September 26, 2021 Update: We Remain Open & Ready to Serve

The safety and well-being of our families, community, and employees is our top priority. We are proudly providing Live Streaming Services.
May 19th Update: Learn what we're doing to keep families safe in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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*May 19th Safety update*

On May 19th, 2021, Governor Cuomo will lift “volume” restrictions on the number of people that can attend wakes at one time. “Maintaining social distancing” remains in effect and will still limit our capacity in order to comply.

We will allow 2 families to have visitation concurrently in all of our locations, except Williston Park, as its more intimate size limits capacity.

Wearing masks into the building and while visiting will continue to be mandatory.

If you are not comfortable, don’t feel well or have underlying conditions that may put you at risk, please stay home. Send a card, visit our website and post a Tribute or Light a Virtual Candle.

We thank all of our families that we have had the honor to serve, especially over the last 15 months for their patience and understanding as we have had to adjust and change in a constantly evolving environment. There truly is a “light at the end of the tunnel” with the pandemic, but it is not over yet. The safety of our families we serve, our staff and our guests, is of the utmost importance. We will continue to provide you with exemplary service as we navigate through this next phase together.

Ofelia Blacio de Salvatierra New Hyde Park


Ofelia Blacio Tenesaca de Salvatierra, 79, passed away peacefully at her daughter’s home in Jackson Heights, New York on Wednesday, September 22nd after a battle of autoimmune liver disease...
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