Shawgo Memorial Home, Astoria, IL

Shawgo Memorial Home

207 E BROADWAY
Astoria, IL 61501
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Phone: (309) 329-2125

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Comment on Shawgo Memorial Home - Astoria, IL written by: robbie 4 stars 2011-08-02 17:15:13 I went to a visitation in Astoria on monday and the lack of air in that building was unacceptable. need to add more air conditions to keep up or fix what u have. should have found alternate site for the visitation.


Comment on Shawgo Memorial Home - Astoria, IL written by: robbie 4 stars 2011-08-02 17:13:36 I went to a visitation in Astoria for Jim and Eileen Hammond Monday. Why was it so hot in the building? I realize it is hot out but that is no excuse for the conditions inside that building. There were people on the verge of heat exhaustion.


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