Molly Burns has been a proud member of the team at Claude R. Boyd - Caratozzolo Funeral Home for over a decade. Molly finds deep satisfaction in serving her neighborhood and the families who need her guidance. She serves in the Deer Park community as a board member of the West Islip Chamber of Commerce and the Deer Park Lions Club.
James F Caratozzolo
A third-generation funeral director, James Caratozzolo has been serving families for over 4 decades. Growing up in the family business gave him a unique perspective of those dealing with the loss of a loved one and he developed a sincere desire to guide families in their darkest hour.
A member of the Knights of Columbus, James is also active in serving the local community through the Deer Park Lions Club. He has held a number of offices with the Lions and was a recent recipient of the organization's prestigious Melvin Jones Fellow Award.
Frank A Pasquale
As long as Frank can remember, helping families has been a part of his everyday life and passion. He graduated in 1990 from the American Academy of McAllister Institute in New York City and is dedicated to providing unique and memorable services to each family he is privileged to help.
Frank grew up playing hockey and continued to play as an adult. When he felt the need to give back to the sport that gave him so much, he became a certified USA Hockey ice official.
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