Jesse Ray Funeral Home Inc, Asheville, NC

Jesse Ray Funeral Home Inc

185 Biltmore Ave
Asheville, NC 28801
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Phone: (828) 252-5521

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Comment on Jesse Ray Funeral Home Inc - Asheville, NC written by: Larry Black 5 stars 2012-06-02 19:27:07 I hope you can help me locate the burial sites of two family friends, Adam Vaught, who was born 12/28/20 and passed on 4/3/89, and his wife, Christine Young Vaught, who was born 6/8/14 and passed on 10/2/98. My search on the internet only gave me the dates. I couldn't find any obituaries.

Any help you give would be greatly appreciated. Take care, Larry Black


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