Ordering flowers from our site ensures that your order will reach us or the family in a timely manner, and your gesture of support will remain acknowledged in the Book of Memories for future generations. We only work with local florists so we can maintain the sense of urgency and quality of your selections. We thank you for helping to support the family during their time of need, and will fondly remember your kind gesture.

On May 25, 2019 Elaine V. Snyder (nee Bartos) beloved wife of the late Donald J. Snyder; devoted mother of Donna Connors and Ronald Snyder and his wife Alicia; cherished grandmother of Teresa Klier, Dina Rachuba and Caitlin Snyder. Also survived by 8 great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue on Friday at 1:00 pm. Visiting hours will be held on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm.  Interment at St. Stanislaus...
Now that things have finally slowed down and back to somewhat normal, we would like to extend our gr...atitude to McKenzie Funeral Home for making everything perfect. Tim handled the service in a very professional manner, and was there for our every need and concern, Beth was always there to answer every question and if she couldn't she was on it and getting us the answers. They are the most understanding, compassionate people in a time like this. Thank you from Randolph and Christopher for making this experience as good as it could be! See More
Since 1924, the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex have served the Baltimore, Essex & Middle River areas and surrounding communities with care and compassion. We understand that funerals are for the living and strive to provide a meaningful, individual service for every family we serve. Our professional staff is always available for assistance and guidance whether our services are needed before the funeral, at the time of death, or after the funeral is over. We’ve designed our website to provide information about the services we offer along with helpful links.
As a dedicated funeral establishment our responsibility is to the families we serve. We provide the most elaborate funeral service to the simplest graveside ceremony, the most unusual memorial service, to the most basic direct cremation. Since no two people are alike, neither should their funeral ceremony be alike.  We are prepared to assist families from every walk of life to create a unique ceremony that reflects a life well-lived.
Now that things have finally slowed down and back to somewhat normal, we would like to extend our gr...atitude to McKenzie Funeral Home for making everything perfect. Tim handled the service in a very professional manner, and was there for our every need and concern, Beth was always there to answer every question and if she couldn't she was on it and getting us the answers. They are the most understanding, compassionate people in a time like this. Thank you from Randolph and Christopher for making this experience as good as it could be! See More

Since 1924, the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex have served the Baltimore, Essex & Middle River areas and surrounding communities with care and compassion. We understand that funerals are for the living and strive to provide a meaningful, individual service for every family we serve. Our professional staff is always available for assistance and guidance whether our services are needed before the funeral, at the time of death, or after the funeral is over. We’ve designed our website to provide information about the services we offer along with helpful links. 

Tabor City: Larry Scott Simmons, 46 of Tabor City died Friday, April 12, 2019 at his residence. He was the son of Larry Dale Simmons and Frances Simmons. He was employed by D & S Pump and Supply Company Inc in Whiteville, NC.   Survivors include Father, Larry Dale Simmons of Clarendon, NC; Brother, Mark Simmons (Renee) of Nakina, NC; Niece, Jillian Simmons of Nakina, NC. Funeral Service will be Monday April 15, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at McKenzie Mortuary Chapel with Rev. Chris Hardee... 

On May 29, 2019 Walter Raymond Taylor, Jr. devoted husband to Barbara Taylor; beloved father of Raymond and Timothy Taylor; dear brother of Philip, Jerry, Donna, Richard Taylor and Denise Swain, Betty Nan, Bill Hopp and the late Michele Forbes Taylor and the late Phyllis Hebert; loving nephew of Hannah Storto; cherished son of the late Audrey A. and the late Walter R. Taylor, Sr.; dear brother-in-law to Nicholas Storto. Also survived by many loving grandchildren. A funeral...
As a dedicated funeral establishment our responsibility is to the families we serve. We provide the most elaborate funeral service to the simplest graveside ceremony, the most unusual memorial service, to the most basic direct cremation. Since no two people are alike, neither should their funeral ceremony be alike.  We are prepared to assist families from every walk of life to create a unique ceremony that reflects a life well-lived.

We love our families, and more than anything, we want them to be okay after we’re gone. That’s why planning ahead for funeral wishes is an amazing gift of love. You can ensure that your funeral is exactly what your family needs to honor your life, personally grieve, and begin a healthy grief journey. To learn more about how planning ahead benefits both you and your family, take a few moments to review these 10 reasons for making your plans ahead of time. http://bit.ly/10ReasonsPlanAhead
Colt helped our family during the most difficult days. Not only was the service beautiful for our Mo...ther. He was there from the beginning to the end. He is caring, genuine and truly a wonderful person. Thank you for all your care, love & respect during this very difficult time. Connelly funeral home of Dundalk is a class act. Thank you again for all your kindness & care. See More
Marshall Jimmy Sarvis, 73 of  Whiteville, died April 16, 2017 at Columbus Regional Medical Center.  He was a sewing machine mechanic for Blue Jeans , Jasper Textiles and Stone Manufacturing for 30 years.  He was the son of the late Marshall Jenkins Sarvis & Lucienne Marie Sarvis. Marshall is survived by his wife; Linda Jones Sarvis, two sons; Randy Wayne Sarvis & Raymond Allen Sarvis both of Whiteville, one sister; Nancy Sarvis Jenrette of Whiteville, two step...
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