Located in Clifton, New Jersey
1313 Van Houten Ave, Clifton, NJ
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Located in Clifton, New Jersey
Whether it's the result of necessity or a desire to be prepared, there are many factors to consider: Will your needs and wishes be met? Do you know and trust the director? What is the firm's reputation? With such a serious matter, it's wise to get all the facts before making your selection. No one likes to be alone. When facing difficult decisions regarding funeral arrangements, it's good to know you have friendly, experienced directors ready to help make your visit to our funeral home warm and comforting.
Tom is the owner of Bizub-Quinlan and Bizub-Parker Funeral Homes. He is a second generation funeral director with over 35 years experience. He holds two BA degrees (Business, 1960 and Psychology, 1985) from Seton Hall University. His mortuary training was completed at the American Academy of Funeral Service in 1962. He is a parishioner of St. Philip the Apostle RC Church and the St. Philip Council #11671, Knight of Columbus, both of Clifton.
He is past president of the Clifton Kiwanis Club, Past President of the Passaic County Funeral Director's Association, a member of the NJ State and National Funeral Director's Associations. Tim, third generation director, has been the manager of the Van Houten Avenue office of Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home in Clifton since 1992, one year after receiving his funeral director's license.
He is a 1991 graduate of Fairleigh Dickson University with a degree in Psychology. He completed his Mortuary Education the same year at the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service. He has completed the Advanced Funeral Practitioners Program at the National Foundation of Funeral Service, as well. Tim is a parishioner of St. Philip the Apostle RC Church and the St. Philip the Apostle Council #11671, Knight of Columbus, both of Clifton.
He is a member of the Clifton Lion's Club and the Passaic County, NJ State and National Funeral Director's Toby, a third generation funeral director, is the Manager of Bizub-Parker Funeral Home of Little Falls. A licensed Funeral Director since 1988, Toby became Manager in 1996 after the retirement of longtime manager, John P Citarella.
Toby is a 1987 graduate of Franklin and Marshall College of Lancaster, PA with a BA degree in Business Management. He completed his Mortuary education at American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service of New York in 1988. Toby is a Parishioner, Lector and Eucharistic Minister at Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church in Little Falls and is a member of Our Lady of the Highway Council #3835, Knight of Columbus of Little Falls and a member of Little Falls Lodge #263, Free and Accepted Masons.
He is a also a member of the Passaic Valley Little Falls Rotary Club. Toby is a member of the Passaic County, NJ State and National Funeral Directors Associations. Ed is the Assistant Manager of Bizub-Parker Funeral Home in Little Falls. Ed has been a member of the firm since 1985. Ed is a 1981 graduate of the Funeral Service Education Program at Mercer County Community College of East Windsor, NJ and has been a licensed funeral director since 1981.
Ed is a parishioner of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church of Clifton and is a former member of the Clifton Chapter of Toastmasters International. Wayne is a funeral director at the Van Houten Avenue office Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home in Clifton. He joined the firm in 2000. Wayne received his education in Mortuary Science at American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in New York City, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2001.
He was licensed as a Funeral Director that same year. Wayne is a 1992 graduate of Montclair State University in Upper Montclair, NJ with a B.S. degree in Finance. He was employed in Mortgage Banking for most of his career before entering Funeral Service.
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