Rhodes & Son Funeral Home, Augusta, AR

Rhodes & Son Funeral Home

701 N 9TH ST
Augusta, AR 72006
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Phone: (870) 347-2576

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Comment on Rhodes & Son Funeral Home - Augusta, AR written by: Dorothy Boyles O'Shields 4 stars 2011-06-11 23:10:57 I should also say you were most helpful and courteous in all of our family arrangements in years past and thank you for your professionalism.

Comment on Rhodes & Son Funeral Home - Augusta, AR written by: Dorothy Boyles O'Shields 4 stars 2011-06-11 23:08:19 I have "intended" to write or call for over 2 years, upon the advice of Ms. Dorothy Willis, but got busy and forgot until I just received my notice from the Augusta Memorial Park Association. My question: I own and pay upkeep for 2 different "family plots" and a total of 12 sites: The Ura & Audrey Boyles (my parents) plot, and the John Grady & Ruth Landers one (my grandparents). There is no one left in my family to be buried in either Boyles/Landers plot. We have lived in Florida for over 40 years and plan to stay here. Ms. Dorothy mentioned that there are no plots left in the original section of our beautiful cemetary (it always was to me, since my grandaddy was a caretaker there when I was a little girl) and I should contact you regarding selling the ones I have left. Do you think anyone would be interested in purchasing the ones I have left? If so, how does one go about doing this? This is a strange situation to me, but I hate to have the areas just be empty spaces, if someone might need/want them.
Please notify me what you would suggest. Thank you for your time.

Dorothy (Dot) Boyles O'Shields

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