Stone Goodwin Funeral Home, Gladewater, TX

Stone Goodwin Funeral Home

500 W Quitman Ave
Gladewater, TX 75647
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Phone: (903) 845-2213

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Comment on Stone Goodwin Funeral Home - Gladewater, TX written by: lillian beasley 5 stars 2012-01-23 12:03:50 Dear Sir, am trying to reach your funeral home at 1-903-845-2213..gives me a disconnect, is there a number to communicate with you, thank you, Lillian Beasley


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Reply by Patsy Williams on 2012-06-25 17:36:49

Hi Lillian, The lady who works at the County Clerk's office called me last Friday. She asked me to help her gather information so a death record could be made for Glen Beasley. The state of Texas has no record of one. I did lots of research and found a copy of his obit in the Gilmer Mirror newspaper, the issue was November 30, 1994, Page 8A. Stone Goodwin Funeral Home does not exist anymore. Croley Funeral Home is now in Gladewater. They told me they did not handle a service for Glen Beasley. I went to Grubbs-Loyd Funeral Home this morning and the gentleman who works there determined that Stone-Goodwin did handle the service and they inherited their old records. He was able to get the attending physician's name off of the records. That doctor still practices in Gilmer. Work is being done toward preparing a death certificate for Glen Beasley. He is buried in Gladewater Memorial Cemetery west of town on Hwy. 80. I hope this helps you.

Patsy


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