Blog Archives


Meet Kota: Long Island’s First Funeral Comfort Canine

Here at Moloney Family Funeral Homes, we realize many people walk through the doors of our Long Island facilities feeling sad, stressed, and overwhelmed. Owners Daniel and Peter Moloney and the rest of our caring staff make every effort to create a warm, welcoming environment so families are as relaxed as possible when planning a […]

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Announcing Our Refreshed Blog!

Welcome to the relaunch of Moloney Family Funeral Homes blog! If this is your first time stopping by, we hope you’ll spend some time getting to know us, including the many ways we can serve families in Lake Ronkonkoma, Holbrook, Central Islip, Port Jefferson Station, Bohemia, Center Moriches, or Hauppauge families. We’re so excited about the […]

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Live Healthy, Family Style

Everyone knows how important it is to eat nutritiously and exercise regularly. However it can be difficult to make life adjustments without accountability partners to help you on your journey. This spring, get active as a family or with friends. Implement family or group workouts into your routine. Jog, hike, hit the gym or take […]

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Memorialize Your Loved One with Creative Designs

Pay tribute to your loved one with memorial jewelry and monuments. Our funeral home is constantly creating new ways to honor and celebrate a life. Traditional urns can be engraved with meaningful verses or photographs to reflect how a loved one lived. Family and friends can have keepsake jewelry made with the imprint of a […]

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Listen and Love: Helping Friends Cope with Grief

When someone has experienced a loss, it can be difficult to know how to help. Everyone deals with grief differently. Some people want to talk about it, others need to cry, and some show no emotion at all. Experts say the best thing you can do is listen. Mourners do not want advice at a […]

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The History of “Amazing Grace”

You know the lyrics but do you know the story behind the iconic hymn? The English poet John Newton published “Amazing Grace” in 1779. The song about forgiveness and God’s mercy was written out of personal experience. John grew up without any specific religious conviction, but his life’s path eventually led him into the service […]

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