Gilbert Funeral Parlor, Seneca, SC

Gilbert Funeral Parlor

100 E SOUTH 1ST ST
Seneca, SC 29678
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Phone: (864) 882-0242

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Comment on Gilbert Funeral Parlor - Seneca, SC written by: Marlon L. Pruitt 5 stars 2012-03-26 09:45:36 Gilbert Funeral Parlor help the Pruitt-Williams Family during their time of need with detailed steps & requirements, Patience and Excellent Service. James "Buck" Gilbert was on point and delivered on what he said he would do and my Mom, Brothers and I are very Thankful!.. Thks


Comment on Gilbert Funeral Parlor - Seneca, SC written by: Shirley Alexander 4 stars 2011-05-27 09:59:10 I am needing to find out how to search for obituaries with Gilbert's Funeral Home?
Thank You.


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Reply by David on 2012-06-25 12:04:30

Since Gilbert does not have a website with an obituary page, you will not find anything unless its on a legacy.com or a newpaper obituary that has been posted to the web.


Comment on Gilbert Funeral Parlor - Seneca, SC written by: Shirley Alexander 4 stars 2011-05-27 09:58:15 How do you search for obituaries with Gilbert's Funeral Home webpage. I could not locate where to search for Obituaries.
Thank You.


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Gilbert Funeral Parlor - Seneca, SC Gil A. Walker Obituary announcement - Posted by Debra Morris McDowell 2012-05-11 20:04:36 We will feel the loss of Gil for a very long time. I remember the good times we had as we grew up together in Abel. With our mothers being best friends, we were like one family. Every time I saw Gil, I got a big hug. He was one of those good men that everyone he came in contact with will miss. I wish God had left him with us a while longer.


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