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Funeral and cremation

Mack Memorial Home

How may we help you?

Every exceptional individual deserves a suitably unique farewell. At Mack Memorial Home in Secaucus, New Jersey, we plan distinctive memorial tributes that capture the best moments of a lifetime. In 1951, Otto Mack founded Mack Memorial Home, which has served families in the same location for more than 60 years. Today, we continue to uphold our tradition to compassionate service by creating personalized memorial services to be treasured by all who attend.

Amenities

  • Chapel
  • Funeral Celebrants
  • Multicultural Funerals

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Traditional, contemporary and military funerals in Secaucus

Count on us to guide you when selecting every detail, from music to decor. Our interfaith chapel warmly welcomes celebrants of all traditions of faith, whether you choose a traditional religious funeral or a contemporary celebration of life. We offer funerals with military honors in tribute to those who served our country. Those who choose cremation may opt to host a viewing beforehand, or a memorial service afterwards. At each stage, our team provides expertise and support.

Create an ideal tribute

Picture life’s defining traits. Lifelong hobbies, passionate pursuits or dedication to a vocation can become the cornerstones of a custom-tailored memorial service inspired by your stories. We can create a bike-in for the avid cyclist, with priority parking for bicycles and a two-wheeled escort for the funeral coach. Or, we could transform our flexible reception space into a 1-night-only art walk featuring pieces by your family’s most creative painter, with keepsake prints for guests. We specialize in fulfilling possibilities as vast as the personalities we serve, so let your imagination be our guide.

Contact us, day or night

We consider it an honor to serve the greater Secaucus area, from Palisades Park to Kearny. Please reach out to us for assistance with funeral arrangements in Secaucus, or to arrange a personal tour of our chapel.

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