Summers Funeral Home celebrates 25 years


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Chamber Board Chair Merleen Van Dyke (left) presents a plaque to the Summers Family: Vanessa Summers, Terri Summers, Terry Summers and grandson Grant, Mendi Talkington and Mekia Rhoades – Chamber Ambassador.


The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Summers Funeral Home, 223 W. Market St., for being in business 25 years.

The funeral home has been at the same location for 25 years, although there have been two additions to the building. At first the business was run solely by husband and wife team, Terry and Terri Summers. Now there are 10 people that work at Summers.

“Our daughters are both involved in the business which makes it a true first-generation family owned and operated business within our community. Our mission was and still is, to provide thoughtful, caring service to every family that calls upon us,” said Teri Summers.

“It is our pleasure to recognize Summers Funeral Home, and the Summers family, for this accomplishment,” said Chamber director Whitney Gentry.

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization with 300 local business members. For more information about the Chamber how to join, contact the chamber office at 740-335-0761 or visit www.fayettecountyohio.com

Chamber Board Chair Merleen Van Dyke (left) presents a plaque to the Summers Family: Vanessa Summers, Terri Summers, Terry Summers and grandson Grant, Mendi Talkington and Mekia Rhoades – Chamber Ambassador.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/02/web1_2.23.17-Summers-25-yr.jpgChamber Board Chair Merleen Van Dyke (left) presents a plaque to the Summers Family: Vanessa Summers, Terri Summers, Terry Summers and grandson Grant, Mendi Talkington and Mekia Rhoades – Chamber Ambassador.

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