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Kevin J. Strizziere Sr.
Kevin Strizziere Sr. is a third generation Funeral Director at Volpe Funeral Home. His grandfather, Michael S. Volpe pioneered the family business and inspired him to later become a Funeral Director himself. After graduating from Norristown High School, Kevin went on to earn a degree in Mortuary Science from Northampton Community College. He takes pride in his prominent role at Volpe Funeral Home as Owner and Operator and has been involved in the business for over 25 years. Kevin is an active participant in fundraising and works to support various charities in the Local community. In his spare time Kevin enjoys spending time with his four children, as well as riding his motorcycles, fishing, and golfing.
Kevin J. Strizziere Jr.
Kevin Strizziere Jr, is a 4th generation funeral director at Volpe Funeral home. He is a proud graduate of Kennedy-Kendrick High School and Northampton Community College, presently holding a degree in Mortuary Science. Kevin is a vital part of the funeral home operation, as he takes part in all funeral home administrative and creative tasks and is always seeking a high level of satisfaction from families. First and foremost, Kevin takes great pride in providing families with a sense of comfort during such a difficult time in their life. In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing hockey on the Police and Fire ice hockey team, which is dedicated to Plymouth Police officer Brad Fox. He boasts an active role in the community by being the Captain of East Norriton Fire Company and also a volunteer Fireman with Center Square Fire Company, located in Blue Bell Pa.
Nicholas C. Strizziere
Nicholas C. Strizziere is a recent graduate of the NorthHampton Community College Funeral Service Education Program (2015). Nick aspires to serve the families of Montgomery County at Volpe Funeral Home, as part of the fourth generation of funeral directors in his family. As a funeral director, Nick feels that it is his obligation and honor to provide both professional guidance, as well as personal and compassionate support during the most difficult time for families. In his free time, Nick remains a part of the local community while still supporting Methacton High School’s baseball team, as well as being the second baseman for the Lansdale Tigers in the Perkiomen Valley Twilight League.