Maysville-Kahlert Funeral Home, Maysville, NC

Maysville-Kahlert Funeral Home

308 MAIN ST
Maysville, NC 28555
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Phone: (910) 743-3333

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Comment on Maysville-Kahlert Funeral Home - Maysville, NC written by: Dorothy Miller 5 stars 2012-11-08 11:34:15 I would just like to say that I think that did a great job with my brother's funeral. They were very professional and acted very sincere. They may not have the fanciest funeral home but their kindness made up for it. I would recommend them to anyone who needs their services.


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