David's career in funeral service began when he was hired by the Morris family in 1986. He was straight out of mortuary school, and the opportunity afforded him the chance to work with old-school funeral directors who trained him not only in the art and science of funeral directing, but also about what matters to individuals and communities. With that knowledge, David enthusiastically joined many temples and Knights of Pythias fraternal organizations; he has held seats on the boards of multiple Jewish organizations. Being involved with and serving Jewish communities became and continues to be a very important part of his life. When David is not in the office, he enjoys spending time with family and working around the yard.
Michael A Zumpano
Helping those in need is something that Michael Zumpano has always found fulfilling and emotionally rewarding. Having learned from some of the most accomplished funeral directors in the industry, Michael has experienced tremendous personal and professional growth.
After obtaining his associate degree in psychology with a minor in business from Nassau Community College in New York in 1998, Michael then obtained a bachelor’s degree in applied psychology from New York University. The education and experience he received added to his devotion of helping and understanding people.
After graduation, he met a funeral director who remains a good friend and mentor. This introduction to the funeral business helped make his career path clear. In 2004, he received his associate degree in mortuary science from Nassau Community College. That same year, Michael began his funeral industry career.
Matthew Gerald Fetter
Matthew Fetter is a licensed funeral director at I.J. Morris in Dix Hills, New York. He finds fulfillment in helping each family through such a difficult time by creating a memorable service for their loved one.
Eric Michael Rubin
After beginning his funeral career as a receptionist at the age of 18, Eric realized his desire to pursue a career as a funeral director. While studying at Nassau Community College and learning from his father and other well-seasoned funeral directors, Eric soaked in as much knowledge about the funeral industry as possible. To him, it is a true honor to help families in one of the most difficult times of their lives.
Growing up on the south shore of Eastern Long Island, he developed a love for the water and took up hobbies including fishing and kayaking in the Moriches Inlet. In his free time, Eric also enjoys working on his jeep, off-roading, writing music with his band and playing guitar. He currently lives in Manorville, New York, where he is an active member of the community.
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