Commitment to service and professionalism are the guiding forces behind our funeral homes. There is nothing more important to us than the trust a family places in our ability to help guide them through a most difficult time. Our goal is to work with each family to provide the service that fits their needs with dignity and honor at a reasonable cost.

Funerals and Events

UPCOMING

Apr 9 : 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Calling hours for Doris M. Flint at the Pike Community Church
by Harmon - Watson

Apr 9 : 2:00 pm
Funeral service for Doris M. Flint at the Pike Community Church
by Harmon - Watson

RECENT

Mar 30 : 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Calling hours for Michael R. Cedrone, Sr.
by Robinson and Hackemer

Mar 28 : 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Calling hours for Robert F. Murray
by Robinson and Hackemer

Mar 28 : 4:00 pm
Memorial service for Rosemary Domroes
by Harmon - Watson

Mar 28 : 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Calling hours for Rosemary Domroes
by Harmon - Watson

Mar 28 : 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Celebration of Life for Joyce Leone Comstock Snyder at the Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church
by Robinson and Hackemer

Common Questions

How do I pre pay a funeral?

Once the type of arrangements are decided upon (i.e. Burial or cremation, viewing, calling hours, service), a funeral director can arrive at a total cost estimate. The expenses can then be paid either in full or in part. The monies by New York State law then are placed into an interest bearing account in the name of the individual with the funeral home listed as the trustee.

Words for Loved Ones

For Michael R. Cedrone, Sr. : remember the first time meeting mike coming to my petting zoo with Denise and the 3 kids she was pregnant with Rachel was friends for years after that with there family soo sorry for your loss

For Joyce Leone Comstock Snyder : Steve and Sandy - we were very sorry to hear about Steve's mother. I'm sorry we couldn't make it to her service. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

For Michael R. Cedrone, Sr. : I remember michael growing up on Holden street. He was like a big brother to me. No matter what we did(play baseball at the Holy cross feild, build forts in the woods by the railroad tracks, listen to music in his basement room, hang out at the barracks playground, or just sit on the stoop next door) We always had a good time. If we could only go back to those days. Rest in Peace, I'll meet you at the stoop in the sky.