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Burdett Funeral Home

3970 Church Street
Burdett, NY 14818
(607) 546-2244
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Korzeniowski, Beatrice ( Sternman) - Press of Atlantic City

Monday, March 27, 2017

Egg Harbor Township, NJ and 8 grandchildren- Michael, Jason, Joseph, Katie, Kristina, Kira, Cameron and Alek. Bea had three careers: Laboratory Technician ( Graduate of Atlantic City Hospital) at Burdette Tomlin Hospital, Banker at Chemical Bank, and first and foremost and primary career was a wife, mother and grandmother. Bea was devoted to her family and enjoyed traveling, her flower gardens as well as knitting and baking cookies and peanut brittle for her family and friends, especially at Christmas. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Lupus Foundation in memory of Cecelia at www.Lupus. org or mail your donation to Lupus Foundation of America, 1318 F Street NW, Suite 305, Washington, DC 20004. Funeral services will be held 11am Thursday March 23rd at the Ingersoll-Greenwood Funeral Home, 1201 Central Ave., North Wildwood, NJ where friends may call from 10 am at the funeral home, Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Lower Township, NJ. Condolences ingersollgreenwoodfh.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Austin honors Martin Luther King Jr. with annual march, day of service - KXAN.com

Monday, January 16, 2017

National Day of Service — a call for community members to give back.American YouthWorks is a local non-profit youth organization. They are spending the day giving back by working to beautify the Burdett Prairie Cemetery in Austin — it’s known as the final resting place of former slaves and emancipated African-Americans and their descendants. They are also cleaning up the trail along the Montopolis Greenbelt.If Dr. King were around today, this group knows he’d be proud of the work done in his honor.“I think he would say great job and thank you for being selfless and thinking of the bigger picture,” said one YouthWorks member.“Every time I drive by I can say ‘Oh I worked in that area, I cut down some trees there, or I cleaned up there.’ And for the city of Austin we get help out and they see their own members of the community helping and it just breeds more people helping in the community,” said another member.Volunteers and members from the public are welcome to help.Other City EventsIn Georgetown, there will be a march to honor the MLK Day holiday that starts at noon at the Williamson County Courthouse, 710 S. Main St. After meeting on the north side of the Courthouse on Seventh Street, there will be a seven-block march to Macedonia Baptist Church, 206 Martin Luther King Jr. St. The annual event is sponsored by the Georgetown Fellowship of Churches.A program beginning at 12:30 p.m. at Macedonia Baptist Church features guest speaker Kantrice Robinson, pastor of St. Paul United Methodist Church. The march and program are free and open to the public.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Sahl, Jo Ann - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 19, 2016

December 16. Please wear red (mom's fav color), bright colors or Husker attire. Private family interment later. In Lieu of flowers, memorials to American Parkinson Disease Association Nebraska 16811 Burdette Street, Suite One, Omaha, NE 68116. Condolences may be sent to Becky Sahl 15130 Sahler St, Omaha, NE 68116.

Family sues funeral home over body mix-up - WRGB

Monday, November 21, 2016

CHARLESTON, WV (WCHS/WVAH) - A lawsuit filed Friday in Kanawha County, West Virginia, targets the Bartlett-Burdett-Cox Funeral Home.The lawsuit alleges the funeral home mixed up two bodies in January 2016, leading to a host of emotional trouble for daughter Peggy Bowles and the Yost family."The mistake just kept happening," Bowles said, "It was no single mistake."Bowles said her mother's dying wish was to have a closed casket funeral and that was far from what happened."When her life was over, I thought, OK, now I pass her on and they will take care of her for her last little journey. That didn't happen," Bowles said.The lawsuit claimed B-B-C Funeral Home mixed Yost's body up with another woman Margaret Fraser.It said Yost was displayed, open casket, to Fraser's friends and family at a viewing, and then buried in Fraser's grave later that same day."Just the thought that she was buried in someone else's grave, that she had someone else's clothes on, I didn't anticipate it," Bowles said.Bowles' attorney Russell Williams said in addition to damages they want to make sure this doesn't happen to...

Shuttered WV funeral home mixed up bodies, family says in lawsuit - Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

Monday, November 21, 2016

KENNY KEMP Gazette-Mail file photoBartlett-Burdette-Cox Funeral Home on the West Side of Charleston.A woman is suing a now-shuttered Charleston funeral home, after the body of her deceased mother was mixed-up with another woman’s remains, displayed during that woman’s open-casket funeral service and then buried in the grave meant for that woman.Margaret Bowles, the daughter of Madeline Hope Yost, filed the lawsuit last Friday in Kanawha County Circuit Court against Bartlett-Burdette-Cox Funeral Home. The business, which closed at the end of May and was located at 513 Tennessee Ave., on Charleston’s West Side, was owned by Service Corporation International. SCI and the cemetery, Cunningham Memorial Park in St. Albans, also are named as defendants in the lawsuit.Bowles alleges the negligence of funeral home and cemetery employees caused her family emotional distress, after her mother’s death, earlier this year.Last year, Bowles entered into a pre-need funeral contract with the funeral home on behalf of her mother. Yost was adaman...

