D. Jamie, Jr, licensed funeral director, is the second
generation funeral director in his family. His father, Edward D.
Jamie was licensed at the age of 21 and practiced for 46 years
before passing away at the age of 67 in 1979. Edward D. Jamie,
Jr. was the founder of the Edward D. Jamie Funeral Chapel in
1969 and currently his daughter, Marissa Jamie, is studying
for her funeral directors license and wants to continue the
business in her father's footsteps. Pictured above is Carter E.
Jamie, grandson of Edward . Carter's father,
Christopher, was going to funeral directing school in 2001
when he tragically passed away.
Jamie, is the wife of Edward and is very active in the
business. A family business that knows the feeling of loosing
someone you love. The entire family has been very active in
their Church and Lynn currently runs a bereavement group since
the loss of her son Christopher. Marissa is a graduate of
Adelphi and received her masters degree in Social work
currently running a group home for disabled seniors in
Smithtown, while studying for her funeral directors license. Our
family knows compassion, service and dedication to those in
need. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week we are always at
your call. For free information please call me at (718)
Edward D. Jamie, Jr.
is the manager and licensed funeral director of the Edward D.
Jamie, Jr. funeral chapel. He has been licensed since 1969 and recently
passed the New Jersey Funeral Practitioners exam and is also a
licensed funeral practitioner in New Jersey.
The current office
location is one block east of the Clearview Expressway on
Northern Blvd. Mr. Jamie, Jr. is very familiar with all religious
customs and has served the community for over 37 years. He is a
veteran of the Vietnam War, a graduate of Queens College and a
member of the Holy Martyrs Armenian Church in Bayside.
His services are unique: