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For over 109 years, the white house on 65th Street and Metropolitan Avenue has been a prominent site. We are talking about the Hess - Miller Funeral Home.

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    September 23, 2020
    Denise Maynor
    Visitation Wednesday 9/23/2020 6pm to 9 pm Interment L.I. National Cemetery
    September 22, 2020
    Gertrude Stritzel
    Visitation Tuesday 9/22/2020 6pm to 9pm Funeral Service Wednesday 9/23/2020 11:30 am followed by Cremation at Fresh pond Crematory Middle Village NY
    September 27, 2020
    Lucy F Wilk
    Visitation Sunday 9/27/2020 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. Funeral Service Monday 9/28/2020 9:30 a.m. Interment to follow at Calverton National Cemetery.
    September 25, 2020
    Paul Lukowitsch
    Funeral Service Friday 9/25/2020 1:00 p.m. At All Faiths Cemetery.
    September 25, 2020
    James D Rauchett
    Visitation Friday 9/25/2020 6 PM to 9 PM Followed by Cremation at Fresh Pond Crematory
    September 29, 2020
    Lee Fontana Bobrow
    Funeral Service Tuesday 9/29/2020 1 PM at St John Cemetery Entombment to Follow
    September 28, 2020
    Louis Caracci
    Funeral Service Monday 9/28/2020 9 AM Followed by Cremation at fresh Pond Crematory
    October 01, 2020
    Carmen Fuentes
    Visitation Thursday 10/1/2020 2-5 pm Funeral Friday 10/2/2020 9:30 am Interment All Faith Cemetery Middle Village NY
    October 02, 2020
    Joseph P Nicolosi
    Visitation Friday 10/2/2020 6:00 - 9;00 p.m. Funeral Saturday 10/3/2020 Cremation Fresh Pond Crematory.
  • Denise Maynor September 23, 2020
  • Gertrude Stritzel September 22, 2020
  • Lucy F Wilk September 27, 2020
  • Paul Lukowitsch September 25, 2020
  • James D Rauchett September 25, 2020
  • Lee Fontana Bobrow September 29, 2020
  • Louis Caracci September 28, 2020
  • Carmen Fuentes October 01, 2020
  • Joseph P Nicolosi October 02, 2020

For over 109 years, the white house on 65th Street and Metropolitan Avenue has been a prominent site. We are talking about the Hess - Miller Funeral Home. When it was first erected in 1902, it was to be the summer cottage of Borough President of Queens, Martin Major. In 1920, John S. Miller took ownership and made it his home and place of business. In fact, he made it one of the first funeral home s with viewing chapels.

During the late 40's, Mr Arthur E. Hess went into business with Mr. Miller and hence, the name Hess - Miller came to be. The Hess- Miller Funeral Home saw many changes during those years to the present. In 1982, Mr. Anthony J. Martino and family purchased Hess-Miller. Since that time, we have strived to maintain its well-known integrity and quality and, at the same time, add our own measure of experience.The Martino Family has and will always strive to perform the best possible service in a manner we can be proud of. We are also proud to have the opportunity to serve and be members of this community.

After a long history the Martino Family continues to grow. David L. Martino wants to make sure that his family history continues to perform its excellent service in its industries. By making sure everything runs smoothly and that all aspects of the proper funeral are met. We are here to help.

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