Duddlesten Funeral Home, Raymondville, TX

Duddlesten Funeral Home

604 W HIDALGO AVE
Raymondville, TX 78580
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Phone: (956) 689-2151

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Comment on Duddlesten Funeral Home - Raymondville, TX written by: Charles Reeve 5 stars 2012-02-14 21:14:29 In 1945 Mr.George Owens, may have been director of Raymonville funeral home ?

His daughter, my cousin, was married in 1945

Looking for the married name of my cousin Joyce Marie Owens.

Best regards, Chuck

<reeve.charles@gmail.com>


Comment on Duddlesten Funeral Home - Raymondville, TX written by: Tim Thomasson 5 stars 2011-10-27 13:50:01 David Wittenbach:
I need your email address so I can send you some pictures form this weekend.

- tim


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