Founded in 1959 by Richard and David D'Andrea, D'Andrea Bros. Funeral Home is located in the lovely hamlet of Copiague, New York, within the town of Babylon. Situated on the south shore of Long Island in Suffolk County, the funeral home has served people of all faiths in our Long Island community for more than 50 years.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Monument and Inscription Services
- Multicultural Funerals
Personalized funeral planning in Copiague
We give you an array of customized funeral options, so you can choose what's most meaningful and comforting for your specific wishes. Whether your choice is a traditional funeral, cremation or customized memorial services, we will guide you through the entire funeral planning process.
Our team is knowledgeable and experienced in assisting veteran's families with the special processes they might need to complete when their loved one passes. We can also help you select flowers or create a memorial video tribute—a beautiful keepsake DVD that's a photo collage of your loved one's life.
Get comfort and professionalism
Recent renovations to the interior and exterior of our building are meant to offer comfort in pleasant surroundings. There's also a separate lounge area available for children. We have parking onsite and our building is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us to find out more about our funeral home, or meet with a caring member from our team.
Richard and David D'Andrea founded D'Andrea Bros. Funeral Home in 1959. Born and raised in Amityville, New York, they were 2 of 7 children born to Donetta (Compitello) and Albert P. D'Andrea.
Richard had always desired to be a funeral director and graduated from the McAllister School of Embalming in New York City in 1952. His brother, David, joined the U.S. Navy, and upon completion of his military service, attended the Simmons School of Embalming in Syracuse. He obtained his license in 1958.
Our funeral home opening
At that time, Dave and Richard made the decision to open their own funeral home. In 1958, they bought the property at 99 Oak Street. A new building was constructed, and our funeral home officially opened on August 1, 1959. In 1962 and 1964, additions were made to the existing building. In 1964, they acquired the Robinson Funeral Home in Amityville, which became the 2nd branch, bearing the name Robinson and D'Andrea Bros.
Although Richard died in April of 1990, Dave continued the business on his own with a team of devoted, local associates. Dave is retired but still remains an integral part and respected member of D'Andrea Bros. Funeral Home.