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Our Experienced Staff
Each of the staff members at Fiore Funeral Home-WLB is committed to providing your family with the finest in personal care. In fact, for years, it’s been comforting for area families to know that we are available to help at any time of the day or night.
When a loved one dies, all you need to do is make one phone call. From that moment on, we’ll take on the responsibilities of the physical care of your loved one, and the emotional care of those left behind.
Please take a few minutes to get to know our staff. We’re sure you’ll find each of us to be all that you would hope for in a trusted funeral professional.
|Fred Fiore, Jr.|
Currently manages both Fiore Funeral Home locations, serving the needs of the shore community with great pride. The West Long Branch location was the first to open in 1996. In 2008, Mr. Fiore acquired a former funeral home in Ocean Township, renovated it and opened his second location to extend his services to the area with a spacious, state of the art facility.
Mr. Fiore is active in many civic organizations, where he has served in almost every capacity from secretary to president. He is a member and trustee of the Monmouth & Ocean Funeral Directors Association, as well as a member of the NJ State Funeral Directors Association.
Mr. Fiore was born, raised and educated in the Long Branch-West Long Branch areas. He graduated Shore Regional High School, West Long Branch, in 1982 before continuing on to Mercer County Community College where he earned an associates degree in business. While studying at MCCC, Mr. Fiore also served as class president, a position he held until graduating. In 1985 he graduated the MCCC School of Funeral Service Education and received his funeral director's license.
Mr. Fiore furthered his education under the supervision and guidance of Kenneth Rau and the late Robert A. Braun of the Braun Home for Funerals in Eatontown. In 1985, he joined the Worden-Hoidal Funeral Homes in Red Bank and Ocean Township where he oversaw daily operations. After dedicating 10 years to Worden-Hoidel, he opened the first of two Fiore Funeral Home locations.
|*Michelina Sorrentino Gagliano|
*Unlicensed and not qualified to make funeral arrangements, embalm or conduct funerals.