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.
Robert D Sturges
Bob became a licensed funeral director in 1979 and a member of the care team at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes in 1995. He belongs to the Nassau Suffolk Funeral Directors Association and the New York State Funeral Directors Association.
Community-minded people, Bob and his family have served Brookhaven for many years as volunteers with the Sachem school PTA. Bob’s family was instrumental in forming and nurturing the Long Island Volleyball Club, which provides a sports outlet for more than 200 boys and girls per season. Bob is a member of the Centereach Civic Association and Middle Country Chamber of Commerce, and a parishioner of the R.C. Church of the Resurrection in Farmingville. He also served as Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council #4402 in Centereach.
Bob and his wife live in Farmingville. They have 3 children and 4 grandchildren.
James M Hammer
James M. Hammer is a licensed funeral director and manager at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes. He has been a member of the group's care team since he was an adolescent, beginning his tenure with the company as a porter and door attendant. In 2013, he finally took the next step by changing careers and continuing in the footsteps of many family members who have brought dignity and honor to this profession for over 4 generations by becoming a funeral director. He describes his decision to become a funeral director as inescapable. "It’s in my blood."
Prior to graduating top of his class from American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service, he spent much of his time in the classroom as a teacher. Having earned a master’s degree in education, he continued his educator role as an on-campus instructor of microbiology at his alma mater for several years before moving to the next level in his career. In addition to his roles in funeral service and education, James has even had several minor roles in theater and film.
James is from Port Jefferson Station, New York, and when all is said and done, being a family man and serving his community is what means most to him. He is a long-time member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Port Jefferson, where he is past chairperson of the standing committee & grievances and past division historian. James is also an active member of the Port Jefferson Lions Club International. On his days off, he stays active physically and mentally by playing ice hockey, golf and writing creatively.
James is a unique member of the Dignity Memorial team. His devotion, compassion and undeniable zeal allows him to create personalized celebrations of life. These drives also uphold his distinguished reputation as a funeral practitioner, remaining faithful to the families who place their trust in him.
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