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May 25, 2014

A TIMELESS PIECE: Coots Funeral Home refurbishes clock

JEFFERSONVILLE — The clock was reinstalled on the side of E.M. Coots' Sons Funeral Home in downtown Jeffersonville on Thursday afternoon. The owners recently had the clock refurbished with an exterior paint job, neon restoration and clockworks tune-up. The clock has been a part of the funeral home's exterior since the 1940s. See related phots.

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