It's probably the one of the toughest activities that you will ever undergo - saying goodbye to a loved one. We, at Joseph F. Nardone's Funeral Home understand the emotions and confusion that you may be going through. Experienced at all facets of planning the viewing, interment or cremation, we compassionately assist you in making your loved one's passing dignified and professional.
Nardone Funeral Home serves the Westchester County, NY and greater Peekskill, NY areas and is available for Death-While-Away services.
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William A. Mauro (1/21/14) +
William A. Mauro, Sr. age 84 of Toms River, NJ, formerly of Montrose NY passed away on January 21, 2014.…Read More
Richard “Rick” Kasten (9/26/13) +
Richard “Rick” Kasten of Peekskill, NY passed away on September 26, 2013. He was 66 years old. Mr. Kasten was…Read More
Edward Ajello (9/2013) +
So sorry for your loss. We hope you know that Eddie is in the Lord's hands now. He will be…Read More
Thomas R. Bertoline (8/19/13) +
Thomas R. Bertoline, age 58, of Cortlandt Manor, NY passed away at home on August 19, 2013. Thomas was Vice…Read More
Jandy Fahey (7/2013) +
We will always remember your laughter and great sense of humor. Lucy I will miss you my baby sister, all…Read More
Barbara Bizzaro (6/2013) +
Sorry we could not be there with you at this time but we are sorry for your loss and will…Read More
Charles J. Wassil, Jr. (5/1/13) +
Charles J. Wassil, Jr. of White Plains, NY, formerly of Putnam Valley passed away on May 1, 2013. He was…Read More
Nardone Funeral encourages you to write a memorial to your loved one or their family.
We will post your memorial on the internet for all to read
Subsequent to a brief review, Memorials are posted in perpetuity under the Obituary
All current Obituaries can be found by clicking on the front page link
Historical Obituaries can be located utilizing the "Search Obituaries" box on the top of any page
Click the link (Add Memoriam) below the Obituary to start the process...
What to do?
You can find a checklist for immediate considerations following a death by