330 Hempstead Avenue Malverne, NY  (516) 593-7230


COVID-19 Virus Protocol

With the ongoing situation with the state of emergency declared by the Federal government, we are making changes to protect the families we serve, the public and our staff.

We ask that if you are not feeling well, have a cough or fever or have been travelling outside of the United States, to remain at home. Condolence messages to the family can be left using Facebook or Legacy.com. Arrangement conferences can take place over the phone.

...

Public gatherings are limited to 50 individuals during visitation. Only 50 immediate Family members during funeral masses & no family are to enter cemetery offices or public restrooms. Visitors who do come are asked to offer condolences and words of comfort instead of a hug or handshake and to be mindful of social distancing practices.

We have enhanced safety measures in place such as continuous spot cleaning and the removal of any items that come in constant contact with the public.

We realize that despite the current challenges with the COVID-19 virus families still need and deserve support. We encourage everyone to talk to people impacted by the loss of a loved one over the phone, or by text, or Facetime or Skype. Old fashioned letter writing to share memories and express feelings, and offer condolences are always appreciated. For those who cannot leave their homes, we suggest doing something as simple as lighting a candle in their loved one’s honor.

We remain optimistic that these conditions will only last for a short term with your continued support. We will keep you updated as we receive new directions from the Federal government and the Bereavement Authority

Our goal is the safety of families needing our services, as well as the safety of our staff, so there will be no exceptions to the rulings we follow. Please keep a safe distance of six feet from one individual to the other, and avoid personal contact such as handshaking, kissing and hugging.

Persons that are under self imposed or mandatory quarantine, are asked to please not enter the building. If in the unlikely event, a loss has occurred as a result of COVD-19, we are equipped and prepared to respond and to care for the loved one that has passed. using, universal proper precautions.

For the family member(s) making the arrangements, and if they are under quarantine, we are able to satisfactorily address and complete funeral arrangements remotely by phone, or other internet based multi media.

These are difficult and trying times. We are confident that we will positively overcome this challenge as we have done so with past challenges our Village has faced.

We thank you for your understanding & hope to believe there are better days ahead. God bless us and keep safe.

The Walsh Family & Staff , Malverne Funeral Home, Inc.



Our Family Serving Your Family Since 1894    
 

Celebrating it's 126th year of service is the Malverne Funeral Home Anthony J. Walsh & Son, Inc. on Hempstead Ave in the heart of Malverne. According to Director David G. Walsh, Grandson of the original founding father, John A. Walsh, "The business began back in 1894 when Grandfather opened in Woodhaven, Queens and later opened another chapel in Brooklyn"

 "Personalized service has always been our hallmark". When people have a loss, they need someone to depend on, to answer questions they may not have thought of to help them through" Walsh said.
Malverne Funeral Home serves all faiths, offers pre-planning, counseling, and compassionate community service for over a century. 

We pride ourselves in providing comfortable, peaceful surroundings and compassion, guaranteeing a dignified memorial tribute to loved ones.

Located on the South Shore
 of Long Island

Parking for Over 200 Cars

Professionally Decorated Interior

Elegant Architectural Design

Competitive Prices

Major Credit Cards Accepted

Website & Advertising Supplied by www.KPsearch.com (516) 741-8960
cheap nfl jerseys

 

 

Recent
Obituaries