Manual Corris Revis April 13, 1962 – June 30, 2014
1775 N. Sherman Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46218
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On behalf of my entire family, I would like to thank you for all your help and assistance in making the funeral arrangements for Dad and Mom's funerals. Your gentle manner, professionalism and compassion made a very sad and difficult time for our family so much easier. Thank you for everything.
Thank you so much for the care you've provided our family over the past few months. Definitely a situation we wish we could have postponed for a long while. Your calm, easy manner made the process for us much less stressful and relieved a lot of our anxiety. You did a beautiful job with Matt's service from Matt's preparation to the organization of flowers at the church, it was a true celebration of his life. Please thank the entire staff. Everyone was wonderful.
On behalf - our entire family wishes to thank you and your staff for your kindness, comfort and help with making this process easier. It takes very special to be able to help families during their worst moments of losing someone.
Wow, you are thanking me? It was the hard work and team effort of you and staff that pulled everything together so well! Indeed, it takes "a village" to create the atmosphere and conditions to make such a celebration of life go well - and you all did your parts so well! The clever way in which you resolved the music challenge was outstanding. . . I do wish all services went as smoothly as Marie's did and that is in large part due to your professionalism and commitment to a job well done. It should be me, on behalf of the Sekeffsky family and friends, thanking you all.
Thank you so much for all of your help and support with Mom's funeral arrangements. You were all so kind to us and made a difficult time easier for us. We are grateful for that.
Mi experiencia de trabajar con Albertson's y el Consulado Mexicano fue excelente. Ellos hicieron todo el papeleo. Las personas que trabajan ahi nos apoyaron en todo, entiendieron y se hicieron cargo de todas nuestra necesidades. Y sobre todo en nuestro idioma. Desde el principio ellos fueron hasta donde estabamos en el hospital. Siempre que teniamos una pregunta, nos contestaban inmediatamente. Considero por mi experiencia que es una excelente Funeraria para la comunidad hispana. Gracias. My experience working with Albertson's and the Mexican Consulate was excellent. They did all the paper work. The people that worked there helped in every way possible, they understood and took care of all our needs. Above all, it was in our language. From the beginning they went to us at the hospital. Every time we had a question, they had an answer. I consider this is an excellent
8/28/2013 The first time I met with Albertson's I was happy they were not pushy and forced me into things I didn't want. The funeral at the Church was absolutely wonderful. I didn't have to take care of anything. I can't even think where to begin and say how thankful I am they did everything. Carolyn Myers
Fecha: 3/14/2014 Nombre: “Ministerio Nuevo Amanecer” Queremos compartir nuestro Testimonio con cada uno que pueda estar pasando por la pérdida de un familiar, de un amigo o un conocido. Después de una semana en un hospital esperando por la recuperación de un gran hijo, amigo y hermano llego el momento que nadie quiere aceptar, la separación y la partida de ese ser que tanto amamos. Como líder de nuestra congregación aquí en Columbus Ohio comencé hacer los preparativos y movimientos para que este hermano fuera trasladado a su país natal Oaxaca México ya que como sobrevivientes le queda su esposa Rosario Perez-Lopez y su niña de 7 años Nisi Shadai Vargas-Pérez. Llame a la Coalición Hispana de Columbus Ohio y muy amable el Sr. Josué Vicente me informo que tenía que llamar al Consulado de México que se encuentra en Indianápolis Ohio para pedir un Apoyo Económico. Así lo hice, me comunique
Date: 3/14/2014 Zosimo Vargas We want to share our testimonial with each and everyone that can be experiencing a loss of a family member, a friend or just someone you know. After being a week in the hospital waiting for the recuperation of a great son, friend and brother, the time had come to accept the separation and departure of the one we love. As the leader of our congregation in Columbus, Ohio, I started my research in how to send our brother to his native country, Oaxaca, Mexico, to be with his wife Rosario Perez-Lopez and his 7 year old daughter, Nisi Shadai Vargas-Perez. I called the Columbus Ohio Hispanic Coalition for information. Mr. Josue Vicente was kind and informed us to call the Mexican Consulate in Indianapolis, Indiana. We needed financial support. I called Mrs. Rosa Vidal in charge of the support program. She let me know what documents I needed