Wien & Wien Inc. Memorial Chapels

402 Park Street Hackensack, NJ


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    Charles Costello

    General Manager

    Since 2010 Charles has provided compassionate care to families in the Hackensack and Secaucus areas. Charles earned his mortuary science degree from Mercer County Community College in 1999. He is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial® team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in your life.

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    Frederick M Bennis

    Funeral Director

    Frederick is a licensed funeral director in the states of New York and New Jersey and has over 3 decades of experience serving the Jewish community. He graduated in 1988 with a degree in mortuary science from Canton College of Technology.

    At the age of 13, Frederick lost his grandfather and his experience catapulted him into a career in the funeral industry. Frederick believes in treating other families the way he would like his family to be treated.

    When he is not at the funeral home, you will find Frederick volunteering as a Boy Scout leader or as a member of Community Emergency Response Team in his Bergan County neighborhood. Frederick really enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors and tending his gardens.

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    Albino Nigro

    Funeral Director

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    Martin D Kasdan

    Community Development

    A third-generation funeral director and former funeral home owner, Martin has done important work in the funeral business for more than 50 years. He is a certified presenter of Dignity Memorial Smart and Safe Living programs, Escape School and Demystifying the Funeral Service. He is also a past president of the Metropolitan Funeral Directors Association in New York City, where his work was instrumental in establishing the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s electronic death registration system (EDRS). That work led to his representing the National Funeral Directors Association with the Centers for Disease Control to establish the EDRS nationwide.

    Active in many community organizations and fundraising projects in New York and New Jersey, Martin is a past deputy grand chancellor of the Order Knights of Pythias in the state of New York; past president of Temple Beth El of the Northern Valley in Closter, New Jersey, where he is presently ritual chair of the congregation; a board member of the Jewish National Fund Northern New Jersey Region; and committee chair for many fraternal and benevolent societies with sites in more than 30 NYC/NJ metro area cemeteries.