Gillooly Funeral Home

126 Walpole Street Norwood, MA 02062

Associates

  • Amanda J LeBlanc

    Funeral Director

    Amanda J. (Nolan) LeBlanc has been in funeral service since 2006. She graduated magna cum laude from Fine Mortuary College in Norwood and became a licensed funeral director in 2009. Amanda began her career in North Central, Massachusetts, and joined our team in 2012. In addition to helping families in their time of need, she has hosted many seminars and consultations in the Norwood area on the importance of planning a funeral in advance.

    Amanda enjoys volunteering and helping others in the community. In her spare time, she does a seemingly endless amount of housework with the radio on, but also finds time to enjoy reading and planning day-trip adventures. Most of all, Amanda enjoys spending time with her husband and their 3 children.

  • David Edmund Comeau

    Funeral Director

    A MetroWest native, David Comeau began his career in the funeral business in the mid-2000s when family circumstances encouraged him to become a funeral director. David attended the Funeral Institute of the Northeast (also known as FINE Mortuary College) and has worked in Boston, Norwood and Worcester funeral homes, always serving families as if they are his own. He is proud to now serve the Framingham community with that same level of personalized attention and care.
  • Erin C Young

    Funeral Director

    Erin Young grew up living above her father's funeral home in Northeast Pennsylvania. After earning a bachelor's of science from Virginia Tech, she pursued a different career path. She later left the work force to care for her children, but 12 years later, she decided to attend FINE Mortuary College and follow in her father's footsteps. Helping families through challenging times is her true passion, and she prides herself on serving each family with care and compassion. Outside of work, Erin enjoys spending time with her children and her beagle Sparky.

  • Gary F Toye

    General Manager

    Gary graduated from Boston's New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, now known as Mount lda Campus: UMass Amherst, in 1986 and has since worked in various sectors of funeral service. He has been in funeral home management since 1997 and considers it an honor and privilege to help families in their greatest hour of need. Gary is a member of the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and National Funeral Directors associations. He and his wife, married since the early 1980s, have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.