George R Rowsom'S Funeral Home, Columbia, NC

George R Rowsom'S Funeral Home

410 RAILROAD ST
Columbia, NC 27925
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Phone: (252) 796-3501

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George R Rowsom'S Funeral Home - Columbia, NC Obituary announcement - Posted by Rev. Caroel L. Selby 2013-10-24 02:18:32 To my dear cousins Grady Jr. and Deborah! We wish to express our sympathy due to the recent lost of your mother, cousin Margret Fenner. You are in our prayers and want you to know that we will be there for you just to listen and extend our love. Cousins Caroel & Jacqueline Selby.


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