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  • A
    Rockland Assembly
    AMAZING! I am so so thrilled with what a great job the Rockland Assembly team did! John and his crew were so pleasant to deal with and I wouldn't hesitate to hire them again. They did the job well and got all three projects done in one day, even though it took many many hours. They were professional, courteous, and so skilled and efficient. They made sure to communicate well with me to make sure I was happy as a customer. John even lowered the price on one of the projects because when he did it he realized it was simpler than he originally thought. I had to wait a few weeks for their services because of the weather and scheduling conflicts, but definitely worth the long wait!! I'm a very satisfied customer! I highly recommend this company!
    - Esther E.
  • F
    I am writing this review so try to prevent a re occurrence for another family. My grandparents and two uncles have all been buried from this funeral home. The previous funerals were all dealt with professionally so my recent experience was very disturbing. My aunt passed away from a long illness. She was my mother's younger sister and the family was very close. She was almost a third grandmother to my grown children and niece. She never had grandchildren so she was very close to them. My only first cousin is like an aunt to them. Because of health issues and the over 650 mile distance, my parents were unable to attend the funeral. My sister was taking care of her aging mother-in-law in BC, Canada and also could not attend. Funerals are too stressful for my autistic son to handle with emotions running high and the unstructured time spent grieving. Life with someone with autism is different and to help my son process the death of his biggest fan, he asked for a picture of my aunt laid out. It was difficult to imagine but even when I talked to my cousin about this odd request, before the viewing, she understood how important this was to him and that my aunt would have laughed about it because she loved my son and "got" him. So my husband, my son and his fiance and I were the only family present to support my cousin. We went to the funeral home a little bit early to try to get the picture before other non-family mourners arrived because it was so difficult and I did not want to have to explain. The staff that greeted us were very professional when I explained the need for a picture but the salesman/director, Angel, was far from compassionate. He told me that my cousin was to be the first person to see my aunt and only after that was I permitted in the room. I understood the reason for this but as others were already arriving, knew time was short. I asked him if he could take the picture with my phone because I did not want to do this with a crowd of people there. He refused. My cousin was actually 5 minutes later than the announced time for the viewing so after she had her private moments, he invited everyone to come into the room. So I had to wade through people to even get to the casket and there was a bit of judgment from a number of people present. While I don't care what they think, it made it more difficult for me to meet the needs of my child and myself. Instead of being supported during my time of grief, Angel, made it more difficult. I talked to the friends of my aunt who had watched me grow up as I spent many summers with my aunt and uncle. They told me how much my son's frequent visits had filled my aunt with joy. After the service in the viewing room the following day, Angel suggested that my younger son and I should leave to allow the family to say their last goodbyes. I told him, we were the only other family besides her daughter there. We went to the cemetery and after the priest gave the final blessing, Angel announced that everyone was to place the flower they had been given on the casket. He called my cousin and her husband. Then he apparently just ran through the obituary despite knowing there was little family there. He named my mother and father, and like the hostess at a restaurant, repeated the names expectantly looking for them. I told him health issues prevented their attendance and my family was representing them. Then he named my husband and I and since we had already placed our roses, did not go up again. He repeated my name. He then named my sister and her husband, my autistic son, my younger son who did get up with his fiance, then my niece and the aunt and nieces on the other side, who also could not make the trip due to health issues. Every time no one moved, he repeated the names which underscored how alone my cousin seemed. While she knew the circumstance it caused both of us more pain. I just kept telling her that she was not alone. Her friends also repeated that. Because of this charade of naming missing family members, I was subjected to more pain at the luncheon after the burial. Most of the people were close family friends but not all. One of the women who had come to the cemetery but who obviously did not know my aunt or cousin well, started gossiping. I was on the farthest seat from her on the other side of the room but she spoke loudly enough that I heard her say. " I thought Jan and her sister were close. Why wasn't she here.?" No one answered her so she repeated that question and then asked where were the nieces and great nephews who were supposedly so close. I ended up getting up and speaking directly to her. She told me no one seemed present at graveside. Angel's callousness and indifference again caused me a great deal of pain. I had come to not only bid farewell to my aunt but I was also there to insure the love of family did not die with my aunt. Angel undermined that. It's unforgivable.
    - Juliann P. M.
  • F
    Mahwah Movers LLC
    First part was fine, they needed a second truck and supplied at no extra charge. But when it came time to move out of storage they pushed it off, came late, didnt have everything, and had to come back to finish assembling everything. They lost over $2,000 worth of stuff, not little items, big stuff that cant get lost. 200 pound generator, large backpack leafblower, dyson upright vacuum cleaner, 6 foot stepladder, and a large kitchenaid mixer. At first they were responsive and said they will take care of it right away. Kept on saying they will send settlement next wwek and then they stopped responding. Upon researching i see that the govt put a stop work on their business before the final move which means they moved me illegally.
    - efraim g.
  • A
    I would recommend this company again.  They were able to come the same day I called.  They quickly diagnosed the problems and corrected them.  They were professional and quick.  Everythings worked well since. 
    - Donna C.
  • B
    Refuah Health Center
    Their facility is very nice, and it's easy to get an appointment. I really like that I generally don't have to wait more than 10-20 minute to be called. What I really do no like abt this place is the doctors and service they provide. Since it is a clinic you get treated like a number, besides for delivering your baby they will not go out of their way to make you feel comfortable in any way.
    - yoel f.
  • A
    Spring Valley Wireless
    This is a densely populated area and they have huge Verizon stores, not even two miles down the road, local malls within 5 miles and smaller shops.  I have unlimited basic plan.  I never had any trouble.  My experience has been excellent.  I only pay for the cell phone and I have a great plan, since I started the plan years ago.  I haven't had any problems.  They have a lot of 1800 numbers in the phone book and when I have a problem, they have someone 24/7.  They were very punctual when I needed them 2 or 3 times.  I would definitely use them.
    - marianne m.
  • D
    Things were going great until after my youngest daughter was buried and then responses from this funeral home were practically non-existence.  It took a month for them to send me the death certifcate and when I finally got it,the  DATE WAS WRONG!!! (Don't  they  even check the paperwork?) My daughter died August 29.  It is now November 20 and I still don't have the certificate which of course prevents me for applying for my daughter's life insurance.  The funeral was already paid on a credit card. I keep getting the run around from the funeral home. The owner doesn't even have the professional courtesy to return my calls or my other daughter's.  I am 88 years old, lost my younger daughter and don't need this aggravation.
    - HELEN R.
  • F
    DO NOT work for them, unless you want to volunteer.
    Potential clients, PLEASE consider the lack of integrity of this company, unless you want to be involved in scamming people.  This man cannot be trusted to pay his own contractors.  Why would anyone want to do business with them.
    I worked there for four months.  It took months to get paid for some of my time, but now, in November 2012, I'm still waiting for a payment from June 2012.
    - Michele T.
  • C
    I call them and they come out on an appointed basis. They do their investigation and check everything out. They fix everything on the spot. Their prices are outrageous, though. I will continue to use them in the future as I do not have a choice.
    - Helen .
  • A
    Home Court Hoops
    - Eric P.
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