Masciarelli Family Funeral Homes remains committed and prepared to safely care for the families we serve in their time of loss during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our hearts go out to those affected in any way by the changes due to coronavirus. We extend our appreciation to those in the health care community and government for all they are doing not to protect us. Our prayers are with you.
We are closely monitoring the ever-changing situation and are working diligently to protect our staff, families, and communities at large.
On Thursday, March 19, 2020, Governor Baker ordered gatherings be limited to 25 people or less. The White House and CDC has now limited gatherings to 10. Following these guidelines and mandates issued by health professionals and government officials, effective immediately and until further notice, due to Governor Baker’s stay-at-home advisory and executive order on Monday, March 23 to April 7, 2020, we are limiting our memorial services to gravesides only. We feel this is the safest measure to protect the well being of our families, employees, and stakeholders. A public service can be held once restrictions on gatherings are removed. We also must advise that those who are ill and are at risk not attend any gatherings.
Rest assured that our facility is clean and safe. Even before this crisis we maintained health and safety measures designed to address a broad spectrum of viruses. Now this includes COVID-19.
This situation is changing quickly and we know there is a lot of uncertainty. We will continue to offer everything we can to the families we serve. Please know we are here for you for anything you may need. Thank you for your understanding and patience.