For over 3 decades, William has provided dignified and compassionate funeral services to families throughout the New York metropolitan area. He remains active in many fraternal, civic and religious organizations throughout the Westchester, Rockland and Orange Counties and communities we serve. Bill serves on the New York State Funeral Directors Association Board of Directors, as well as many professional committees and organizations. In keeping with his commitment to the We Honor Veterans Program, Bill supports and remains active with several of the veteran’s organizations throughout our area.
“I understand the importance of honoring our grandparents’ traditions and values while embracing today’s technology to better serve our community with dignity, honor and respect,” says Bill.
Martin P Beck
Martin P. Beck Jr. has been a licensed funeral director for about three decades and has served countless families in the tri-state area since 1989. He is known for his professionalism, compassion and dedication to his community and its residents. If Marty is not at the funeral home, you will likely find him enjoying golf or volunteering with the Knights of Columbus Our Lady of Lourdes Council in Washingtonville, New York, or the Lions Club in Goshen, New York.
Angel L Bracero
Since 2007, Angel has served as a funeral director at Wanamaker & Carlough Funeral Home. He graduated from the American Academy McAllister Institute in 1998 with a degree in Mortuary Science. Angel serves the families of Rockland and Bergen counties with the utmost respect, professionalism and compassion. If he is not at the funeral home, you will likely find Angel traveling and enjoying the outdoors with his wife and children.
Carrie Ann Cooper
Carrie Cooper has been a funeral director since 2012 after graduating from Hudson Valley Community College in 2011 with a degree in mortuary science. Carrie has dedicated herself to providing service excellence to the families and communities she serves. She takes time to listen to each family and understand what is most important in creating a celebration of life. When Carrie is not at the funeral home, you will likely find her gardening or volunteering in the community with Our Lady of Mount Carmel Ladies Auxiliary or the Lions Club.
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