Dimery & Rogers Funeral Home, Kingstree, SC

Dimery & Rogers Funeral Home

1100 E MAIN ST
Kingstree, SC 29556
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Phone: (843) 354-6002

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Comment on Dimery & Rogers Funeral Home - Kingstree, SC written by: Travis Blanding 5 stars 2011-05-01 01:53:42 We are still with you Mrs.Dimery, when we needed you, you were there and loyalty to you is a must......God Bless and all the other families should see that you are the best in Florence and Kingstree!!!!!! We love you and your services are the way God made this to be........Not a side-show!!!!!!! Henryhand-cant embalm LOL


Comment on Dimery & Rogers Funeral Home - Kingstree, SC written by: Kerri Kenyon 5 stars 2011-05-01 01:43:17 The best at what they do since 1916!!!!!!!


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