John S. Dengler has been a licensed New York State funeral director at the Dengler, Roberts, Perna Funeral Homes since 1986 when he graduated from SUNY Canton with a degree in mortuary science. As a third-generation funeral director, John has had the privilege of serving the western New York community for over 3 decades. He enjoys the professional challenges of funeral service and the opportunity to assist families in honoring their loved ones.
A resident of East Aurora, Jack grew up in a family funeral home in Niagara Falls. He earned his funeral director's license in 2003 after graduating from Simmons Institute of Mortuary Science, where he received awards for excellence in embalming and mortuary sciences. He joined the Dignity Memorial team in 2017 and looks forward to a long career with the company.
Jack is chairman of the Western New York Funeral Directors Golf Outing, which raises money for the Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Christmas in July, an event that provides presents to all the children in the hospital. He is on the board of directors for BB&G Charities, the funeral directors advisory board for Unyts and a member of the Erie Niagara Funeral Directors Association.
In his spare time. Jack enjoys playing golf, camping, traveling and spending time with his wife and their three children.
Marilee D Enos
Marilee "Mimi" Enos graduated from SUNY Canton and has been a licensed New York State funeral director since 1993. A graduate of West Seneca West High School, Mimi is a member of the New York State Funeral Directors Association, the National Funeral Directors Association, the Erie-Niagara Funeral Directors Association and Queen of Heaven Parish. Married to Robert Enos, Mimi is the proud stepmother to Cynthia and Brian.
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