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Biondi Funeral Home

540 Franklin Avenue
Nutley, NJ 07110
(973) 661-2800
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Harrison Pucci Funeral Home

540 Franklin Avenue
Nutley, NJ 07110
(973) 667-3131
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267 Centre Street
Nutley, NJ 07110
(973) 667-2300
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Brothers file lawsuit against funeral homes that cremated their NJ mother by accident, then lost her ashes - New York Daily News

Monday, March 06, 2017

The funeral businesses — two in New York and one in New Jersey — somehow misplaced the woman’s body after brothers Emilio and Juan Irizarry initially brought their mom to the Biondi Funeral Home in Nutley, N.J. The brothers, unhappy with the arrangements, decided to relocate the wake and funeral to the R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home in Brooklyn. First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan was hired to transport the body for the March 28 wake, the Bronx Supreme Court lawsuit charged.Consuelo Rivera died March 22 and was cremated without permission five days later.(Handout) A post-mortem mix-up led to an Easter Sunday phone call from the Manhattan company with the news that Consuelo had been accidentally cremated a day earlier.BRONX FUNERAL HOME PUTS WRONG BODY IN CASKET When the family pressed all three funeral homes for answers, none were forthcoming, said attorney Michael Lamonsoff. “They were dismissive, evasive and disrespectful,” said Lamonsoff. “The remains of Consuelo remain missing, and the heartbroken and bewildered family is unable to say their final goodbyes.” The distraught sons followed a trail to the Rosemont Crematorium in Elizabeth, N.J., where the director presented the grieving family with somebody else’s ashes. The same bizarre scenario was repeated when the family returned to First Avenue and again received the wrong remains, the lawsuit, filed in Bronx Supreme Court, charges. “Our clients have been treated with callousness and disrespect ... and stupidness,” said Lamonsoff. “They went to great lengths for their mother to get a proper wake and burial. They never intended for her to be cremated.” The lawsuit named Biondi Funeral Home, First Avenue Funeral Services and R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home. All three expressed sympathy for the family’s ordeal without taking responsibility. “I totally understand their situation and I sympathize with them, but as of now there's really nothing I can say,” said First Avenue funeral director Terry Filipoussis.First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan called the Irizarrys to tell them their mother had somehow been cremated.(Richard Harbus/for New York Daily News) Brooklyn funeral home owner Michael Ortiz pointed the finger at the Manhattan business. “We never gave t...

Sons of N.J. woman cremated by accident file suit - New York Daily News

Sunday, June 19, 2016

The funeral businesses — two in New York and one in New Jersey — somehow misplaced the woman’s body after brothers Emilio and Juan Irizarry initially brought their mom to the Biondi Funeral Home in Nutley, N.J.The brothers, unhappy with the arrangements, decided to relocate the wake and funeral to the R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home in Brooklyn.First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan was hired to transport the body for the March 28 wake, the Bronx Supreme Court lawsuit charged.Consuelo Rivera died March 22 and was cremated without permission five days later.(Handout)A post-mortem mix-up led to an Easter Sunday phone call from the Manhattan company with the news that Consuelo had been accidentally cremated a day earlier.BRONX FUNERAL HOME PUTS WRONG BODY IN CASKETWhen the family pressed all three funeral homes for answers, none were forthcoming, said attorney Michael Lamonsoff.“They were dismissive, evasive and disrespectful,” said Lamonsoff. “The remains of Consuelo remain missing, and the heartbroken and bewildered family is unable to say their final goodbyes.”The distraught sons followed a trail to the Rosemont Crematorium in Elizabeth, N.J., where the director presented the grieving family with somebody else’s ashes.The same bizarre scenario was repeated when the family returned to First Avenue and again received the wrong remains, the lawsuit, filed in Bronx Supreme Court, charges.“Our clients have been treated with callousness and disrespect ... and stupidness,” said Lamonsoff. “They went to great lengths for their mother to get a proper wake and burial. They never intended for her to be cremated.”The lawsuit named Biondi Funeral Home, First Avenue Funeral Services and R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home. All three expressed sympathy for the family’s ordeal without taking responsibility.“I totally understand their situation and I sympathize with them, but as of now there's really nothing I can say,” said First Avenue funeral director Terry Filipoussis.First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan called the Irizarrys to tell them their mother had somehow been cremated.(Richard Harbus/for New York Daily News)Brooklyn funeral home owner Michael Ortiz pointed the finger at the Manhattan business.“We never gave them p...

