Matthew Funeral Home Reviewed as Top 3 in NYC

By: Matthew Funeral Home
Monday, August 24, 2020

The Scamardella family is proud to announce that Matthew Funeral Home has been named as one of the Top 3 funeral homes in New York City, according to threebestrated.com. We have been proudly serving the families of Staten Island and beyond for over 50 years, and we are grateful for such a wonderful review, which states that we offer “the biggest and most affordable amenities within a seventy five-mile radius of New York City.” 

Our Funeral Home

Our renovated facilities offer easily accessible parking for 75, including a number of handicap-accessible spaces. Inside the funeral home, we have a variety of modern viewing rooms to fit families of any size; as well as an elevator for those that need additional mobility assistance.

Our Services

We pride ourselves on offering a variety of resources to bereaved families. Some of these services include legal advice for individuals and families before and after death, pre-arrangement, grief counseling, memorial videos, floral arrangements, cremation, monument design, and funerary services for Veterans. 

Top 3 Funeral Home in New York City

The staff of Matthew Funeral Home is honored to receive this accolade from Three Best Rated. We work hard to ensure that both the bereaved and the deceased receive the best care and service possible. To see the full review and evaluation form Three Best Rated, click here.

For over 50 years, Matthew Funeral Home has been serving the Staten Island community. We can help with almost every aspect of your loved one’s memorial service. Our family is here to serve yours, every step of the way.

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