Funeral Home offered in Lake Hiawatha, N.J.

Funeral Home services are offered to Lake Hiawatha, N.J. and surrounding areas.

Parsippany-Troy Hills, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The staff of Stephen J. Priola Parsippany Funeral Service invites families to discover who has made the ultimate provider of creating healing experiences in the community of Lake Hiawatha, N.J. They have years of experience caring for families, from all levels of society. Each family comes to them because they know they are leaders in their profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Stephen J. Priola was licensed as a funeral director in 1993, at which time he founded the Stephen J. Priola Parsippany Funeral Service. The business operated from rented locations in Whippany and later Madison while Stephen sought a permanent location in Parsippany-Troy Hills. The current facility opened in September of 2000 on the property where the former landmark “Primo’s” had stood for many years, in the heart of the Lake Hiawatha business district of Parsippany.

The funeral home is independently owned and operated by the Priola family who are longtime Parsippany residents. Stephen is assisted in the daily operations of the business by his parents Angela and Ron Priola, and a staff of ten part time attendants, most of which are retired after years of experience in other professions.

In the words of Mr. Priola, Stephen J. Priola Parsippany Funeral Service is all about “comfort, value and convenience.” The home is non-sectarian and serves all faiths and cultures. The detail-oriented staff is committed to providing personalized, white glove service at fair prices. Funeral options are available within the reach of every family including those who rely on SSI/Medicaid. Special requests are encouraged and accommodated whenever possible.

They welcome all comments, questions, or concerns. And they promise to always respond with honesty and clarity. They have made it simple for family’s too -they can email the funeral home, connect with a member of our staff by phone, or simply stop in to our office. http://www.parsippanyfuneral.com/contact-us/contact-us

They ask just one thing: if families’ have immediate need of them, please call (973) 335-4700.

Life is full of opportunities to show someone they love them. One such opportunity is the funeral or memorial service. Such a loving event celebrates the choices they made, the relationship shared, and honors the memory of the loved one. Honoring the achievements of the loved ones and celebrating the life shared together are the cornerstones of healing after loss. Honoring the life of the loved one means the family values the relationship shared. Stephen J. Priola Parsippany Funeral Service looks forward to helping families decide how to celebrate that bond and honor the unique individual the family has lost. They can make suggestions to enhance tribute ideas the family may have. Together they will create a fitting and memorable event with the family

Contact Info:
Name: Steve Priola
Organization: S.J. Priola Parsippany Funeral Service.
Address: 60 North Beverwyck Road, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034, Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey 07034, United States
Phone: +1-973-335-4700

For more information, please visit http://www.parsippanyfuneral.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359827

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