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STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Norm Gerhard, Funeral Assistant & Scoutmaster

Norm!  In true Cheers fashion we exuberantly call his name as Norm Gerhard strolls in the funeral home door. Yes, we do have our fun at the funeral home where appropriate! Norm is one of our ...
By Andrea Ruggieri
Thursday, June 14, 2018

John Harnischfeger, Funeral Assistant, Driver & Powerlifter

The stories behind the people that come to work at Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home are quite intriguing. Really! There are some fascinating stories. Who knew we would have a State and Nationa...
By Andrea Ruggieri
Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Rejuvenation

Spring is a gratifying time of year. It promises the beginning of warmer weather, new life and rejuvenation. With refreshed energy and a sense of possibility, Spring offers hope for restoration in ...
By Andrea Ruggieri
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Debbie Valle, Funeral Assistant, Flower Runner & Grandmother

We are blessed by the extended team we have working here at Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home. Our outer ring staff are an invaluable mainstay and frankly many of them may be just as recognizab...
By Andrea Ruggieri
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Bob Scarciotta, Funeral Assistant & Driver

Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home employs many different people for many different jobs that are not only vital to the success of our business, but more so for serving our families to the best ...
By Andrea Ruggieri
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Staff Spotlight: Rocky Perotto, Therapy Dog - A Furry, Gentle Soul

It was a sunny June day in 2015 when Mike Perotto, President of Bartolomeo & Perotto showed up to our daily morning meeting with a jubilant, blonde fluffball of fur at his side announcing that ...
By Andrea Ruggieri
Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Art of Balance with Grief

“The need of mourning requires us to embrace the pain of our loss—is something we naturally don’t want to do.  It is easier to avoid, repress, or deny the pain of grief than it is to confront ...
By Andrea Piccone
Thursday, December 28, 2017

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STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Norm Gerhard, Funeral Assistant & Scoutmaster

Norm!  In true Cheers fashion we exuberantly call his name as Norm Gerhard strolls in the funeral home door. Yes, we do have our fun at the funeral home where appropriate! Norm is one of our ...

John Harnischfeger, Funeral Assistant, Driver & Powerlifter

The stories behind the people that come to work at Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home are quite intriguing. Really! There are some fascinating stories. Who knew we would have a State and Nationa...

Rejuvenation

Spring is a gratifying time of year. It promises the beginning of warmer weather, new life and rejuvenation. With refreshed energy and a sense of possibility, Spring offers hope for restoration in ...

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Debbie Valle, Funeral Assistant, Flower Runner & Grandmother

We are blessed by the extended team we have working here at Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home. Our outer ring staff are an invaluable mainstay and frankly many of them may be just as recognizab...

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Bob Scarciotta, Funeral Assistant & Driver

Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home employs many different people for many different jobs that are not only vital to the success of our business, but more so for serving our families to the best ...

Staff Spotlight: Rocky Perotto, Therapy Dog - A Furry, Gentle Soul

It was a sunny June day in 2015 when Mike Perotto, President of Bartolomeo & Perotto showed up to our daily morning meeting with a jubilant, blonde fluffball of fur at his side announcing that ...

The Art of Balance with Grief

“The need of mourning requires us to embrace the pain of our loss—is something we naturally don’t want to do.  It is easier to avoid, repress, or deny the pain of grief than it is to confront ...