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Clark Chapel - Starks Family Funeral Homes

EmailTom@StarksFH.com
Address405 Center St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2135
Fax269-782-3013

Whether it's specialized military services or advanced planning, the Clark Chapel and Starks Family Funeral Homes provide all forms of traditional funeral services, including assisting your loved ones with military benefits, cremation, and the purchase of your monument and marker.

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Mission Hills Memorial Chapel, Crematory & Gardens

ContactBert R. Edquist
Email MissHillMG@aol.com
Address61453 M-51
Niles , MI 49120
(directions)
Telephone269-683-8333

Conveniently located between Dowagiac and Niles, Mission Hills Memorial Chapel, Crematory & Gardens is the most complete and modern depth care facility in the State of Michigan.
Established in 1953, it offers funeral services on a pre-need basis. The state-of-the-art crematory is the only one in Cass and Berrien counties. It offers an indoor and outdoor mausoleum, indoor and outdoor cremation niches, and traditional ground burial. The new chapel can also be used for funerals.

Pre-planning guides are available free of charge by contacting the company.

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Monuments By Design LLC

ContactDaniel Blevins
EmailMonumentsByDesign@gmail.com
Address21945 M-60 East
Cassopolis, MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone269-445-3848

Monuments By Designs, conveniently located in Cassopolis, provides monuments and memorial services for you and your loved ones, as well as the inscription of garden and memorial bricks..  

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