We receive many letters from the families we've served, thanking us for our caring ways during their time of loss. Their words warm our hearts, and speak to you of our professionalism, compassion, and the true value of the services we provide.

  • Nick C

    December 09, 2017

    The Halvey's new facility is absolutely breathtaking. Helpful and professional, the Halvey family is compassionate and incredibly detail oriented. They make the process easy and as painless as possible. Their staff is caring and their rates are extremely reasonable and competitive with other homes. Beacon is very lucky to have them! Read more

  • Dan M

    December 09, 2017

    After the passing of my father in-law we found great comfort in the care and service provided by the Halveys. Compassionate, considerate, professional, friendly and focussed are just a few of the many positive words we would use to describe our experience. Read more

  • James B

    December 09, 2017

    Halvey Funeral Home is a caring professional family business. Read more

  • Laura H

    December 09, 2017

    Patrick Halvey just handled all the arrangements for my mother. Every detail was handled beautifully and flawlessly. Many of our friends commented on how lovely each ceremony was. Plus, Patrick is not only a wonderful professional, but he is a caring person. My entire large family wants to thank you. Read more

  • Susan E. MacDonald

    November 13, 2017

    I attended the Open House, & came away most impressed. My family has dealt with your family for at least two generations (it may well be more, I'm going by my age there). I applaud your promise of personalized service, as well as bringing up topics which formerly weren't discussed. For example in my work experience as well as having attended many Office for the Aging (& former SFH) Caregiving Seminars, there has arisen the "40/70" rule. What that means is many of us are members of the "Sandwich Generation" (a term which my fellow Beacon High Alumna Victoria Barrett-Gregory coined when she taught at the annual Caregiver seminars) caring for families as well as parents & other older relatives. When a younger person is age 40 or thereof & the elder is age 70 or thereof, a discussion NEEDS to happen in the event of a catastrophic & stressful situation. That way, everyone's wishes are met as well as respected. Perhaps you will be able to offer seminars on this. I think your new facility can go far in making those types of discussions happen! Based upon service "through the ages", I give you five stars. . . ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ & the new facility will take you ever higher! Read more