Death Notices Section
The National Funeral Directors Association is the largest funeral service organization in the United States, representing funeral directors since 1882. You will find funeral related information and topics, guidelines and regulations.
Maryland State Board of Morticians and Funeral Directors
The primary purpose of the Board is the protection of the public's health and welfare through proper credentialing, examination, licensure, and discipline of morticians, funeral directors, surviving spouses, apprentices and funeral establishments.
The primary objective for the establishment of this Office was to license and monitor individuals, partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies operating cemeteries or providing burial goods and services to consumers in the State.
A great website with information regarding all aspects of a funeral including children's attendance, grief support, and cemeteries.
We are always interested in hearing from the families that we serve. Please take a moment to let us know how well we served you in your time of need. We very much appreciate your feedback.
I want to say thank you to Julia, who took the time to allow my husband and I a chance for a private viewing while we delivered flowers from New Jersey for my Aunt Rita. Her comforting words and tone helped ease our sorrow and lack of sleep from the drive. She even made sure we had a prayer card and signed the book. You have no idea how much this meant to me to say a final goodbye to a woman I loved so much. Owning a Florist we understand the importance a good staff member is. We work with many funeral homes. Julia went above and beyond and she is definitely an asset to your company. Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.
Kaczorowski Funeral Home did an amazing job caring for my family by meeting all of our needs when my mother in law had passed. They all are very professional and empathetic from the first phone call to the last visit. Mr. Gene was the funeral director that took care of us at the time of need, and what stellar service was given to our family.
I would definitely recommend Kaczorowski Funeral Home for pre need and at need services.
I have unfortunately had the experience of being here too much in the last few years. It's tough to be positive during such a negative time but this funeral home deserves it. One of their staff members Julia has honestly done everything in her power to make it as wonderful an experience as possible. She showed care and compassion every step of the way, treated each person as if they were members of her own family, and truly comforted us all in our time of need. It is apparent that her and the rest of the staff take great pride in their work and that to them it is far more than just a job.
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The facility is very well maintained and pleasant. No unpleasant sights or odors. It doesn't have the usual creepy depressing feel of a funeral home. Complimentary coffee and water as well as a few well placed candy bowls. They also have lying around various branded planners and calendars, prayer rings, angel pins, and tissues. The rooms are clean and appropriately lit and climate controlled. And the entire staff is compassionate and knowledgeable. I could honestly go on for days about it.
I hope nobody ever even has to read this review in order to find it useful, but if you do just know you're in good hands. Death is always hard, but these people do all they can to bring a little light to an otherwise dark time.
They are so helpful and extremely thorough. We appreciate everything they did for our family.