As we all deal with the nationwide spread of the COVID-19 virus, we ask that you honor our new policy to protect the families we are serving, yourself, our staff and our community:
Pursuant to Executive Order No. 107, all public gatherings are limited to 25people inside our building, this includes public visitations.
If you are not feeling well, or have been exposed to someone who has been sick, please stay home.
Funeral masses are limited by the individual Church as well as final disposition with the specific cemetery.
Masks and/or facial coverings must be worn at all times when inside the funeral home.
We would ask that you avoid any additional physical contact with other attendees of the service in order to limit your exposure.
Please keep your visitation time to a minimum so that others may enter the building and pay their respects.
Please no food or drink in the funeral home. Water is provided if needed. Hand sanitizing stations are throughout the building for your use.
In complying with this order, as of March 21, 2020, all at-need services will be handled privately. This will stay in effect until further notice.
If a death occurs, please telephone our office (732-968-4227) and speak with one of our directors for assistance.
We will continue to serve our community and honor the families that we serve during this difficult time. We thank you for continued confidence in us and understanding our policy at this time. If you have any additional questions, please contact our office.
Thank you for your continued cooperation during this time. We are implementing this policy to ensure everyone’s health and safety.
The Sheenan Commitment
A funeral is about loss and healing.
When all the right elements are in place, a funeral can be a transforming experience.
A means to hold close and keep alive cherished memories.
With that high goal in mind, we offer a family tradition of excellence, and a family dedication to sensitive, caring service.
Since 1933, our philosophy has remained the same. To comfort you in your time of need. To help you make difficult choices. And to provide your family with peace of mind going forward.