For The Safety Of Our Community and Our Staff

What You Can Expect From Us

Complete Disinfections

All surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized between family visits

Protective Gear

Our funeral directors and staff are provided with gloves and masks

Limited Gathering Sizes

We continue to monitor the situation and follow CDC recommendations


Families are assessed before being allowed entry into gathering areas

Social Distancing

Furnishings have been rearranged to allow for social distancing

Virtual Visits

Click Here or call 914-949-0566 to make arrangements with our caring staff

How You Can Help

Schedule an Appointment

Let us know you’re coming-we can usually plan your visit for the same day

Stay Home if You’re Sick

Do not visit our facility if you feel ill or have a pending COVID-19 test

Sanitize Your Hands

Clean your hands upon entering the facility and then put on a pair of gloves

Wear a Mask

Keep your face covered with a mask, scarf or bandanna at all times

Keep Your Distance

Maintain six feet between yourself, other guests and staff members

Grieving Alone & Together E-Book

Dr. Sara Murphy, PhD, CT and Dr. Alan Wolfelt, PhD, CT of the Center for Loss have created a booklet to help those in need during this time of uncertainty.

This digital book, Grieving Alone & Together features excellent info and insight to the following topics: Grieving in a pandemic, children and grief, planning funeral and memorial services and supporting your health while grieving.

Click Here to Recieve Your Copy
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