D'Andrea Bros. Funeral Home

99 Oak Street Copiague, NY

Associates

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    Beatrice E Lewanduski-Lecesse

    Manager

    Caring for loved ones lost and the beloved left behind has been Beatrice's life dedication. Raised in Deer Park, New York, and a resident of West Babylon, New York, Bea has served the families of the town of Babylon for several decades.

    Bea serves as a cantor at Our Lady of Grace Church in West Babylon. She serves as a director on the board of the Copiague Chamber of Commerce, a member of Copiague Community Cares, the leader of Girl Scout Troop No. 982 and secretary of the Deer Park Lions.

    As a volunteer within her profession, Bea is a member and past president of the Nassau-Suffolk Funeral Directors, past president of the New York State Association and currently serves as New York's representative to the National Funeral Directors Association.

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    Charles N Lecesse

    Funeral Director

    Charles has been an associate at D'Andrea Bros. Funeral Home since 2007. Charlie graduated from SUNY Farmingdale with a degree in mortuary science. He serves the families of Copiague with the utmost of caring and professionalism.

    If he's not at the funeral home, you can likely find him out on Great South Bay fishing, upstate hunting or at Babylon Bowl on his league. Charlie also serves on the Family Assistance Commission of the New York State Funeral Directors Association.

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    George F Wischerth

    Funeral Director

    George Wischerth has served the Copiague community for over half a century. Prior to his funeral service career, George was a detective with the Nassau County Police Department. George is a proud veteran, having served with the U.S. Air Force and as a member of the American Legion.

    George has been a resident of Amityville since the 70s and is devoted to community service. He is a member of both the Loyal Order of the Moose in Lindenhurst and the Massapequa Elk Lodge as well as a parishioner of St. Martin of Tours Church of Amityville.