Anderson Funeral Home, Moundsville, WV

Anderson Funeral Home

1109 2nd St
Moundsville, WV 26041
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Phone: (304) 845-7884

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Comment on Anderson Funeral Home - Moundsville, WV written by: Mrs Diane L. Logan 4 stars 2011-05-25 14:29:12 Might I extend my sympathies to the family of John Ingram and especially might I offer my prayers for John and also for Teresa, two people I have come to know affectionately these past few months.
John, you are in the company now with other brave men which includes my late husband. Might you all know the sharing of paradise with our heavenly father.

Mrs Diane L. Logan


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