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McGoldrick Funeral Home was originally established around 1900 in rented rooms in the Foy Building on Old York Road by Joseph J. McGoldrick, who then constructed the first funeral home in that area built for that purpose at 713 West Avenue and Johnson Street. In 1926, the business was moved to a facility at Summit and Cedar Street. Mr. McGoldrick owned and operated the funeral home until his death in 1933, at which time, his daughter, Anne took over the management of the firm and became a licensed funeral director in 1936. In 1949, her brother, also named Joseph J. McGoldrick, joined his sister in the operation, and in 1956 they moved the funeral home to its current location at 507 West Avenue. Joseph became the sole proprietor upon his mother’s death in 1959. In 1975, the grandson of the founder, Thomas M. McGoldrick joined the firm, and when his father died in 2013, he became the sole proprietor. Tom McGoldrick was one of seven children of parents Joseph J. and Delores McGoldrick, but was the only one that joined his father in the business.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 






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