper guestbook. The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.Bernard said reaction has been mostly positive, but others have said they find it disrespectful. Bob Arrington, a funeral home owner in Jackson, Tenn., falls in the latter camp."In my opinion, I don't think the body should be put on display like a new car," said Arrington, who also is the former president of the National Funeral Directors Association."I think if it was to catch on, so to speak, it would be geographical," Arrington said. " I think one of the last ones to do it would be in the South because we are so traditional and so tightly wrapped to the Bible Belt."The Memphis funeral home director said that drive-thru visitation is simply one of the many innovations that he hopes to bring to R. Bernard Funeral Services and the Memphis market. He has already added live streaming of funerals and in the next few months cremation will be offered."The funeral industry is always changing every year. I keep the old traditional funeral stuff and tr

Obituary for Rose Compton - Arkansas News

Monday, March 13, 2017

Rose Lee Herren Compton passed away March 7, 2017Rose Lee Herren Compton age 84 of Heber Springs passed away Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at her residence. Born-July 7, 1932 in Midridge, Missouri , she was the daughter of the late Charlie and Racie Bunch Herren. Before retirement Rose worked at Clebume County Hospital in the kitchen. She was of the Baptist faith. Her hobbies included working crossword puzzles, cooking, taking care of her family, she was a home engineer, bird watching and she especially loved going to yard sales. She was preceded in death by three daughters, Patricia Ann Chitwood, Deborah Kay Briggs and Dana Kay Rodgers; a grandson Geddy Rodgers and a great grandson Titus Compton. Rose is survived by her husband Telford Ray Compton whom she married February 17, 1967; six sons Gary Lynn Chitwood (Mary) of Homer, Georgia, Robert Dwight Chitwood of St. Clair, Missouri, David Ray Compton (Tracey Spriggs) of Annadale, New Jersey, Danny J. Compton of St. Louis, Missouri, Douglas Day Compton (Mary)

Courtney, Shirley Ann - Waco Tribune-Herald

Monday, March 06, 2017

Shirley Ann CourtneyNov. 24, 1941 - Jan. 10, 2017Shirley Ann Courtney, 75, passed away surrounded by family Jan. 10, in Waco.Homegoing services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 14, at Connally Compton Funeral Directors. Burial will follow in Doris Miller Memorial Park.A wake will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 13, at the funeral home.Photo Gallery

Acuña, Jesús Sánchez - Waco Tribune-Herald

Monday, March 06, 2017

AcuñaDec. 25, 1957 - Feb. 14, 2017Jesús Sánchez Acuña, 59, went home to be with his Lord February 14, 2017.A celebration of Jesús' life will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, February 20, at Connally Compton Funeral Directors. Burial will follow in Oakwood Cemetery. Visitation will be held one hour prior to service. A reception will be held in the Connally Compton events room following the burial.Jesús was born December 25, 1957 in Luvianos Estado de Mexico to Jose Sánchez and Concepción Acuña. He earned his degree in education and went on to have a successful career as an educator in Mexico. In 1985 he moved to Texas to pursue the American dream with his family. Jesús was a family man and may not been a man of many words, but his actions spoke louder than words.He was preceded in death by his father.Survivors include his children, Jesus Sanchez, Jr. and wife Alejandra, Vanessa Sanchez and fiancé Samuel Carrillo, Jr., Abby "Nini" Sanchez, and their mother, Maria C. Sanchez; his mother, Concepción Acuña; grandchild, Benny Alexander Sanchez; several siblings and a host of other relatives and friends.Photo Gallery

Lurton Pepper

Monday, February 27, 2017

Hogue Pepper. Mr. Pepper was a truck driver. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his wife, Linda Pepper, three brothers, and two sisters. He is survived by his sister, Sara Compton, Dover, TN. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 pm Monday at the Heflin Cemetery with Rev. William Gray officiating. Visitation will be from 12:00 – 1:30 pm Monday at Anglin Funeral Home. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Anglin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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Frank May

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Kathy Peeden (Greg).His grand children Tracy Prestage (John Miller) , Scott Peeden ( Susan) and Selena Pearson (Brock). His Great Grandchildren; Osten Leoni, Adam and Cody Peeden, Alexis Compton and Celeste Hobgood (Rice). And two Great Great grandchildren Leanne and Keagan Hobgood.Mr. May’s had a special pet Connie May and was an avid Gardener and automobile enthusiast. His pall bears will be his friends and family.

