At Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home in Livingston, New Jersey, we are honored to serve families in Livingston and the surrounding Essex County communities. We understand losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience. That's why our team at Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home is always committed to help you with compassionate, professional and personal service.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
A welcoming Livingston funeral home
Conveniently located off of Interstate 280 at 145 East Mount Pleasant Ave., our funeral home is near several churches and synagogues. It is about 30 minutes away from New Penn Station and Newark Liberty International Airport.
We are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral and cremation service providers. When you choose Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, you'll receive both the compassionate care you expect from a Livingston-operated establishment and the benefits you deserve from the largest and most trusted network of funeral, cremation and memorialization services.
We Honor Veterans
At Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Four Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, we are honored to serve our nation’s heroes and take this responsibility seriously. We have taken steps to ensure our staff is knowledgeable of all the benefits available to military veterans and their families.
In addition, we host community events annually in honor of our veterans and work closely with local veterans organizations. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran’s memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.
Please contact us if you need immediate assistance, or if you would like more information about our funeral and cremation services.
We have a long history of helping people in their times of need. In fact, Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home has its origins dating back to nearly a century ago.
Father and son legacy
During the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic that left 675,000 in the United States dead, John J. Quinn Sr. was a teenager responsible for driving horsedrawn wagons to assist in the removal of the dead from their residences. This led him to become involved in several funeral establishments, and eventually he opened John J. Quinn Funeral Home in Orange, New Jersey. When John died in 1955, his son, John J. Quinn Jr., took over and built a successful business serving the residents in Orange.
The Hopping impact
Meanwhile, Wes Hopping opened the Hopping Funeral Home in Livingston, New Jersey, in 1945. After World War II, several people began leaving the busy metropolitan areas and moved into new affordable homes in the previously rural area of Livingston—and the town began to grow. As Wes made plans to sell his establishment, John Jr. realized the future potential of this thriving community. John Jr. purchased Hopping Funeral Home 1962 and began an aggressive construction project to increase the size of the Hopping Funeral Home in order to better serve the growing Livingston community. The success of the 2 funeral homes allowed John Jr. to build larger buildings on the Toms River: first in the 70s and again in the 80s at the current location on Mule Road.
The family business continues
John Jr. and his 2 sons, John J. Quinn III and Kevin Quinn, purchased more funeral homes in Bergen, Hudson, Sussex and Ocean Counties in the 80s. During this time, the original Hopping Funeral Home became the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston. In 1997, the Quinn Hopping family of funeral homes joined the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery services.
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"Thank you so much for all your help during this difficult time."
"The funeral director of our arrangement was the most organized and polite individual. The funeral was flawless and the director did a wonderful job."
"The funeral was everything I had hope it to be!"