Funeraria Latino Americana, Los Angeles, CA

Funeraria Latino Americana

3827 WHITTIER BLVD
Los Angeles, CA 90023
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Phone: (323) 265-7016

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Comment on Funeraria Latino Americana - Los Angeles, CA written by: Caro 5 stars 2011-08-26 11:52:59 Great service, they help us alot through that difficult time, and it was very affordable, my family and I were very pleased


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Funeraria Latino Americana - Los Angeles, CA Angelo Colunga Sending Condolences for Mark Anthony Jaimes 2013-04-23 21:04:00 I would like to see the obituary for Mr. Jaimes and who I understand is at your funeral home


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