The tradition of caring and excellence began in 1953 when Maryann and Joseph Konopka opened their Funeral Home. Today, over a half of a century later, their legacy continues under the direction of their daughter Lizabeth.
Maryann and Joe were respected community leaders in several Religious, Political, and Charitable organizations. Their example resulted in Liz tirelessly continuing and expanding their work.
Every family that enters our doors is treated as if they were our own. Each step, from the initial phone call to the "good bye" is handled with dignity and decorum. No detail is too minor and every request is handled with care, understanding and respect no matter how trivial it may seem. When the funeral is over, the grieving continues, we provide support to help the healing process. The basis of our vocation is to be there for you to help you through this most difficult of times.
We provide a wide range of services to our clients. We have traditional service, with or without embalming, as well as cremation. We also can facilitate transportation, should the deceased pass at a location distant to their final resting place, even overseas. In this new global world we are fully experienced and prepared for such necessities.
In addition, we are familiar with many of the traditions and religious burial customs. Several families opt for non-traditional individualized services. This has proven to be a learning process for us as well as our families. Working together is the best feeling of accomplishment.
If you have any questions, Liz is always available, just a phone call away.