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Fowler - Kennedy Funeral Home Is fantastic! We can not thank Matt enough for all that he did for our family. Our mother's memorial/wake was amazing! Matt sat down with us and just talked about mom. He made a really difficult time so much easier. He asked us to bring in pictures and anything that represented her that we wanted to share. Mom made many items for her grand children so we brought them in along with other things that represented who she was. He said he would take care of the collage for us and also set everything up so we didn't have to do any of it. That made life so much easier. When we brought in the pictures of mom, Matt sat down with us and went through them. We talked about our memories of mom and had a good chuckle looking at the pictures.
The night of the wake when I walked in it took my breath away. I was blown away by the beautiful collage! Then I saw her name, it was made into a wall hanging. He took parts of her life that we talked about in our conversation, and put them into the picture. It blew me away! Then I saw all the things she made, put out on display. It really was remarkable. Next I walked into the 2nd room and saw ...To Read the full testimonial please click HERE.
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Fowler-Kennedy Funeral Home, 1960
Nason Street Fire Station 1892-1952 Maynard FD
Gruber Brothers Furniture Store on Main St - 1950
Horse & Buggy at American Powder Mill - c.1900
Main Street Looking East - 1966
Main Street, West End - early 1900's
Nason Street - c.1871
50th Anniversary Parade - 1921 Nason Street
Nason Street - 1971
Nason & Summer Steet - c.1877
James J. Mullin - 1916 Parade Marshall
Toby Saisa & Mattie Saisa -Early 1900's
Trolley at Concord Junction -c.1910
Maynard, Assabet Mills, 1920
Charles Persons in his first automobile, 1904
St Bridgets Catholic Church, c. 1900
Maynard Hook and Ladder No. 1, 1891
Maynard High School Basketball Team - 1929
Military funeral of Anthony Dzerkacz killed in action
during World War I - c.1920
Photo Des Allies Mosesco de Paris Nice,
"Hartwell Flood & Guyer Fowler - 1918 France WWI
Guyer Fowler was a grandson of Henry Fowler, one of the original signers of the petition for the incorporation of the Town of Maynard in 1871. Mr. Fowler operated the Fowler Funeral Home for many years.
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FOWLER-KENNEDY FUNERAL HOME | 42 Concord Street, Maynard, Massachusetts 01754 | (978) 897-7343