Bartell'S Funeral Home, Dillon, SC

Bartell'S Funeral Home

2511 HWY 9 E
Dillon, SC 29536
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Phone: (843) 774-8548

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Comment on Bartell'S Funeral Home - Dillon, SC written by: Samantha Bruce 5 stars 2012-09-24 18:10:26 To Mrs. Bartell and the staff of Bartell Funeral Home, I just want to thank you for the arrangements that you have handled for my family over the years. I think you all exude a level of professionalism that has yet to be matched.


Comment on Bartell'S Funeral Home - Dillon, SC written by: eric 4 stars 2011-07-20 03:58:18 perhaps when will an official page come soon to show obituarties on the site for review rather than call facilities, and actual link to the company web site it wil be nice and appreciate thanks.


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2014-12-19 14:28 - Richard C. Hottelet, CBS Newsman and Last of ‘Murrow Boys,’ Dies at 97

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2014-12-19 01:55 - Lee W. Wattenberg, Who Saw Cancer Fighters in Foods, Dies at 92

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2014-12-18 23:49 - Virna Lisi, Italian Actress Lured to Hollywood, Dies at 78

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