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Brothers file lawsuit against funeral homes that cremated their NJ mother by accident, then lost her ashes - New York Daily News

Monday, March 06, 2017

The funeral businesses — two in New York and one in New Jersey — somehow misplaced the woman’s body after brothers Emilio and Juan Irizarry initially brought their mom to the Biondi Funeral Home in Nutley, N.J. The brothers, unhappy with the arrangements, decided to relocate the wake and funeral to the R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home in Brooklyn. First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan was hired to transport the body for the March 28 wake, the Bronx Supreme Court lawsuit charged.Consuelo Rivera died March 22 and was cremated without permission five days later.(Handout) A post-mortem mix-up led to an Easter Sunday phone call from the Manhattan company with the news that Consuelo had been accidentally cremated a day earlier.BRONX FUNERAL HOME PUTS WRONG BODY IN CASKET When the family pressed all three funeral homes for answers, none were forthcoming, said attorney Michael Lamonsoff. “They were dismissive, evasive and disrespectful,” said Lamonsoff. “The remains of Consuelo remain missing, and the heartbroken and bewildered family is unable to say their final goodbyes.” The distraught sons followed a trail to the Rosemont Crematorium in Elizabeth, N.J., where the director presented the grieving family with somebody else’s ashes. The same bizarre scenario was repeated when the family returned to First Avenue and again received the wrong remains, the lawsuit, filed in Bronx Supreme Court, charges. “Our clients have been treated with callousness and disrespect ... and stupidness,” said Lamonsoff. “They went to great lengths for their mother to get a proper wake and burial. They never intended for her to be cremated.” The lawsuit named Biondi Funeral Home, First Avenue Funeral Services and R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home. All three expressed sympathy for the family’s ordeal without taking responsibility. “I totally understand their situation and I sympathize with them, but as of now there's really nothing I can say,” said First Avenue funeral director Terry Filipoussis.First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan called the Irizarrys to tell them their mother had somehow been cremated.(Richard Harbus/for New York Daily News) Brooklyn funeral home owner Michael Ortiz pointed the finger at the Manhattan business. “We never gave t...

Sons of N.J. woman cremated by accident file suit - New York Daily News

Sunday, June 19, 2016

The funeral businesses — two in New York and one in New Jersey — somehow misplaced the woman’s body after brothers Emilio and Juan Irizarry initially brought their mom to the Biondi Funeral Home in Nutley, N.J.The brothers, unhappy with the arrangements, decided to relocate the wake and funeral to the R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home in Brooklyn.First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan was hired to transport the body for the March 28 wake, the Bronx Supreme Court lawsuit charged.Consuelo Rivera died March 22 and was cremated without permission five days later.(Handout)A post-mortem mix-up led to an Easter Sunday phone call from the Manhattan company with the news that Consuelo had been accidentally cremated a day earlier.BRONX FUNERAL HOME PUTS WRONG BODY IN CASKETWhen the family pressed all three funeral homes for answers, none were forthcoming, said attorney Michael Lamonsoff.“They were dismissive, evasive and disrespectful,” said Lamonsoff. “The remains of Consuelo remain missing, and the heartbroken and bewildered family is unable to say their final goodbyes.”The distraught sons followed a trail to the Rosemont Crematorium in Elizabeth, N.J., where the director presented the grieving family with somebody else’s ashes.The same bizarre scenario was repeated when the family returned to First Avenue and again received the wrong remains, the lawsuit, filed in Bronx Supreme Court, charges.“Our clients have been treated with callousness and disrespect ... and stupidness,” said Lamonsoff. “They went to great lengths for their mother to get a proper wake and burial. They never intended for her to be cremated.”The lawsuit named Biondi Funeral Home, First Avenue Funeral Services and R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home. All three expressed sympathy for the family’s ordeal without taking responsibility.“I totally understand their situation and I sympathize with them, but as of now there's really nothing I can say,” said First Avenue funeral director Terry Filipoussis.First Avenue Funeral Services of Manhattan called the Irizarrys to tell them their mother had somehow been cremated.(Richard Harbus/for New York Daily News)Brooklyn funeral home owner Michael Ortiz pointed the finger at the Manhattan business.“We never gave them p...