Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home
For generations, family-owned Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home has
served the Milford community, providing personal service to families of all denominations.
As a full-service funeral home, we can assist with arrangements for virtually any
type of funeral. Whatever your wishes, we will assist you in seeing that they are
respected to the fullest extent. We extend a heartfelt invitation to you and your
family and friends to stop by and visit with us.
It is difficult enough to deal with the death of a loved one, without having to
sift through the seemingly endless details surrounding the funeral arrangements.
At a time like this, you need the caring, personal attention of someone who will
guide you through the arrangements - someone who will see to it that all necessary
steps are taken and every detail covered.
We designed and decorated our funeral home to have the appearance of a comfortable
welcoming home. Our warm colors, tasteful decorations and accessories add to the
allure of a beautiful retreat for you and your family. It is very important to us
that we provide you with the best care in the most comfortable and pleasing surroundings. We have several chapels of varying sizes to accommodate all requests.
We want you to feel as though you are welcoming your friends to your own home ...
In 1948, Alexander Ruggerio and Daniel Ruggerio officially opened the Ruggerio Brothers
Funeral Home at its present site on Water Street. Acquiring the home from their
mother Carmela Ruggerio. The land on which the building is located was originally
owned by the late M.F. Green who owned and operated the former M.F. Green Clothing
Store on the corner of Main and Central St.
In 1975, upon the death of Alexander Ruggerio, the name was changed to the Ruggerio
Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. in honor of the late Alexander Ruggerio. Over the years
to the present date continued renovations and expansion renovations have taken place
to accommodate the growth of our business.
In 1981, David A. Consigli, graduate of the Simmons School of Mortuary Science in
Syracuse, N.Y. became associated with Daniel Ruggerio, serving in the capacity of
funeral director and embalmer.
In 1996 David A. Consigli acquired the Ruggerio Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. and
recently changed the name to the Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home.