Hugh has been a funeral director at Neary Quinn Funeral Home since January 2002. He graduated from the American Academy McAllister Institute in New York City in 1981 with a degree in mortuary science. Hugh has served the families in the Spring Lake area since 1970 with the utmost professionalism and compassion. If he is not at the funeral home, you will likely find Hugh volunteering with the Spring Lake and Spring Lake Heights fire departments, the Wounded Warriors foundation and serving as a Eucharistic minister at St. Catherine’s Church.
Patricia O'Connor began her career as a funeral care provider in 1996. Over the years, she’s found that the most rewarding aspect of her profession has been learning about the people for whom she cares, through the words, prayers, memories, tears and, sometimes, laughter of their family and friends. Patricia's attention to detail allows her to find those special touches that will resonate with each family she serves.
As a leukemia survivor, she has a deep level of compassion and understanding for those who are going through a difficult time of loss, and she fervently believes in the importance of advanced planning conversations in order to ease the burden of and bring peace to your family members.
Patricia's goal of service to your family is to provide a beautiful memorial tribute parallel to the unique story of your loved one.
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