At Catholic Cemeteries of Buffalo, our professional counselors are here to guide you before, during or following your time of need. They are dedicated to making you feel comfortable and answering any questions you may have. They will never make you feel pressured or rushed. Their only goal is to make sure you understand all of your options and are satisfied with your decision. Please feel free to contact one of our counselors at any time.
“I was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and I feel extremely blessed to have worked for Catholic Cemeteries for the past 12 yrs. The families I have met continue to influence my commitment to my job and our community. In my spare time, I like to travel and enjoy playing my guitar.”
“It’s been a gratifying 10 years at Catholic Cemeteries. There’s such satisfaction and fulfillment in helping people and families in times of need. Families have said to me, “…much easier than I thought,” and for me, “…it’s been more rewarding than I could have imagined.” In my spare time, I enjoy football, kayaking, and jet skiing.
“I was raised Catholic, attended Catholic schools and had a brother that was a Catholic priest. He passed away when he was 42, which gave me have a greater appreciation for those who have lost someone. My medical background has made me a natural caregiver, and my counseling is a direct extension of that. I love my job, whether it is being with people at a difficult time, helping to solve a problem, or presenting information in a lighthearted way in order to ease the anxieties of funeral planning.” Jane Mozer firstname.lastname@example.org 716-523-1385
“Life is about much more than financial rewards, as I had come to find out 27 years ago, when I joined Catholic Cemeteries, as a Family Counselor. The difference I make in people’s lives, helping them at one of the most difficult times in their life, is exactly the right balance of life and rewarding work. To ease a burden, provide a little relief, or to bring even a smile to the families I have assisted over the years, continues to fill my heart.”
“My job as a Family Service Counselor allows me the daily opportunity to service my community, and the families within it. I consider that a tremendous gift. I have been a member and past Grand Knight (Knights of Columbus-Kenmore Council), as well as Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of, The Christmas Bash for Kids. I am a proud father, happily married man, and a devoted local sports fan (although, at times it is a very trying).”
“As a Family Services Counselor, I visit families, such as yours, to explain the services offered by Catholic Cemeteries on Catholic burial tradition. Educating people about their choices for prearrangement services, as well as for those who have an immediate family need, is very rewarding. Even though it is sometimes difficult to discuss, I really enjoy seeing the family when the process is complete and the comfort and relief they feel.”
"May the Lord bless you and keep you: May He make His face to shine upon you and be gracious to you." Numbers 6:24-25.