Join us Saturday, October 13, 2018 for the unveiling ceremony of the Women Veterans Memorial. Learn more
At John J. Healey Funeral Home, we are proud of our tradition of providing honest and sincere service to Brooklyn families since 1904. Throughout the years, families have trusted us to provide exactly what they need and to honor their loved ones with services that uniquely reflect their lives.
Our beautiful funeral home features Spanish-style architecture and provides comfort, consolation and solace. We are located in the Gravesend/Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn at 2005 W. 6th St., within walking distance of the Avenue U station.
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Established in 1904, John J. Healey Funeral Home has served the families of Brooklyn with dignity and compassion for nearly a century. Originally from the Sheepshead Bay neighborhood of Brooklyn, John J. Healey relocated to the current location on West 6th Street in 2007.
We cherish the community we serve and invite you to join us for our upcoming events.
5K for Fighters
Unveiling Ceremony of the Women Veterans Memorial
11:00am - 1:00pm
After two and a half years of hard work and dedication, we are proud to announce the unveiling of a Women Veterans Memorial at Calverton National Cemetery here in New York. The Dignity Memorial team is proud to have underwritten this project and to have passionately supported bringing it to life over the past few years. We hope that you will join us at this special event honoring all military service women.
This event is sponsored by the US Department of Veterans Affairs, New York City Department of Veterans Services, the American Legion and Dignity Memorial.
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