Michael has been a licensed New York state funeral director since 1985 and also holds licenses in the states of New Jersey and Florida. With many years of experience, Michael provides professional care to each family.
David M Rubin
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.
Kenneth De Matteo
Kenneth has been serving the Jewish community with care and compassion for several decades. He began at Gramercy Park Memorial Chapel 1976 and transferred to Riverside Nassau North Chapel in 2008.
Michael J. Lenoci
Michael began working in the funeral service industry after receiving his degree from the mortuary science program at Nassau Community College in December 2011. Michael passed the New York State Board exams, served his residency at Fairchild and Sons Funeral Home in Manhasset, and worked for Joseph Farenga and Sons Funeral Home in Astoria, Queens. He then began learning Jewish funeral traditions with IJ Morris Funeral Home in Dix Hills and has continued that tradition in Great Neck at Riverside Nassau North Chapel. While only just beginning his career, Michael has arranged and directed funerals of varying complexity for many different religions and nationalities. Michael takes great pride in his work and has a deep passion for what he does.
Anthony C Scarnati
Anthony began his career as a funeral director at Gramercy Chapels in Manhattan's Lower East Side in 1980. In May of 1989 he accepted a transfer to the former Nassau North Chapels, currently Riverside-Nassau North Chapels, in Great Neck, New York, where he has served since and plans to remain until his retirement.
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