History of Alleva Funeral Home, Inc.
Vincent C. Alleva and his wife Lena founded the Alleva Funeral Home in 1953.
Vincent’s caring, understanding and deep sense of compassion touched those who met him, and his dedication to serving people resulted in the growth of his business beyond his expectations. Lena’s brother, Giovanni P. Madonna (known to all as "Uncle Johnny") assisted Vincent; together they created a truly special service.
After Vincent passed away, his sons carried on the business, renaming it The Vincent C. Alleva Funeral Home. Vincent’s son, Stephen, continues to manage the business.
Our staff reinforces our reputation for superior service. We realize that our profession is multifaceted, and to that end we offer many types of funerals for all religious backgrounds. We’re fully licensed to assist families and individuals who wish to fund their funeral arrangements in advance.
As part of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers, we’re committed to exceeding expectations and delivering a standard of service that is 100 percent guaranteed. We believe that service to our clients and the community should extend beyond the funeral.
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