Ramey Funeral Home, Saluda, SC

Ramey Funeral Home

202 N Rudolph St
Saluda, SC 29138
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Ramey Funeral Home - Saluda, SC Laverne Perry Obituary announcement - Posted by Bill Morse 2012-02-18 09:01:16 Our deepest condolences to Laverne`s family. We were so sorry to read of his
passing. May God bless and comfort you all. I know most of the family and
you all are such wonderful family.
love in Christ,
Bill & Christine Morse


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