Mrs Meek'S Mortuary, Kansas City, MO

Mrs Meek'S Mortuary

2216 E 19th St
Kansas City, MO 64127
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Phone: (816) 241-1177

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Comment on Mrs Meek'S Mortuary - Kansas City, MO written by: Edward Harrell 4 stars 2011-07-18 11:58:29 HELLO HOW, ARE YOU?
DOING WELL I TRUST .
My grandmother passed away in the late 70's . She was funeralized by Ms.Meeks Morturay.
I was young do not remember all the details. Her name is Sallie Wardine Bell, of 3013 Park Ave,
KCMO. Only Son was my father Willie Dorsey- I was interested in the availability of her program/obit. any info will be greatley appreciated.
Thank You very much.
Edward


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