Whalen & Ball Funeral Home

168 Park Ave Yonkers, NY

Associates

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    Michael J Scarnati

    Manager

    Michael J. Scarnati has provided compassionate and caring service to the families of Yonkers at Whalen and Ball Funeral Home since 1995. A graduate of Fordham University and the American Academy McAllister Institute, Michael has practiced in the funeral industry for many decades and continues to exemplify caring dedication to each family he serves. Michael has been a resident of the local area since the 1990s and is devoted to family life with his wife and 2 sons, all of whom he is very proud.

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    Patrick S McCoy

    Funeral Director

    Since he was a young man, Patrick S. McCoy Jr. has been drawn to endeavors that focus on bettering the world around him, striving to live a life of service. Patrick obtained a degree in mortuary science from Nassau Community College and served his residency at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes. Now a licensed funeral director, Patrick is committed to serving families with empathy and compassion for many years to come.

    Growing up on Long Island, New York, Patrick attended Chaminade High School, where he learned the core values, ethics and principles that he upholds in his daily activities. During his years of secondary education, Patrick was a volunteer at Chaminade in many roles, at his church as a youth counselor and with the Boy Scouts of America, attaining the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout. As an adult, Patrick continues his passion for volunteer work.

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    Christopher M Ryan

    Funeral Director

    Christopher M. Ryan has been serving the families of Yonkers, New York, since 2006. He earned his associate degree in applied science from Briarwood College in 1999. Born and raised in New Rochelle, New York, Christopher is familiar with city life within a small community.

    Christopher's dedication and compassion come from the loss of his father and brother at an early age. He finds inspiration from the quote by Charlie Chaplin in "The Great Dictator": “We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery, we need humanity. More than cleverness, we need kindness and gentleness.”

    His family life is everything to him and in his spare time Christopher coaches his daughter’s softball team and serves as a volunteer firefighter.