Our Beautiful Facility

Every day we hear this from families and their guests..... “I've never seen a funeral home this beautiful”.

Exterior View - Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home

Prior to building our funeral home in 1998, we spent over two years studying funeral home designs and meeting with architects. We concluded that none of the existing designs were up to our standards and so we took on the task of designing a completely new type of funeral home. The result is a funeral home that sets a new standard for Greece, Rochester and the surrounding area.

Some of the things our families and guests enjoy are...

Expansive Foyer – Our entrance extends a kindly welcome to all who enter. With a warm color scheme, elegant furnishings and thirty-foot vaulted ceilings, you immediately feel comfortable and at ease.

Front Foyer

Well Appointed, Flexible Rooms + Extra Wide Hallways – Our rooms are tastefully decorated and equipped with audio and visual aids. These rooms can also be easily reconfigured for the comfort of small groups or as many as 200 plus. Separating the rooms are extra wide hallways so that your guests will not be bumping into each other, which is a common problem at smaller funeral homes.

Our Chapel

Special Children's Room – A time of sorrow is particularly difficult on young children. Whereas some funeral homes imply that children should stay home, at Bartolomeo & Perotto we welcome your children and provide a special children's room full of toys, games and books to keep them busy while adults gather with friends and family. 

Ample Parking – With room for 336 vehicles, our parking lot ensures anyone wishing to visit you will be able to conveniently park their car, even with multiple services taking place simultaneously.

Butterfly Garden – Situated adjacent to our facility and overlooking Round Pond Creek, we have created a beautiful butterfly garden. This garden is the setting for our annual Monarch Butterfly release. These butterflies are released in remembrance of all our deceased family and friends, symbolizing their own re-birth.