We are the oldest family-owned funeral home in Troy with a combined 150 years of funeral service to the community. The foundation of our business is our commitment to service our families by helping them commemorate the life of their loved one with dignity and respect.
Our goals are to provide a warm, comforting atmosphere where family and friends can gather for remembrance and consolation, to provide a high level of service to the families in the community, to attend to every request, to anticipate the needs of our families, and to facilitate a positive funeral experience by offering personalized and professional services.
Our courteous and understanding staff are always available if you ever require our assistance. Our service does not end on the day of the funeral. We provide Bereavement counseling and aftercare services to our families. You can contact us by calling (518) 235-1722 or email us as well.
Mary McLoughlin and Anthony Perniciaro
McLoughlin & Mason Funeral Home
McLoughlin & Mason Funeral Home | 8 109th Street | Troy,
NY12182 | Tel: 1-518-235-1722 | Fax:
I can’t thank Anthony Perniciaro and everyone at McLoughlin & Mason Funeral Home enough. You went above and beyond the call of duty for the services for my father, Allen M. Bailey. Every request I made was met, including the fact that my father’s burial occurred on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, the day that Winter Storm “Stella” hit New York State. In the days leading up to the storm, Anthony ensured me that we would be able to complete the burial that day if we so wished. I did not want to postpone the event; storm or no storm. I could have been told that attempting the burial that day was out of the question, with good reason. But Anthony let me make the call and we succeeded with the funeral and the burial in the midst of a major snowstorm. Everyone at M&M did their BEST to make sure that my family was transported safely to and from the funeral home, the church, and the cemetery. The burial ceremony went very smoothly given the circumstances. Anthony apologized to me that there would be no tent set up at the grave site due to the wind conditions, and so he supplied all who attended the ceremony with big umbrellas for protection. Finally, the fact that we were able to hold the burial ceremony in the snowstorm allowed me to create a memory that will be with me forever. My father introduced me to the world of music, and as a last goodbye I wanted to play a song on my guitar that he used to sing to me when I was a young boy sitting on his lap. As the snow was coming down, Anthony held an umbrella over me while I played the song. Most of New York State was shut down that day, but I was still able to honor my father as intended. I never heard the word “no”, “too cold”, “too snowy”, “too anything” from Anthony. Thank you so much Anthony and Mason & McLoughlin for an absolutely wonderful service. My family and I are truly grateful for your attention to our needs and your dedication to your practice.