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A Special Announcement from Concord Funeral Home

Phase II of public re-opening has been announced.
According to the Governor’s order, funeral homes are allowed to “increase capacity to permit 40% occupancy for one service at a time within the facility.”

For the Family:
Be comfortable in calling us: we will review a range of options specific to your needs. Now that we can have public visitation and services, families need to consider new procedures for these at least for the short term. The recommended protocol is to plan an hour privately at the beginning of the visitation only for those 60 years of age and older as well as for those with underlying health conditions. This will be followed by a public visitation as indicated in the newspaper and on the funeral home website.

Funeral services taking place on the following day that are expected to draw a large attendance may have to continue to be private or by invitation only. This is due to the physical distancing requirements and limited seating capacity at the funeral home and in some churches. This is a process that we need to let unfold in time. You have our assurance that we will do our best to manage each unique situation as it presents itself.

For the General Public:
Attending visiting hours and funeral services is of course greatly appreciated by the grieving family. Undoubtedly this will be a slowly revised process until we all become familiar and comfortable with ways that are different from what we took for granted just a short time ago. 
If you prefer not to attend a public service, ask someone to sign the guest book for you and to offer your condolences to the family; you can also call us, and we will pass on a message. For those who do attend, please be understanding as we work through the logistics. In some cases where there are a large number of attendees you may be requested to wait outside the funeral home within the social distancing parameters. Our staff will then invite you to enter as the space becomes available.

Please continue to use an appropriate face covering as we will have available hand sanitizers at the funeral home. These have served all of us well and will continue to do so.

Thank you for your kindness, patience, and generosity of spirit.

The caring professionals at Concord Funeral Home
Serving the Community Since 1936
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WELCOME TO CONCORD FUNERAL HOMESM

Located in the historic Depot District of Concord, Concord Funeral HomeSM is locally owned, operated and occupied since 1936. The funeral directors at Concord Funeral HomeSM are both honored and privileged to serve the families of Concord and its surrounding communities during their time of need. We provide family centered services offering all aspects of traditional funerals, burials, cremation, memorial, and life celebration tailored to each individual need. Our funeral home offers a place of warmth and solace for families, relatives and friends to gather, honor, reflect as well as celebrate the life of their loved one.

Glenn D. Burlamachi
Owner and Funeral Director
Mass. License 7582 - Type 3

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As a Life Celebration® Home, Concord Funeral HomeSM is proud to provide families with a way to create a memorable service by personalizing their loved ones funeral. Through a tasteful and unique Life Celebration® tribute, family and friends can begin the healing process by sharing their memories and a lifetime of the moments that really matter.

Thank you!

It was hard to be sad (well almost) when you made such a wonderful celebration of dad’s life We are still hearing such wonderful comments from all who attended the service.

We were overwhelmed – but in a good way!  Click here to read more testimonials.

As a Life Celebration® Home, Concord Funeral HomeSM is proud to provide families with a way to create a memorable service by personalizing their loved ones funeral. Through a tasteful and unique Life Celebration®tribute, family and friends can begin the healing process by sharing their memories and a lifetime of the moments that really matter.

"On the death of a friend, we should consider that the fates through confidence have devolved on us the task of a double living, that we have henceforth to fulfill the promise of our friend's life also, in our own, to the world."

— Henry David Thoreau

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