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home | KGW.com - kgw.com

Monday, April 03, 2017

Orange Mound neighborhood is one of the first to offer the service in the mid-South. A few funeral homes outside of the Memphis also offer the service. On the West Coast, Robert L. Adams Mortuary in Compton, Calif., also advertises drive-thru viewings.In the Midwest, Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw, Mich., began offering drive-thru visitations in 2014."When we first started it, everybody was talking about it and it was a big deal," said Ivan Phillips, owner of Paradise Funeral Chapel. "Things have now calmed down, and we use the service two to three times a week."Bernard said since he opened his funeral home in January, six families have selected the drive-thru option. The service is part of the funeral packages and offered at no additional charge.Related: Some funeral homes choose fun 'life celebrations'"We still have traditional visitation services," Bernard said. "The drive-thru is just an added bonus for your family member. It is up to the family to decide if they want this option."The drive-thru service typically lasts one hour. A black-and-gold sign that reads “Drive Thru Viewing” directs visitors to a driveway where they are greeted by an employee holding an iPad. The iPad serves as an electronic update to the pen-and-paper guestbook. The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.Bernard said reaction has been mostly positive, but others have said they find it disrespectful. Bob Arrington, a funeral home owner in Jackson, Tenn., falls in the latter camp."In my opinion, I don't think the body should be put on display like a new car," said Arrington, who also is the former president of the National Funeral Directors Association."I think if it was to catch on, so to speak, it would be geographical," Arrington said. " I think one of the last ones to do it would be in the South because we are so traditional and so tightly wrapped to the Bible Belt."The Memphis funeral home director said that drive-thru visitation is simply one of the many innovations that he hopes to bring to R. Bernard Funeral Services and the Memphis market. He has already added live streaming of funerals and in the next few months cremation will be offered."The funeral industry is always changing every year. I keep the old traditional funeral stuff and try to add new stuff to it,” Bernard said. "I am 41 years old. I am not out just to mark

Drive-thru viewing comes to Memphis funeral home - USA TODAY

Monday, March 27, 2017

Orange Mound neighborhood is one of the first to offer the service in the mid-South. A few funeral homes outside of the Memphis also offer the service. On the West Coast, Robert L. Adams Mortuary in Compton, Calif., also advertises drive-thru viewings.In the Midwest, Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw, Mich., began offering drive-thru visitations in 2014.A sign outside of R. Bernard Funeral Services in Memphis directs visitors to the drive-thru window, where they can pay their respects to the deceased. The service includes an iPad guest book for visitors to sign. (Photo: Brad Vest, The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal)"When we first started it, everybody was talking about it and it was a big deal," said Ivan Phillips, owner of Paradise Funeral Chapel. "Things have now calmed down, and we use the service two to three times a week."Bernard said since he opened his funeral home in January, six families have selected the drive-thru option. The service is part of the funeral packages and offered at no additional charge.Related:Some funeral homes choose fun 'life celebrations'"We still have traditional visitation services," Bernard said. "The drive-thru is just an added bonus for your family member. It is up to the family to decide if they want this option."The drive-thru service typically lasts one hour. A black-and-gold sign that reads “Drive Thru Viewing” directs visitors to a driveway where they are greeted by an employee holding an iPad. The iPad serves as an electronic update to the pen-and-paper guestbook. The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.div id="module-posit

Funeral home in Orange Mound offers drive-thru viewing - The Commercial Appeal

Monday, March 27, 2017

Lamar Ave. is one of the first to offer the service in the Mid-South. A few funeral homes outside of the Memphis also offer the service. On the west coast, Robert L. Adams Mortuary in Compton, California, also advertises drive-thru viewings.Buy PhotoA sign outside R. Bernard Funeral Services directs visitors to the drive-thru window, where they can pay their respects to the deceased. The service includes an iPad guest book for visitors to sign. (Photo: Brad Vest/The Commercial Appeal)In the Midwest, Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw, Michigan, began offering drive-thru visitations in 2014."When we first started it, everybody was talking about it and it was a big deal," said Ivan Phillips, owner of Paradise Funeral Chapel. "Things have now calmed down, and we use the service two to three times a week."Bernard said since he opened his funeral home in January, six families have selected the drive-thru option. The service is part of the funeral packages and offered at no additional charge."We still have traditional visitation services," Bernard said. "The drive-thru is just an added bonus for your family member. It is up to the family to decide if they want this option."The drive-thru service typically lasts one hour. A black-and-gold sign that reads “Drive Thru Viewing” directs visitors to a driveway where they are greeted by an employee holding an iPad. The iPad serves as an electronic update to the pen-and-paper guestbook. The employee also collects condolence cards and gifts for the family.After the check-in, the visitor drives through a gated area. The flat concrete overhang  offers shade and privacy as guests peer into the window to pay their final respects. Each car gets approximately three minutes alone with the body in the window, before the next carload of visitors come through.img itemprop="url" src="https://www.gannett-cdn.com/-mm-/c90cda6f33af1a511ef522d778205795655a136c/c=70-0-2287-1667&r=x408&c=540x405/local/-/media/2017/03/09/TennGroup/Memphis/636246974557353989-170308-TN-Drivethru-Funeral-Toned-0002.JPG" alt="Ryan Bernard (right) funeral director and owner of" wid