In 1973 Douglas Casimer joined his father at Casimir Funeral Home. A graduate of Port Jefferson High School, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and American Academy McAllister Institute of Mortuary Science, Doug began following in his father’s footsteps operating the funeral home and actively serving the community.
Doug served as an officer in the North Shore Chamber of Commerce, as an active member of the Stony Brook Rotary, serving two presidential terms, and as a member of the St Charles Hospice from its inception. Doug was also an original member of the St Charles Hospital Foundation Board, where he continues to serve.
Cindy D Cavorti
Immediately upon her 1997 graduation from Nassau Community College, Cindy D. Cavorti began her career with O.B. Davis Funeral Homes and Casimir Funeral Home. After years of dedication to funeral service, she accepted her current position as location manager in 2009, upholding the firm’s reputation with honor and dignity.
As a lifelong resident of Middle Island, New York, Cindy has tirelessly served her community not only as a licensed funeral director but also as a religious education instructor at St. Frances Cabrini Roman Catholic Church and as the past secretary of the Longwood PTA. Currently Cindy serves as president of the Nassau-Suffolk Funeral Directors Association, where she remains dedicated to ensuring ethical business practices are upheld in the funeral profession.
Cindy’s pastimes are anything family-oriented, including camping, fishing and vacations with her husband and daughter. When she finally takes time for herself, she can be found on the beach, getting lost in a good book.
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