Why Choose Giunta-Bertucci
"Helping You Honor LIfe"
A Funeral for every families budget.
Ask about the Veteran, Police, Fireman and EMT casket dicounts as a thank you for your service!
4 large viewing rooms, large off street parking lots, handicap acess to all viewing rooms, family lounge with signature coffee and snacks.
We offer the best in funeral personalization at your request: from prayer cards, register books,memory notes, life tribute videos, memory portraits, military honors, bagpiper(s), sign language interpreter, instramentalist and vocalist, white dove release, butterfly release, eternal reefs, celestis memorial space flights, petal of memory frames and rosary beads and cremation keepsake jewelry.
We offer the most affordable caskets, vaults, urns, granite markers and bronze memorial selections. We have pricing well below any local cemetery, with no added commisions keeping us very affordable.
We have licensed certified counselors both on site and in Pittsburgh that we highly recommend to help you through your time of grief.
Any pre- funded or arranged funeral with another funeral home is transferable with no penalty. We will honor your wishes, refund any monies left over to the family, All money recieved is 100% placed with the Homesteader's Company. This guarantees all monies to be irrevocable,safe and meet all the standards of the Federal Trade Commision.
Our family considers the profession we are in a ministry, a calling to help those in need,to be the emotional support one needs at this time of great despair. It would be our honor to serve you and "HELP YOU HONOR LIFE".
JohnPaul Bertucci, FD,Suprv,Owner
Giunta-Bertucci Funeral Home has been Providing Quality and Personalized Service to the New Kensington/Arnold/Lower Burrell Community Since 1946.
Since 1946, the Giunta-Bertucci Funeral Home, Inc. has served area families with dignity and genuine concern. With one quality location in Arnold at 1509 fifth Ave, they offer a variety of funeral services to families of all faiths.
The building in Arnold was converted into a Funeral Home in 1946 by Michael A. Manzella, who operated the business for many years and then passed it on to his son-in-law & daughter, John B. Giunta, FD & Dolores (Manzella) Giunta.
In 1999 the Giunta's took on a new business partner, JohnPaul Bertucci, FD and his wife Rachele (Reighard) Bertucci. Both JohnPaul and his wife have been linked to the Allegheny Valley all their lives through family, church and organizations.