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March 29, 2021 - 12:00pm


The Western New York National Cemetery is open and accepting donations of interment flags for their Avenue of Flags program. This is a stunning presentation of flags lining the lanes of the National Cemetery.

To donate your interment flag to be flown in memory and in honor of your loved one or more information contact us at (585) 344-4295 or [email protected]

Of the 143 national cemeteries in the United States, only three are participating in the Avenue of Flags program, including our own Western New York National Cemetery. Each flag is donated by the family and friends of those entitled to military honors and are flown in tribute to their loved ones and honor of those entering the cemetery.

Our funeral homes would be honored to take care of each donation and bring them to the National Cemetery, where they will stand guard for our nation’s veterans on their last journey. Only interment flags are permitted, no store-bought flags are accepted.

March 11, 2021 - 12:00pm


The Western New York National Cemetery is open and accepting donations of interment flags for their Avenue of Flags program. This is a stunning presentation of flags lining the lanes of the National Cemetery.

To donate your interment flag to be flown in memory and in honor of your loved one or more information contact us at (585) 344-4295 or [email protected]

Of the 143 national cemeteries in the United States, only three are participating in the Avenue of Flags program, including our own Western New York National Cemetery. Each flag is donated by the family and friends of those entitled to military honors and are flown in tribute to their loved ones and honor of those entering the cemetery.

Our funeral homes would be honored to take care of each donation and bring them to the National Cemetery, where they will stand guard for our nation’s veterans on their last journey. Only interment flags are permitted, no store-bought flags are accepted.

July 23, 2020 - 6:12pm
posted by Howard B. Owens in Michael Tomaszewski, H.E. Turner, news, batavia.

Press release:

In recent days, Michael S. Tomaszewski Funeral and Cremation Chapel LLC in Batavia has been accused of pre-need theft. During this unfortunate time, we would like to first and foremost like to extend our sincerest condolences to all those affected.

As a family-owned business since 1900, we consider the opportunity to serve the communities of Genesee County an absolute privilege. Our staff works diligently to provide you and your loved ones with the utmost respect and care and are humbled when we are granted the honor of doing so.

With that said, if you or a loved one held pre-need funeral arrangements with Michael S. Tomaszewski Funeral and Cremation Chapel LLC we want to help! We will assist in possible recovery of funds and can help to determine if you and your family qualify for donation of service from our funeral homes.

As lifelong residents of Genesee County, our family of funeral homes will continue to provide the highest standards for our community and we are dedicated to restoring the dignity your family deserves.

Please don’t hesitate to call – (585) 344-4295. Our lines are open 24/7 and as your neighbors, we’re here to support you through this difficult time. lease, allow us to earn your trust.

Sincerely,
Justin D. Calarco-Smith, Joshua J. Smith, Steven L. Johnson, Randy W. McIntire, James F. Smith
The Bohm-Calarco-Smith, H.E. Turner & Co. Inc., and Burdett & Sanford Family

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