Daughenbaugh Funeral Home, Dakota, IL

Daughenbaugh Funeral Home

115 S WEST ST
Dakota, IL 61018
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Phone: (815) 449-2213

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Daughenbaugh Funeral Home - Dakota, IL Cheryl Bradt Obituary announcement - Posted by Bob & Anita Grimm 2015-02-24 11:21:57 Sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bob and Anita Grimm


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