Legacy Funeral Home celebrates ribbon-cutting

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ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Chamber of Commerce celebrate the grand opening and ribbon-cutting for Legacy Funeral Home and Cremation Services.

A ceremony was was held on Friday at the funeral home, located at 519 Rockingham Road.

Chamber President Emily Tucker welcomed a large crowd of guests to begin the ceremony. Speakers for the ceremony included: Rockingham Mayor Steve Morris, Richmond County Commissioner Ben Moss, Pastor Sunny Diggs, Rev. Tommy R. Legrand, Pastor Dana N Goodwin and owner David Harrington. Prayers and remarks provided by Jordan Wall and Minister Ramona Kindell Harrington.

Legacy Funeral Home and Cremation Services provides after care (grief counseling), cremation, vaults, flowers, pre-funeral planning, monuments, insurance, notary of public, nationwide shipping and receiving, serving all races and faiths in their time of need.

“We’re pleased to that the Legacy Funeral Home and Cremation Services, LLC chose Rockingham as a location to do business and we are very excited to have them as a Chamber member,” said Tucker. “We wish them much success in their new business.”

For more information on Legacy Funeral Home and Cremation Services, please call at 910-778-1910.

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