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Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home Caring.as only neighbors can. Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home was orig- in 1914 and led in the development inally a part of the Rodgers-Wade Furniture Company, which was founded around 1892. Fred Manton of the city as a hospital center. It was purchased in 1949 and follow- ing restoration and additions became also serves as the managing director. May and Jackie McQueen, and a staff of twenty-five full and part- time employees. Jackie McQueen and Grady Fry purchased the funeral the home of Fry-Gibbs Funeral service division from the company Kelsey and wife Kathie are mem- bers of First United Methodist Home. in 1921, operating as Manton-Fry Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home offers a full range of products and ser- vices, from traditional arrangements of the firm. to cremation services. We proudly stand on our rich heritage of over 100 years of dedicated service to the Church of Paris. Dr. Kelsey Gibbs serves as the chief executive officer Funeral Home until 1943 when Marvin Gibbs acquired interest in the firm. On May 15, 1997 the Gibbs family acquired full owner- ship. The current historic location of families we have served and con- Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home was built in 1858 by Dr. A.S. Johnson. In 1916 it was occupied by Dr. L.P McCuistion (1869-1947) who served as a physician in Paris for 58 years. funeral directors, Mark Welch, He founded the Sanitarium of Paris tinue to serve. Our pre-need plans allow families to tailor funeral ser- FRY & GIBBS vices according to their wishes. Fry-Gibbs employs five full time FUNERAL HOME Arvie Stevens, Paul Bean, Dustin Kelsey and Kathie Gibbs Jackie McQueen Mark Welch Arvie Stevens Paul Bean Dustin May Ronnie Nutt 730 Clarksville Street Paris, Texas 75460 | 903-784-3366 I Visit us at www.fry-gibbs.com A family owned, independent full service funeral home. Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home Caring.as only neighbors can. Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home was orig- in 1914 and led in the development inally a part of the Rodgers-Wade Furniture Company, which was founded around 1892. Fred Manton of the city as a hospital center. It was purchased in 1949 and follow- ing restoration and additions became also serves as the managing director. May and Jackie McQueen, and a staff of twenty-five full and part- time employees. Jackie McQueen and Grady Fry purchased the funeral the home of Fry-Gibbs Funeral service division from the company Kelsey and wife Kathie are mem- bers of First United Methodist Home. in 1921, operating as Manton-Fry Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home offers a full range of products and ser- vices, from traditional arrangements of the firm. to cremation services. We proudly stand on our rich heritage of over 100 years of dedicated service to the Church of Paris. Dr. Kelsey Gibbs serves as the chief executive officer Funeral Home until 1943 when Marvin Gibbs acquired interest in the firm. On May 15, 1997 the Gibbs family acquired full owner- ship. The current historic location of families we have served and con- Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home was built in 1858 by Dr. A.S. Johnson. In 1916 it was occupied by Dr. L.P McCuistion (1869-1947) who served as a physician in Paris for 58 years. funeral directors, Mark Welch, He founded the Sanitarium of Paris tinue to serve. Our pre-need plans allow families to tailor funeral ser- FRY & GIBBS vices according to their wishes. Fry-Gibbs employs five full time FUNERAL HOME Arvie Stevens, Paul Bean, Dustin Kelsey and Kathie Gibbs Jackie McQueen Mark Welch Arvie Stevens Paul Bean Dustin May Ronnie Nutt 730 Clarksville Street Paris, Texas 75460 | 903-784-3366 I Visit us at www.fry-gibbs.com A family owned, independent full service funeral home.

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