To our dear families, friends, and surrounding communities,
We care deeply for the health and safety of you, our communities, the families we serve and our dedicated staff. We are all in this together as we serve each other and keep each other safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
In order to curtail community-spread and provide for adequate social distancing, all residents are ordered to remain in their homes and not gather publicly. All public funeral gatherings, viewings or ceremonies therefore should not be conducted in any funeral home, place of worship, cemetery or crematory until further notice. Only the legal next of kin should be permitted to privately identify, participate in a non-public viewing and/or abbreviated service and witness the final disposition (if the individual cemetery or crematory permits).
Since a gathering of no more than 10 people is permitted, please be mindful that this includes one funeral director and a celebrant/officiant/clergy member, if any. We are still able to take prompt and efficient care of your loved ones, 24/7. Burial, cremation, entombment, donation may still take place in the immediate time frame, with the recommendation that public commemorations are postponed until the order is lifted.
In an effort to help serve you at this time and protect all involved here are just a few of the ways we can assist you.
- Coordinate all arrangements with family members via phone and internet
- Arrangement forms available on our website under the Pre-plan tab use of our Build and Price a Funeral link on the homepage
- While public services will be limited/postponed, we can honor your loved ones and celebrate their lives immediately or at a later date with the creation and sharing of their life stories (obituary) and photo memorial tributes
- Family and friends who cannot gather at this time may express their memories and condolences on our website's Obituaries page
Please reach out to us at any time if you need guidance or have any questions.
Jonathan C. Krowicki, Mgr. NJ Lic. No. 4358