A R Leak Funeral Home, Chicago, IL

A R Leak Funeral Home

7838 S Cottage Grove Ave
Chicago, IL 60619
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Phone: (773) 846-6567

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Comment on A R Leak Funeral Home - Chicago, IL written by: Mrs Marsha Riley 4 stars 2011-11-19 14:03:37 Important request of Mr. Leak Jr.


Comment on A R Leak Funeral Home - Chicago, IL written by: Delores Williams 4 stars 2011-06-29 19:28:28 I was very disappointed in the funeral services that you provided for my brother. The services for Friday 1/7 and 1/8 were both very insenstive to my family and disrespectful to my deceased beloved brother. The woman who was coordinating this was cold, harsh, militaristic, and confusing. There was no privacy at the visitation, 4 people in one room with no dividers and overlapping of voices and grief. The funeral was rushed and disorganized, the instruction were cold and unsympathic, the coordinator had no social skills or professionalism. She was harsh and condescending. But also there is not enough PARKING SPACE the neighborhood is congested and dangerous and not conducive to allowing proper attendance and an unrushed service. Again I am disappointed and outraged at the way we were forced to say goodbye to our beloved brother. I will not recommend or use your services again until these things are rectified.


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A R Leak Funeral Home - Chicago, IL james perry Sending Condolences for ranald beach 2014-09-23 17:42:54 to john beach sorry for your loss on the death of you brother ...pete perry.


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A R Leak Funeral Home - Chicago, IL Bianca Veasley Obituary announcement - Posted by Katrina Eppenger-Rhymes 2013-12-04 19:23:30 We here at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, wish to express our deepest condolences in the home going of the cousin of one of our members, Sis. Katrina Eppenger-Rhymes. We regret that we didn't know Sis. Bianca Veasley but the memories she has shared with us about her will linger in the hearts of her family forever. If there is anything we here at Antioch MBC can do to lighten your bereavement period, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Rev. Dr. Charles E. Boles, Pastor
and the entire Antioch MBC family
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
18045 McDougall Street
Detroit, Michigan 48234-1641
(313) 891-1524


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