Lisovetsky: We’re here to help in difficult times.

Lisovetsky Memorial Home is the first Russian-American funeral home, founded by a member of the very community it serves.

Our memorial home offers a comfortable support group for you as you work through your grief – we make working through a tough time just a little bit easier.

We work with you to minimize your financial burden and ensure that you can part with your loved ones in a respectable, dignified fashion.

About Us

Alla Lisovetsky emigrated to America from Nikolaev, Ukraine in 1992. In 1994, Alla was introduced to the lack of community support for Russian-speaking immigrants in New York who had lost loved ones and began working in the funeral industry. Alla graduated from Nassau Community College and received a secondary degree in mortuary science, her first degree being in economics. Once she completed the proper exams, she was empowered to become a licensed funeral director in 2003

With over 20 years of experience in the funeral business, Alla does everything she can to make sure you and your loved ones are comfortable working through such a difficult time.

Our Services

We’ve structured our facility to provide the utmost convenience to you, your family, and your friends. Lisovetsky has its own parking, equipped with an elevator and wheelchair-accessible entrance.

We have two floors, each of which has a chapel and a cozy family room.

Our ground floor chapel has a seating capacity of 350 people, and our second chapel upstairs can accommodate up to 250 people.

Each floor has everything necessary to ensure the comfort and convenience of the family, and all those who came to say goodbye.

What others say about us

A warm thank you to all employees of Lisovetsky memorial home who have shown sensitivity and attention to the woes of the people come to them.

Mikhail Andelman

We want to thank your staff for clear and well-established actions performed during our father’s funeral.

Arhaevyh family

There are few truly sympathetic people around today, and during hard times we need help. This is why I’d like to thank Lisovetsky memorial home for helping us and supporting us.

Anna Meshcherkina

Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – 718.421.4242