Tillapaugh Funeral Service

28 Pioneer Street
Cooperstown, New York 13326
Otsego County
(607) 547-2571

Check with Tillapaugh Funeral Service about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Cooperstown, New York location.

Contact the Tillapaugh Funeral Service Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (607) 547-2571.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Tillapaugh Funeral Service can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.



The Tillapaugh Funeral Service is one of the funeral homes in Cooperstown, New York. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Cooperstown, New York and Otsego County.

Cooperstown, New York Obituaries and News
Hundreds pay tribute to Oneonta Mayor Dick Miller November 02, 2014

Mayor of Cooperstown ... for memorial contributions to be made to the Mayor Miller Memorial Fund. The money will be used for planting and preserving trees in public spaces. Contributions can be made to City Hall at 258 Main Street, Oneonta, New York ... (WKTV)

Susan Rodd October 29, 2014

Susan is survived by her five daughters, Kimberly (Robert) Tucker of Egg Harbor Township, N.J., Emily (Matthew) Carter of Topsham, Maine, Eva Rodd of Portland, Maine, Abigail (Joel) Rodd of Cooperstown and Amanda (Mark) Rodd of New York; her brother ... (Daily Star)

World War II veteran dies October 21, 2014

A year later with only a quarter in his pocket, he put on a second pair of pants and hitchhiked from his native Pennsylvania to New York and joined the Army ... six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Oct. 17 in the ... (Dawson News)

Joseph F. Hartung October 06, 2014

Hartung, of New York City ... At his request there will be no memorial service. Memorial donations in Joe's name may be made to BAG IT, 7090 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704 or The Baseball Hall of Fame, 25 Main St, Cooperstown, NY 13326. (The Palladium-Times)

Charles L. Carrier September 28, 2014

“Friends of Bassett,” One Atwell Road, Cooperstown, NY, 13326 or to “Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund,” One Intrepid Square, W 46th St. at 12th Ave., New York, NY 10036. Arrangements are under the guidance of Tillapaugh Funeral Service, Cooperstown. (Daily Star)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Brooklyn, New York
this funeral home has to be the worse funeral home in Brooklyn. my cousin smelled horrible and the bathrooms were atrocious.The owner over charged my family for a casket with scratches and dents
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Brooklyn, New York
My grandma died and she was put in mcmanus. there was a funeral director their who thought i did bad things in which i didnt do. he then told my whole family that i did all of this stuff. then my family got really mad at me because of stuff i DIDNT do. i was so angry. i still am. and now i have to go back there tomorrrow. the next person who dies in my family, i HOPE they choose Marine Park Funeral Home.
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Medina, New York
On behalf of 8 daughters and a mother, we want to thank Coopers and Jake Hebdon for the wonderful, very professional services provided. Jake came to the house and picked up my father. From the minute he walked in the door he made my 80 year old very comfortable. We told her he was "Jake from State Farm", she knew that commercial well. Then I found out that I actually worked with his mother and had known all about his career change and adventures in his new career. From that point on he dealt very well addressing questions and answers to my mother instead of all the girls. He answered her questions in a way she understood. She was able to make her own decision with as much time as she needed. She chose cremation but, did not want the ashes at the service. He took our special pictures to the floral shop so flowers could be arranged around them. He also contacted the Veterans associations and set up the arrangements for the military service. He even took some calls throughout the couple days with last minute questions we each had. I am disabled and can not walk or stand for only a few minutes at a time. Cooper's have an elevator which makes it very convenient for anyone with ambulation difficulties. I was able to use a cane instead of a walker or wheelchair because of the elevator convenience. The room was large and our party fit in there nicely. We felt all together. Some funeral homes have 2 small rooms and the people in the back feel separated and blocked off. In those visual ability is poor as well as hearing what people are saying. We were told by a person in attendance that this was the best funeral they have attended. I agree, my 2 brother in laws were allowed to perform the service. The floral shop owner is a long time friend of my parents. Like I said, we appreciate everything they did to make this day easier for us and they succeeded. I would recommend Cooper's Funeral Home to anyone.
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Bronx, New York
RUDE - I just called to ask how to get to the FH by train and the person who answered the phone acted like I was an idiot. Not cool.
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Schenectady, New York
I am from Florida and my mother passed away in Schenectady, New York. Being from out of state, I was very concerned about who would take care of my mother's remains. I had very little time because I didn't want her in the morgue. I searched and visited many funeral homes in the area and couldn't find what I was looking for, a God based place. I felt that all that I visited were just a business and wasn't sure that my mother would be treated with the respect that she deserved. Finally, God sent me to De Legge Funeral Home. When I rang the door bell a nun answered the door, which I was later told was not the norm. With a warm touch, she held my hand and asked me to come in. I felt that my prayers were answered. Then I met with Mark Laszczynski, who has such a gentle way and understanding of the grief process for the loved ones left behind. He assisted me with the financial aspects and made it very easy. After talking to him about how I would like things done, he immediately left to pick up my mother so that she wasn't left any longer at the hospital. They placed her under a large cross, at the feet of Jesus, with her head resting on a silk pillow. There was to be no viewing and her remains were to be cremated. This is just the way that they treat loved ones. I am so happy and relieved that I found them. They are very respectful and professional. I felt at peace and I'm sure that my mother did too.
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