Quinn Hopping Funeral Home

26 Mule Road Toms River, NJ


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    Michael Timothy Sutton


    Since 1987 Michael has provided compassionate care to families in the Toms River area. Michael has been a licensed funeral director since the early 1990s and is a graduate of the funeral service program at Mercer County College. He is proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® team, guiding you through one of the most difficult times in life.

    Michael is a parishioner of St. Joseph R. C. Church, a past grand knight of council for Knights of Columbus #4969, a member of the Toms River Elks #1875 and a past president of the New Jersey State Funeral Directors Association.

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    Steven J Andrews

    Funeral Director

    Steven joined the staff at Quinn Hopping Funeral Home in 2016 and has served with Dignity Memorial® since 2012. After graduating from Central Regional High School in Bayville, he spent two years at Ocean County Community College in Toms River, graduating with an associate degree before obtaining his mortuary science degree in 1999 from the Simmons Institute of Funeral Service in Syracuse, New York. Looking forward to growing with the company, Steven has seen positive changes in the industry as a whole. One of his favorite recognized changes is the permission given to families to break away from staunch traditions in order to properly honor their loved one with a personalized service.

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    David P Kalinowski

    Funeral Director

    David started his funeral service career in 1987. He received his bachelor of science in economics from Cook College at Rutgers University in 1985 and his mortuary degree at American Academy McAllister Institute in New York City in 1988.

    Dave enjoys being an active member of the community. He has served since 1997 on the board of directors for Ocean of Love, a non-profit organization assisting Ocean County families who have children with cancer. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #4969.

    In his spare time, Dave enjoys fishing, theater and sports. He resides in Toms River with his wife and 3 children.