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Located on 9 Glenridge Road with its restful surroundings, Glenville Funeral Home has provided
a full range of funeral services to Saratoga and Schenectady county residents since 1986.
As a local symbol of peace and tranquility, our compassionate staff at Glenville Funeral Home
ensures your every need, wish, and good-bye is fulfilled with love and support.
The DeMarco family has been a respected and trusted name in the Capital Region for 100 years.
Glenville Funeral Home was established in 1986 by owner and third generation funeral director, Michael E. DeMarco.
Following the footsteps of her father and ancestors, Brittany L. DeMarco, fourth generation licensed funeral director, continues to
uphold the DeMarco family's long lasting legacy and reputation of exceptional and compassionate care in the funeral industry.
Licensed Funeral Director Michael F. Mason has become an extension of the DeMarco family's tradition
of providing the families that they serve with warmth, empathy and respect while guiding them during their grieiving process.
Together, they are proud to serve the community and create a powerful goodbye for all faiths, religions, and walks of life.
Our website can help ease the process of planning a funeral.
Please browse our web pages to learn more about pre-arrangements, memorial services, and additional information on grief support.
Our facility is a 24/7 operation and is available for immediate assistance, questions or concerns.
Contact us anytime at (518) 399-1630
Glenville Funeral Home
9 Glenridge Road
Glenville, NY 12302
Tel: (518) 399-1630
Fax: (866) 576-2047
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a funeral?
A funeral is unlike any other event. In general, a funeral is a ceremony for a deceased individual prior to burial or cremation. A funeral gives the opportunity for family and friends of the deceased to gather and mourn the passing of their loved one, to share cherished memories and to honor the life. A funeral is a vital first step to help the bereaved heal after the loss of someone special.
What type of service should I have?
If no pre-arrangements have been made, the type of service is entirely up to you. Services are usually held at a funeral home or a place of worship. There is a wealth of different services, ranging from a traditional religious, or military service to something a little more non-traditional; including cremations and uniquely specialized tributes. Our dedicated funeral directors are here to explore any option with you.
Can I personalize a funeral?
Of course you can, in fact, more and more people are opting for a more non-traditional personalized service. There is no right or wrong way to celebrate somebody’s life. There are many unique ways to celebrate life, let the funeral director know exactly what your desires are and they will honor your wishes.