History & Staff

At Gatto funeral home we will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and the memory of your loved one. No two lives are the same and no Two funeral services should be. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: Simple, elaborate or unique. We believe a funeral service should be significant and memorable

No two lives are exactly the same, and no two funeral services should be, either. A funeral service that’s both significant and memorable should be as distinctive as the person being celebrated. It should be a service and gathering reflecting the person’s wishes, honoring and highlighting your loved one’s life. That is what all of Frank R. Gatto funeral homes live by.

Our Valued Staff

  • Frank Gatto Jr.

    Frank Gatto Jr., President/ Supervisor

    At the age of 18 I moved to Maryland to live with my uncle and work as a brick layer. Unfortunately I missed the city life and moved back in with my parents. Now jobless and looking for work, I remembered my cousin Leonard worked for a gentleman that rented limousines and hearses so I reached out to him and asked if he could help me and he did. Then I remembered I had a family friend that owned a funeral home so I called and asked if he could use any help. A few days later RP called me to work I was parking family member’s cars and bringing them back to them after the viewing. He paid the other 2 men but told me to meet him at the diner the next day to have lunch and he would pay me. So the next day as he was paying me he asked me to be his apprentice, I said “working with dead people? That scares me Hell no”!! He replied “trust me” I said “no thanks”, just pay me and you don’t have to call me again. Well, RP would not take no for an answer and the rest is history.

  • Diane Gatto

    Diane Gatto, Office Manager/ Notary