Our Funeral Services
How to Plan a Funeral
Pre-Arranging a Funeral
Grief & Guidance
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We are not just any of the family funeral homes in Staten Island. Our years of experience combined with our highly professional, friendly and compassionate staff, makes Colonial Funeral Home is the first choice for hundreds of area families each year.
We're so proud to be the chosen funeral home by many. This section of our funeral home website will introduce you to our Colonial Funeral Home team, our facilities, the story of our funeral home and much more. We look forward to years of continued funeral service in Staten Island and surrounding areas.
We are proud to embrace traditional values, diversity and innovation in honoring the spirit and life of each person we serve. Colonial Funeral Home offers a full selection of:
Do not hesitate to call us at 718-351-5858 or email us at email@example.com, for more information on Colonial's funeral services in Staten Island. We would be happy to answer and questions you may have.
At Colonial Funeral Home, we are committed to serving the families of Staten Island and the surrounding communities with exceptional care. While there are many reputable funeral homes in Staten Island, we are proud to be the one your family chooses to work with.
When you lose a loved one, you should not have to stress over the details of arranging a funeral service. Our licensed funeral directors can help you through each step of arranging a funeral service including the completion of necessary paperwork, handling and transporting of the deceased, arrangement of the service, and grief support services afterward.
Whether you are calling to inquire about prearranging a service or have just lost a loved one and need to make immediate arrangements; the first call is very important. During this first call, you should expect to be asked for certain details and specific information. Being prepared with this information ahead of time will help make the initial phone call easier.
Your name, and other contact information
The deceased’s name, date of birth, and date of death
Do you need a legal pronouncement of death? (immediate need only)
The location to pick up the remains (immediate need only)
Once these initial questions have been asked, the funeral director will arrange a time for you to come
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