Landess Funeral Home Inc, Campbell, MO

Landess Funeral Home Inc

HWY 53 N58
Campbell, MO 63933
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Phone: (573) 246-2596

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Comment on Landess Funeral Home Inc - Campbell, MO written by: Connie Kiser 5 stars 2012-05-22 23:49:22 I want to thank Landess Funeral home - Brad and his staff for the wonder job they did with my sister. Laura Ann looked so amazing beautiful- would never have know what she had been through. Chris Landess would be is smiling with pride in the job her successors did. The service was perfect and the personal attention given was above and beyond any expectations, Continue to keep up the good works and God will Bless you as you minister to those who are grieving.

Sincerely,
Connie Foster Kiser


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