Conner-Westbury Funeral Home in Griffin, GA

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Testimonials

My wife, Kimberly, passed away at age 47, after a long, brave battle with colon cancer. Our family was heartbroken, Mike and his staff overwhelmed us with compassion. Their professionalism and attention to detail was amazing . The facility complements the staff in their mission to ease the burden of laying our loved ones to rest. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you Mike and all at Conner Westbury funeral home.

Gregory Sweat
January 13, 2019

Both of my parents have passed in the last year. Mike Connor and the great people that work at Connor-Westbury have made a very trying time a little easier with their compassion and care. This is no regular funeral home by any means, they are a special group of people. These people really care about the people they are serving. I told Mike yesterday at my mothers funeral service how wonderful his group really is and how much I appreciate them for all they have done for us. A special shout-out to Mr. Davenport, you are one special man and may not know how much you have positively impacted our families over the years. God Bless you all and thank you again for your wonderful help.

Michael Fields
April 26, 2018

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Contact Us


Conner-Westbury Funeral Home
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1891 W McIntosh Road
| Griffin, GA 30223
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Tel: 770-227-2300
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| Directions

You are welcome to call us any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance. Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience.

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