For 147 years, this funeral home has stood as a tribute to those who came before us and labored to create this city, and we at Raymond Funeral Home In Historic Norwalk pay tribute to them and their families by offering a gracious home-like atmosphere where the honor and memories of loved ones can be shared.
John Lesko, Manager of Hoyt-Cognetta Funeral Home for almost a decade, is pleased to announce he is now the owner of Norwalk's longest established funeral home, located in the center of beautiful Historic Norwalk at 5 East Wall Street.
John is a fifth generation Funeral Director and is honored to provide his continued dedication to serving Norwalk and its surrounding communities. His family began their dedication to funeral service in 1909, when they transitioned from the livery providers of carriages and hearses, to becoming licensed funeral directors. With caring dedication, from father to son, teaching the next generation the professional and caring tradition of serving families at a time of need. We are humbled and proud to be the first Sixth Generation owned Funeral Home in Connecticut. John and his staff strive for excellence when providing service, comfort and care to families at a most difficult time.
We continue the tradition today of serving the city of Norwalk and its surrounding communities with only one goal in mind: To offer uncompromising, professional and dignified service to the families in which we serve, that is second to none.
While we are not able to lessen the burden of loss, we strive to make the services we offer personalized and meaningful. The families we serve are the ones that inform us of their requirements in terms of services and time frames; we do not take it upon ourselves to pressure the family with unwanted services and goods. We believe in treating others as we would want to be treated. Throughout the years, we have developed a high level of sensitivity to the religious, ethnic and economic circumstances of all the families we serve.
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