Tom began his career in funeral service in the Long Island area in 1978. He earned his associate’s degree in occupational studies at American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in 1979. He has been part of the Dignity Memorial network since 2013. Tom’s goal is to treat every family he serves as if they were his own.
George L L Kranz
Since 2016, George has provided compassionate care to families in Syosset. George earned his degree in mortuary science from Saint John's University and the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in 1984. He is the third generation in his family dedicated to funeral service. George is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life.
He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, Past Grand Knight of his council, and a Fourth Degree Knight in the Bishop Walter P. Kellenberg Assembly. When not serving families, George enjoys being with family and taking his antique Cadillac to local car shows.
Nicole D Esposito
Nicole D. Esposito has been a licensed funeral director since the early 2000s. Throughout her career, she has helped families through one of the most difficult times in life and realized that planning for the future is best. Nicole now spends her time guiding families through the prearrangement process and educating the community on the benefits of advance planning. She lives in Whitestone with her husband (also a licensed funeral director) and their 2 daughters.
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