Peter A. Zaksheski
Licensed Funeral Director and Registered Embalmer since 1980 to present
Chester V. Zaksheski
Licensed Funeral Director since 1950 to present.
Operated Anthony Zaksheski & Son Funeral Service at 79 Broadway from 1956 to 1965
Dedicated the Anthony Memorial Funeral Home in Cary Square on December 10, 1965 to honor the memory of his late father
CONCIERGE STAFF (non-Licensed)
Webster's Dictionary defines Concierge (pronounced Kon-C-airz) a French word meaning “gatekeeper” or “Keeper of the Keys”. The position has its origins going back to the time of palaces and castles in ancient France. The royal household employed a “Concierge” whose job it was to see to the needs of VIP visitors as well as to hold the keys to the many castle rooms. The “Key” remains a symbol of the concierge profession to this day.
Carrying the position forward into modern times, many of today’s businesses recognize that ancient tradition of hospitality gives them the competitive edge in terms of client satisfaction and employee retention.
In recent years Concierge services may be found in “Class A”; hotels, office towers, residential buildings, retail settings, civic, academic and medical properties. (See National Concierge Association)
All of our support staff is trained to offer that same level of unexcelled hospitality found in any Class "A" establishment. To aide the comfort of the families we serve and thier guests who come to visit.
Donna M. Zaksheski
Frank A. Welsh
A licensed Funeral Director he established
"Frank A. Welsh and Sons Funeral Service"
from 1912 untill 1950.
Anthony W. Zaksheski
A licensed Funeral director, he established and operated
"Anthony Zaksheski and Son Funeral Service"
from 1930 untill 1956
William F. Welsh
A licensed Funeral Director and Registered Embalmer from 1938-1999
Co-director Frank A. Welsh & Sons from 1950-1994
John G. Welsh
A licensed Funeral Director 1949 to 2009
Co-Director of Frank A. Welsh & Sons from 1950 - 1999