Quinn - Fogarty Funeral Home

192-15 Northern Boulevard Flushing, NY 11358

Associates

  • Robert J Hogan

    Manager

    Bob Hogan is a 3rd generation funeral director. He provides compassionate and caring service to grieving families. Bob maintains an active role in many local church and fraternal organizations and is also dedicated to the funeral profession. He is a past president and current board member of the Metropolitan Funeral Directors Association and has served on the board of the New York State Funeral Directors Association and New York State Tribute Foundation.

  • Marie A Pemberton

    General Manager

    Marie A. Pemberton is the location manager of the Frederick Funeral Home and Beney Funeral Home and a funeral director of the Harden Funeral Home, Francis X. Hatton Funeral Home and the Quinn-Fogarty Funeral Home. Marie has had the honor and privilege to serve families in the Queens community since 1988. Marie was born and raised in Flushing, New York. She began working at the Frederick Funeral Home at the age of 17 as a receptionist. She followed her passion and desire to become a funeral director after she graduated high school by attending the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in New York City. Marie lives in Flushing with her husband and 2 daughters. She is very active in the community and serves as a Eucharistic Minister at St. Kevin RC Church. Marie loves spending time with her family and friends, walks in the park and listening to music. Through the years, Marie has had the opportunity to meet and assist many families. Being a funeral director has allowed her to grow and learn from each unique experience. Working within the funeral industry, helping families and being active in the community has made her a dedicated and compassionate funeral director. Marie is grateful for the support of her family, friends, colleagues and for each individual that she has had the opportunity to meet along her journey. For Marie, creating unforgettable memories and forming enduring relationships with families served is the most important ad rewarding aspect of being a funeral director.

  • Lorraine M Pistorino

    Assistant Manager

  • Nicole D Esposito


    Nicole D. Esposito has been a licensed funeral director since the early 2000s. Throughout her career, she has helped families through one of the most difficult times in life and realized that planning for the future is best. Nicole now spends her time guiding families through the prearrangement process and educating the community on the benefits of advance planning. She lives in Whitestone with her husband (also a licensed funeral director) and their 2 daughters.