Lafferty Funeral Homes, West Union, OH

Lafferty Funeral Homes

205 S Cherry St
West Union, OH 45693
Average Rating

Star Star Star Star Star (4.00)

Contact Info

Phone: (937) 544-2121

Request a Change on this Entry

Comments & Ratings

Comment on Lafferty Funeral Homes - West Union, OH written by: Bruce Plummer 4 stars 2011-09-17 13:53:16 Attention Mr. Lafferty. My mom is Virginia Plummer nee Satterfield, daughter of Tissue and Ruth Satterfield. She is wondering if she has a plot near her mother and father in the grave yard where you buried them. The grave yard is the one near the municipal golf course and wu police department. My mom has always believed that one of the Satterfield plots were given to her. Would she need to purchase this plot or has the family taken care of that expence? Would you have this record or is there another source that you can direct me to? Please respond to Bruce Plummer at the following email address; bplummer@cityofsilverton.com, or I can be reached 513 616-8540. Thank you for your assistance.


Posted Obituary Announcements

Lafferty Funeral Homes - West Union, OH Janet Watters Obituary announcement - Posted by Karen Cooper 2012-01-28 14:10:13 To all of the family and particularly Shannon, who we knew th best:

Just wanted to express our sympathy. Read in the Dayton paper of your mom's death. You are still here in Fairborn, Shannon, and so are we - though we have not seen you for years. You will remember that I knew both your mom and your dad a long time ago. My mom died 10 years ago, just as I was getting us moved to a Rona Village condo. It was a really sad time for me - it's so sad to lose you mom. You have so many years of memories of her.

Reed and Karen Cooper


Comment & Rating

Post a Comment or Review, Post a Condolence Message, or Post an Obituary for Lafferty Funeral Homes.

Best West Union Florist

Funeral Home Obituaries

2015-01-25 23:34 - Toller Cranston, a Pioneer on Ice, Dies at 65

A flamboyant Canadian figure skater with a style often likened to dancing, Mr. Cranston played a major role in popularizing his sport. [read more]

2015-01-25 22:52 - An Appraisal: A Star Who Found Joy in Baseball and Reflected It Every Day

Ernie Banks was more than a superstar. He was a walking billboard for baseball — or rather baseball as a homespun ideal. [read more]

2015-01-25 22:02 - Ward Swingle, Who Made Classical Music Jazzy, Dies at 87

Mr. Swingle was a conductor and arranger whose group, the Swingle Singers, combined scat vocals with classical music. [read more]

2015-01-25 19:38 - Chitresh Das, Influential Performer and Educator of Indian Dance, Dies at 70

Mr. Das helped popularize kathak, one of the most prominent forms of classical Indian dance and the only one that has roots in both Muslim and Hindu traditions. [read more]

2015-01-24 23:24 - Joe Franklin, an Enduring TV Personality, Dies at 88

Mr. Franklin, a pioneer of local talk shows, was on the air in New York from 1951 to 1993 as the host of a compellingly low-rent parade of has-beens and yet-to-bes. [read more]

2015-01-24 18:29 - Alice K. Turner, Fiction Editor of Playboy for 20 Years, Dies at 75

Ms. Turner helped keep literary short fiction on life support in the late 20th century, when few other publishers would or could. [read more]

Recent Tweets

Twitter

Recent Reviews

Rebecca Taylor (Becky) on French Funeral Home - Gouverneur, NY


Marilyn Durie on Boyer Funeral Homes - Bonne Terre, MO


Mary Spencer on Stanfield-Miller Funeral Home - Martinsville, VA


Marilyn Bolden Slaughter on Fisher Funeral Parlor Inc - Durham, NC


James L. Yellowfish on Eubank Funeral Home - Mabank, TX