How Moloney Serves All Families, Faiths, and Cultures

At Moloney Family Funeral Home, we are committed to keeping each family’s confidence so that they can feel at peace entrusting their loved one to our care. We are proud to serve our neighbors in Long Island, Center Moriches, and Bohemia and offer each family expert and compassionate care.

Here are some of the ways we serve all families, faiths, and cultures.

We put families first.

Christian cross with golden paint splatter graphic backgroundBeing a family-owned funeral home means we put families first. We’re not busy concentrating on sales targets and quotas. We focus our attention on each individual family and their particular needs. We work hard to make sure every family feels supported and heard during this difficult time of life.

We bring a personal touch to everything we do.

Founder F. Daniel Moloney Sr. started our family funeral home in 1937 with a strong sense of values and a desire to give back to the community. From the beginning, he added a personal touch to everything he did. We’re continuing this legacy today, through our focus on personalized services and tributes. Whether you choose a traditional burial or a cremation, we will work to arrange an unforgettable, customized service to celebrate your loved one.

We are well versed in the funeral traditions of different faiths and cultures.

Our funeral directors are sensitive to all faiths and belief systems. We have close professional relationships with clergy around the area so that we can better meet the unique needs of every family we serve. We approach every service we arrange with humility and don’t claim to be the experts in every religion’s death practices. What runs through every service we arrange is simplicity and a sharp focus on details. From the moment you start planning a funeral or cremation with us, we put your faith tradition and cultural background front and center.

We support families long after the funeral is over.

The weeks and months following the funeral are some of the most difficult. Our understanding staff offers grief support for families long after services have ended. Our onsite library features a wide selection of grief-focused brochures, books, and tapes to help families better understand the stages of grief and how to weather them. Kota, our adorable grief therapy dog, is one of the most popular members of our team. Families find Kota’s company encouraging and soothing when they are in the midst of deep grief.

Our Moloney family has served this special community for over a century. If you have questions about any of our services, reach out to our knowledgeable staff today. We are here for you 24/7.