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9 Holmes Ave.
Waterbury, CT 06710
Phone: (203) 753 - 5112
270 West Main St.
Waterbury, CT 06702
Phone: (203) 754 - 3123
201 Meadow St.
Naugatuck, CT 06770
Phone: (203) 729 - 2253
615 Main St.
Cheshire, CT 06410
Phone: (203) 272 - 7209
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LICENSED STAFF All of our licensed
directors adhere to the highest standard of ethical practices and are
committed to ensuring that all of your needs are attended to. Their
commitment to the community and genuine compassion toward families are
but a few of the characteristics that make them outstanding in their
All of our licensed directors adhere to the highest standard of ethical practices and are committed to ensuring that all of your needs are attended to. Their commitment to the community and genuine compassion toward families are but a few of the characteristics that make them outstanding in their field.
|Daniel Ford, Executive Vice-President|
Dan attended Holy Cross High School in Waterbury and graduated from Naugatuck High School in 1992. Twelve days after graduation, Dan’s passion for funeral service led him to mortuary school in Dedham, MA. He Graduated from The New England Institute at Mount Ida College in Massachusetts with an associate’s degree in science. He served his apprenticeship at the former Tomlinson Funeral Homes in Danbury and New Fairfield.
In 1997 Dan returned to Alderson’s and later attended Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury where he studied Fire Science. He received the Eagle Scout award as a member of Troop 102 in Naugatuck.
Dan is a former employee of Medstar Ambulance/American Medical Response of Waterbury, a past member of the Naugatuck Volunteer Ambulance Corp. where he served as Lieutenant and President and was a member of the Naugatuck Volunteer Fire Company. After many years of volunteering Dan was hired as a career firefighter in the Naugatuck Fire Department in 1997 and after 11 years of service retired in October of 2008. Dan was and still remains to be an active member of the Naugatuck Firefighters Local 1219. He has served as Union Vice-President and as Co-Chairman of the Firefighters “Toys for Kids” annual Christmas toy drive to benefit less fortunate children in the Naugatuck and Beacon Falls areas and was named as the Naugatuck Firefighter of the Year in 2007. After taking a few years off from fire service, Dan joined the Cheshire Fire Department where he currently hold the rank of Lieutenant. He is active with the department serving as Chairman of the Membership Committee; Training Department Associate; as well as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee. Through the department, Dan has been involved with numerous fundraisers for Cheshire Human Services, and the CT Chapter of MDA.
He is a member of the Naugatuck B.P.O.E. 967 Lodge of Elks and a past Board Member of the Naugatuck Chapter of the American Red Cross. Dan has coached Little League Baseball at both Peter J. Foley and Union City Little Leagues in Naugatuck. He is a member of the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association where he has served as Treasurer and President. He is also a member of the Visiting Advisory Board for the New England Institute of Mortuary Science at Mount Ida College in Dedham, MA.
In the past Dan has been involved with the Greater Waterbury Relay for Life benefiting the American Cancer Society. Dan has co-chaired the registration for the relay and is the past chairman of corporate sponsorship for the event. He is a member of the Cheshire Exchange Club; a former Board Member for the Cheshire Chamber of Commerce as well as a communicant of St. Thomas Becket Church in Cheshire.
Dan heads up the pre-arrangement division for the Alderson, Slater and Mulville Funeral Homes and was named Executive Vice President of the company in July of 2008. He is recognized as a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner through the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice.
Dan and his wife Danielle, have two children Ryan and Emma. They currently reside in the town of Cheshire.
|William T. Moriarty, Licensed Funeral Director|
William “Bill” T. Moriarty was born in Waterbury, CT a son of William J. and Donna (Fredsall) Moriarty. He is a 1998 graduate of St. Margaret’s Grammar School and is a 2002 graduate of Holy Cross High School. Bill enrolled at Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts and graduated with a degree in Funeral Service in 2006. He served his internship at The Alderson Funeral Homes where he has been employed since 2000 and has remained on the staff after becoming a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Bill is a member of, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elk’s Lodge # 265. He is an active participant in the Special Olympics Penguin Plunge. Bill’s hobbies include fishing and golfing. Bill resides in Waterbury, CT.
|Allison Marino, Funeral Director|
Allison "Ally" Marino grew up in Waterbury. She graduated from the Waterbury Arts Magnet School in 2009 and shortly after, began attending Briarwood College (now Lincoln College of New England), in pursuit of her dream; helping people within our communities. Ally brings several years of funeral service experience, and is young and eager to offer comfort, care and compassion as well as offer new perspectives on helping and aiding today’s generation through grieving processes.
Ally currently lives in Terryville with her fiancee, Brian Bentley, and stepdaughter, Emily. Her hobbies include watching movies, reading, spending time with her family, cooking, taking long walks and snuggling with her cat, Phoenix.
Ally's goals for the future include; serving our families with the utmost care and respect, obtaining her Certified Funeral Service Practitioner title through the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practices, (this distinction is indicative of the completion of specified academic and professional programs that improve the standards of funeral practice) as well as becoming a Certified Preneed Consultant.
|Edward Conway, Licensed Funeral Director|
Edward G. Conway was born in Waterbury, CT, the eldest son of Edward T. and Maureen G. Conway.
Ed was raised in Naugatuck and is a 1981 graduate of Naugatuck High School. He is a veteran of The United States Air Force, having served six years of active duty with assignments around the world. Ed was also employed by UTC Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, in Cheshire CT and achieved 24 years of service before the Cheshire plant closing. Always having an interest in funeral service and a desire to serve those in need, Ed attended Briarwood College (now known as Lincoln College of New England) in Southington, CT. He graduated with a degree in Mortuary Science (Magna cum Laude). While at Lincoln College, Ed achieved the Dean’s List for honors, membership in the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and was named in the 2010 Who's Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges. He completed both his Funeral Service Internship and Apprenticeship here at Alderson Funeral Homes Inc.
Ed’s community involvement has included volunteer service to the Waterbury Hospital, Naugatuck (Volunteer) Ambulance, the Civil Air Patrol (Connecticut Wing Headquarters and Waterbury Squadron), Overlook (Waterbury) Little League Baseball, Jimmy Fund Telethons, Church Trustee and Church Treasurer.
He is a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elk’s Lodge #265 (Waterbury), The American Legion, Corporal. Frank Coyle Post #1 of Waterbury, and the Metacon Gun Club of Simsbury.
Ed’s hobbies include reading, salt water fishing, swimming, target shooting, golf, and spending time with his family.
Ed resides in the Bunker Hill neighborhood of Waterbury and is married to the former Karen Iles who is a Hospice Nurse with VITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Middlebury. Ed & Karen have six children, Sarah, Benjamin, Hannah, Emma, Elizabeth and Nathan.
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