Cozzarelli Memorial Home
Irvine-Cozzarelli Memorial Home was founded by John Caldwell
in 1885. It was purchased by his employee, William V. Irvine, Sr.
and passed to his son, William V. Irvine, Jr. The practice was then
purchased by Mr. Irvine's employee,
James J. Cozzarelli, Jr., in 1972.
Through training, creativity and sensitivity, Mr. Cozzarelli has
been committed to balancing the preservation of the foundation
and dignity of the one-hundred-twenty five-year-old practice with the
needs of today's clients. Special attention has been paid to support
and accommodate the community's diverse ethnic and cultural
richness. The facility has been designed to envelope its guests with
visual and auditory comfort. Grief therapy programs are available
to support clients in their time of need. An increased range of
services and economic programs have been instated to allow the
opportunity to serve and support the needs of a broader clientele.
Through the steadfast management of its four visionaries,
Irvine-Cozzarelli Memorial Home has been known to its
community as a strong and significant institution. It's current
owner is an active community leader and has received numerous
accolades from civic and international organizations for
outstanding service and cultural leadership. the facility has been
the site of several cultural and civic events and has received
citations for its beauty and generosity to its guests.