Wilson Miller Funeral Home

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  • 4210 N Saginaw Rd

    Midland, MI 48640

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  • 989-839-9966

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My grandpa had his military funeral yesterday and this is the funeral home that was used. The rug where you first enter was dirty and wrinkled. They had a lounge with coffee, tea, and some candies, it had a fish tank with only a single lonely looking fish in it. There was a burnt out light bulb in a fixture near my grandpa. The bathrooms were just barely on the clean side. The doorman seemed to only work 1 out of every 3 hours and most of the time you had to open the doors yourself. The service was lackluster with almost nobody around to ask questions., they hid out in their ""office"" most of the time. I was a pallbearer and I wasn't impressed with the meeting we got that only lasted 1 minute before our duties. We were instructed what do do (my first time as a pallbearer) in intervals, but I thought he could repeat himself to make it easier. When we exited the building with the casket to put it in the hearse, the doors seemed too narrow and I actually bumped into a door and almost lost my grip. Upon arriving at the grave site, they did move a few obstacles out of the way but I still had to step over a flower that was in my walking path while carrying the casket to the lowering machine. Also they seem to have no connection to the local paper at all, my grandpa's obituary had errors 3 days straight in the newspaper, and each day they said they would correct them.

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My grandpa had his military funeral yesterday and this is the funeral home that was used. The rug where you first enter was dirty and wrinkled. They had a lounge with coffee, tea, and some candies, it had a fish tank with only a single lonely looking fish in it. There was a burnt out light bulb in a fixture near my grandpa. The bathrooms were just barely on the clean side. The doorman seemed to only work 1 out of every 3 hours and most of the time you had to open the doors yourself. The service was lackluster with almost nobody around to ask questions., they hid out in their ""office"" most of the time. I was a pallbearer and I wasn't impressed with the meeting we got that only lasted 1 minute before our duties. We were instructed what do do (my first time as a pallbearer) in intervals, but I thought he could repeat himself to make it easier. When we exited the building with the casket to put it in the hearse, the doors seemed too narrow and I actually bumped into a door and almost lost my grip. Upon arriving at the grave site, they did move a few obstacles out of the way but I still had to step over a flower that was in my walking path while carrying the casket to the lowering machine. Also they seem to have no connection to the local paper at all, my grandpa's obituary had errors 3 days straight in the newspaper, and each day they said they would correct them.

 

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