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Welcome to Falco, Caruso & Leonard Funeral Home
Providing full service before, during and after time of need.
UPDATED JULY 23, 2020
To the families that we serve:
Our staff is here to assure you that we will continue to serve our community and that the health and safety of the families we serve as well as our staff and associates remain a top priority.
As of June 22nd, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy released the Executive Order No. 56 stating Funeral Homes will be able to hold indoor services for up to 100 people or 25% of their building capacity, whichever number is fewer.
We are proud of our 10,000 square foot Pennsauken Funeral Home that allows us to accommodate 100 people as determined by the above Executive Order No. 56. We are also proud to debut our new Hand Wash Station located off the side foyer of our Pennsauken Funeral Home. Due to the current health pandemic and the uncertainty of the future, we have decided to make this addition to our funeral home to ensure the safety of the families we serve, visitors, and our staff. We have also installed numerous hand sanitation pumps throughout the funeral home.
We understand these are difficult times and that funeral directors and families we serve are both working through feelings of isolation. Grief as we understood it has changed, our routines are upended, and everyone’s sense of what was known has become disrupted.
With all of that being stated: We are open and will remain open and serving our community, and will take care of your loved ones no matter what type of services you are selecting, whether burial or cremation. We pledge to abide by local, NJ state, federal and CDC guidelines and are continuously monitoring practices and recommendations set forth by both the NJ state and national Funeral Director’s Associations. We pledge to continue serving your families with compassion and provide the most dignified service that we can within the scope of current regulation, while also helping to plan a future memorial service or Celebration of Life.
For funeral planning, we can guide you in person, via phone and electronically. We have invested through the years in state of the art technology that will allow our families to share their graveside services with friends and loved ones over the internet while we are in this time of crisis and for an enhanced memorial gathering once we all get through this time together.
For a family in need at a time of death – call us. We will virtually meet with you and help you plan your services. Any public notifications will state that the services are being handled privately due to the current health crisis caused by COVID-19 and the recommendations of the CDC. Services held at the cemetery can be videotaped by our staff to be shared with friends and family who could not attend. As always, as new information becomes available, these policies are subject to change to adhere to the guidelines set forth.
For everyone else – call the family. They still need your support at this time so they know that they are not alone. Offer words of support via phone, text, email; send flowers, a card or have a meal delivered; make a charitable donation or have a Mass said in their name; send your condolences via the funeral home website to them and keep them in your thoughts and prayers. These small gestures will make a huge difference on a grieving family and will help them get through the coming days.
Finally, PLEASE listen to the guidelines being set forth by our governments and take care of yourselves and your neighbors.