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Funeral home owner - Bodies were treated 'with utmost respect'

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The Chicago Tribune
February 21, 2012

The owner of a South Shore funeral home shut down after authorities cited him for no electricity or heat insists he always treated the bodies in his care "with the utmost respect."

Harry Carter, speaking to reporters Monday night, also stressed that authorities have not lodged any criminal charges against him because of conditions inside Carter Funeral Chapels at 2100 E. 75th St.

Read the full article and see 3 videos (01:21, 00:33, & 00:52) at The Chicago Tribune

Thanks to The Good Funeral Guide Blog for altering us to this article.

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 22 February 2012 08:13 )  

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