Find A Cemetery | Local Cemeteries We Recommend
A Listing of Local Cemeteries That We Work With
At Sisto Funeral Home we have years of experience working with local cemeteries in the New York City area and are ready to help the families of this community find a cemetery that suits their needs. In some cases, the family has a pre-determined plot at a specific cemetery or has elected to use our funeral pre planning services to make the burial decisions in advance. Whatever you and your family decide, we are here to provide helpful resources, guidance and the highest level of compassionate care. We want to help your family find the right resting place for your deceased loved one.
Below you will find a list of our trusted community cemeteries that have been consistently helping us serve families for many years. It is important to note that some cemeteries have certain restrictions and all have varying prices. We encourage you to give us a call if you have any questions or concerns about our Bronx burial services or a specific cemetery.
Calverton National Cemetery
This cemetery is dedicated to those who have served our country in the armed forces. Burial in this cemetery is open to any veteran who meets the required conditions of minimum active duty and any predeceased family members.
Gate Of Heaven Cemetery
One of New York’s oldest cemeteries, Gate of Heaven is home to many of the cities most notable citizens. Stretching over 6o acres, this burial ground is the final resting place of Yankee great George Herman “Babe” Ruth.
This non-sectarian cemetery is located in Westchester County, New York and has been around for over a century. Ferncliffe is renowned for its beauty and customized internment options.
Kensico Cemetery is also located in Westchester County and has frontage of about one mile on the railroad track with a gradual ascent to the highest point of land between Tarrytown and Long Island Sound.
Mount Hope Cemetery
Mount Hope overlooks the historic and peaceful valleys of the Saw Mill River, with glimpses of the Palisades beyond the Hudson River.
Rose Hill Memorial Park
Rose Hills is another non-sectarian option incorporated in 1936 and does include the King David Cemetery for those of the Jewish faith.
Saint Raymond's Cemetery
St. Raymond’s is the only Catholic Cemetery in the Bronx and is one of the busiest cemeteries in the entire country with nearly 4000 people being buried there each year. The cemetery provides in ground burials, in-ground crypt burials, mausoleum burials and more.
Recently celebrating their 150th anniversary, Woodlawn is a national historic landmark and is home to some of the nation’s most accomplished individuals.