2010 marked the Graziano Family's 100th year in funeral service. We are proud to carry on the legacy of Joseph Graziano. It is our commitment to carry on this sacred line of work employing the principles of service, dignity, compassion and professionalism that serve as the hallmark of the Graziano reputation.
Coxe and Graziano remains an independent, family owned and operated funeral home because of Vincent Graziano's strong belief that the funeral profession should not be treated as a "business". Being a funeral director is not a 9-5 job with a five day work week, as the conglomerates have set the standard. Vincent calls to mind the diligence and dedication of his father and his grand-father and knows that a funeral director is one who is there to help a family at a moment's notice, always just a phone call away and maintains a relationship with them in the days months and years after the funeral. A third generation funeral director, Vincent Graziano is proud to keep this tradition of caring and compassion alive and is proud to know that he is passing it down to the fourth.
The Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home represents a more than 200 year combined history of funeral service. Our white Victorian home has served this community as a funeral home for over 100 years. In addition, since the turn of the 20th century the Graziano name has been associated with the funeral profession through out the 5 boroughs of New York City and has been a hallmark of excellence therein. Vincent, having carefully observed the diligence and dedication of his grandfather, father and brother, carried the family name into Westchester in 1980 and has established a close bond with Mamaroneck, Harrison, Larchmont and the surrounding communities ever since.
Vincent strongly believes in giving back to the community that opened its heart to him nearly 30 years ago. In addition to the active role he plays in various clubs and organizations, he and his staff maintain strong ties to the members of the local uniformed services.
We are most grateful in particular to the Village of Mamaroneck Police Department and the Town of Harrison Police Department for the many times they offer assistance.
Under Vincent's direction, the funeral home has undergone several expansions and renovations as part of a continued commitment to provide families with the finest service possible. As we grew in size so did we grow in reputation. We are both humbled and honored by the families who have come from near and far to select our funeral home.
Today, Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home has 3 spacious, tastefully appointed reposing rooms. A large on-premises parking facility, separate lounge area for our families and handicapped accessibility help to make our facility one of Westchester County's largest, while our lavish landscape, tastefully elegant furniture and decorum have helped to make us one of the finest. Our goal is to create an atmosphere of reverence that conveys sentiments of warmth and comfort to the families that we serve.