Frurip-May Funeral Home began business in 1904 as the "grandchild" of John P. Caton, who started his own funeral home and furniture store business. Caton was born in 1877 in LaGrange County and was raised on a farm near Mt. Pisgah. He was a son...
Funeral Homes in Mongo, IN
Young Family Funeral Home, Kendallville Chapel was formerly Berhalter-Hutchins Funeral Home which was established in 1860 and is Kendallville's oldest continuing business.
Young Family Funeral Home, Wolcottville Chapel was formerly Hutchins...
Hite Funeral Home has been a fixture in the community of Kendallville since 1949. Throughout the years the Hite family has had the privilege of serving families in Noble County and all of Northern Indiana. This long heritage of passionate and...
In 1963 Bob Ehret opened the Rieth-Rohrer-Ehret Funeral Home in Goshen with the help of Don Rieth and Wally Rohrer. In 1967 he acquired the Lienhart Funeral Home in Wakarusa.
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Facts about the city
Mongo is an unincorporated community in Springfield Township, LaGrange County, Indiana. The population in 2010 was 105.
It was noted by Kalamazoo Gazette on December 8th, 2016 that Ronald Gilbert Sr Rasler died in Parchment, Michigan. Rasler was 79 years old and was born in Mongo, IN. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Ronald Gilbert Sr's life.
Mongo is an unincorporated village in Springfield Township, LaGrange County, Indiana Township, LaGrange County, Indiana County, Indiana. The name Mongo derives from the early settlers' name for the area: 'Mongoquinong'. Although 'An Illustrated Historical Atlas of LaGrange County, Indiana' (1874) translates this as "Big Squaw Village", is presently thought to be a corruption of the Miami-Illinois language 'maankwahkionka', meaning "In the Loon Land". . .
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