About Bradley Funeral Home
Bradley Funeral Home
From the Bradley Funeral Home website:
If you've lost a loved one, you've got enough to handle. Let Bradley Funeral Home in Marlton, NJ take care of the funeral planning. Visit online for more.
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Funeral Homes, Bradley Funeral Home
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|Sunday||Open 24 hours!|
|Monday||Open 24 hours!|
|Tuesday||Open 24 hours!|
|Wednesday||Open 24 hours!|
|Thursday||Open 24 hours!|
|Friday||Open 24 hours!|
|Saturday||Open 24 hours!|
Bradley Funeral Home ReviewsLEAVE REVIEW FOR BUSINESS
First class all the way! Patrick Smarrito is a compassionate, dedicated professional in every way! He listened to us to make sure our needs were met and provided guidance when we needed it. He was super attentive to every detail. He knew when a special guest arrived because he had seen him in our pictures. He made a difficult time more bearable. I highly recommend Pat and Bradley Funeral Home in Marlton!
Not only did Bradley's Funeral Home get nearly every detail of Mom's funeral wrong, my encounters with staff left me feeling as though I was bothering them, rather than leaving me with the feeling that they were there to help me lay Mom to rest. Some of the errors included: the name that we provided to Pat to be put on Mom's casket and prayer cards was not the name they used. Her obituary was posted incorrectly. I received a phone call the morning of Mom's funeral mass that the casket we ordered - and that Pat checked to make sure was available - was not the casket that we would be burying Mom in. But the worst mistake involved Bradley's bungling of getting Mom to Newfoundland, Canada. The very first thing asked when I called Bradley's was if they would be able to assist us in bringing Mom home to Newfoundland to lay her to rest. I was assured that they had experience in transporting people to other countries for burials and that it would be "easy" to make these arrangements. It wasn't easy at all. Not only did it take significantly longer than we were told it would take, but we were asked after the mass here in New Jersey if we wanted Mom to be buried with her jewelry and we said yes. The next day we were called and asked to make the hour long drive to Bradley's to pick up Mom's jewelry because she could not be transported with it. Which is something that someone with experience would have known. The director that I dealt with blamed every organization - the several airlines he contacted and the funeral home in Newfoundland who was going to be accepting Mom when she arrived - accepting no accountability himself - for the heart wrenching angst we went through, as well as the financial disaster of booking last minute flights to another country and then having to cancel them. I provided Bradley's with feedback regarding our experience with them, including filling out a survey they mailed to be, however thus far I been ignored.
In short, I found Bradley's staff to be less than comforting and their attention to detail to be less than adequate.