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Korzeniowski, Beatrice ( Sternman) - Press of Atlantic City

Monday, March 27, 2017

Egg Harbor Township, NJ and 8 grandchildren- Michael, Jason, Joseph, Katie, Kristina, Kira, Cameron and Alek. Bea had three careers: Laboratory Technician ( Graduate of Atlantic City Hospital) at Burdette Tomlin Hospital, Banker at Chemical Bank, and first and foremost and primary career was a wife, mother and grandmother. Bea was devoted to her family and enjoyed traveling, her flower gardens as well as knitting and baking cookies and peanut brittle for her family and friends, especially at Christmas. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Lupus Foundation in memory of Cecelia at www.Lupus. org or mail your donation to Lupus Foundation of America, 1318 F Street NW, Suite 305, Washington, DC 20004. Funeral services will be held 11am Thursday March 23rd at the Ingersoll-Greenwood Funeral Home, 1201 Central Ave., North Wildwood, NJ where friends may call from 10 am at the funeral home, Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Lower Township, NJ. Condolences ingersollgreenwoodfh.com#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Austin honors Martin Luther King Jr. with annual march, day of service - KXAN.com

Monday, January 16, 2017

National Day of Service — a call for community members to give back.American YouthWorks is a local non-profit youth organization. They are spending the day giving back by working to beautify the Burdett Prairie Cemetery in Austin — it’s known as the final resting place of former slaves and emancipated African-Americans and their descendants. They are also cleaning up the trail along the Montopolis Greenbelt.If Dr. King were around today, this group knows he’d be proud of the work done in his honor.“I think he would say great job and thank you for being selfless and thinking of the bigger picture,” said one YouthWorks member.“Every time I drive by I can say ‘Oh I worked in that area, I cut down some trees there, or I cleaned up there.’ And for the city of Austin we get help out and they see their own members of the community helping and it just breeds more people helping in the community,” said another member.Volunteers and members from the public are welcome to help.Other City EventsIn Georgetown, there will be a march to honor the MLK Day holiday that starts at noon at the Williamson County Courthouse, 710 S. Main St. After meeting on the north side of the Courthouse on Seventh Street, there will be a seven-block march to Macedonia Baptist Church, 206 Martin Luther King Jr. St. The annual event is sponsored by the Georgetown Fellowship of Churches.A program beginning at 12:30 p.m. at Macedonia Baptist Church features guest speaker Kantrice Robinson, pastor of St. Paul United Methodist Church. The march and program are free and open to the public.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Sahl, Jo Ann - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, December 19, 2016

December 16. Please wear red (mom's fav color), bright colors or Husker attire. Private family interment later. In Lieu of flowers, memorials to American Parkinson Disease Association Nebraska 16811 Burdette Street, Suite One, Omaha, NE 68116. Condolences may be sent to Becky Sahl 15130 Sahler St, Omaha, NE 68116.

Family sues funeral home over body mix-up - WRGB

Monday, November 21, 2016

CHARLESTON, WV (WCHS/WVAH) - A lawsuit filed Friday in Kanawha County, West Virginia, targets the Bartlett-Burdett-Cox Funeral Home.The lawsuit alleges the funeral home mixed up two bodies in January 2016, leading to a host of emotional trouble for daughter Peggy Bowles and the Yost family."The mistake just kept happening," Bowles said, "It was no single mistake."Bowles said her mother's dying wish was to have a closed casket funeral and that was far from what happened."When her life was over, I thought, OK, now I pass her on and they will take care of her for her last little journey. That didn't happen," Bowles said.The lawsuit claimed B-B-C Funeral Home mixed Yost's body up with another woman Margaret Fraser.It said Yost was displayed, open casket, to Fraser's friends and family at a viewing, and then buried in Fraser's grave later that same day."Just the thought that she was buried in someone else's grave, that she had someone else's clothes on, I didn't anticipate it," Bowles said.Bowles' attorney Russell Williams said in addition to damages they want to make sure this doesn't happen to...

Shuttered WV funeral home mixed up bodies, family says in lawsuit - Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)

Monday, November 21, 2016

KENNY KEMP Gazette-Mail file photoBartlett-Burdette-Cox Funeral Home on the West Side of Charleston.A woman is suing a now-shuttered Charleston funeral home, after the body of her deceased mother was mixed-up with another woman’s remains, displayed during that woman’s open-casket funeral service and then buried in the grave meant for that woman.Margaret Bowles, the daughter of Madeline Hope Yost, filed the lawsuit last Friday in Kanawha County Circuit Court against Bartlett-Burdette-Cox Funeral Home. The business, which closed at the end of May and was located at 513 Tennessee Ave., on Charleston’s West Side, was owned by Service Corporation International. SCI and the cemetery, Cunningham Memorial Park in St. Albans, also are named as defendants in the lawsuit.Bowles alleges the negligence of funeral home and cemetery employees caused her family emotional distress, after her mother’s death, earlier this year.Last year, Bowles entered into a pre-need funeral contract with the funeral home on behalf of her mother. Yost was adaman...