Duker & Haugh Funeral Home, Quincy, IL

Duker & Haugh Funeral Home

823 Broadway
Quincy, IL 62301
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Phone: (217) 222-1011

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Comment on Duker & Haugh Funeral Home - Quincy, IL written by: Makayla 4 stars 2012-08-23 15:57:47 The staff of this funeral home was really helpful. They have assisted me all through out the 2-day service of my niece. Everything went smoothly. Will definitely recommend your facility.


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