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Cusimano Family Colonial Mortuary
96 West El Camino Real
For over 50 years, we have faithfully served the families of Mountain View and the surrounding communities with the belief that every human body is entitled to care with respect and dignity from time of death until final disposition, regardless of what ki
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By succession, today, the owners of The Cusimano Family Colonial Mortuary are Sherri and Matthew Cusimano, two of the children of Joseph and Sue Cusimano.
Licensed by the State of California as a Funeral Director.
Matt is the manager of the mortuary.
is the son of Joe and Sue, born in Texas and came to California with them after WWII.
He attended St. Joseph's School, and St Francis High School in Mountain View; Foothill College in Los Altos, and California State University San Jose (B.A.), and graduate School at Stanford University (M.F.A.).
served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves, and is a membere of the Marines Memorial Association
In Mountain View, he served two terms on the Board of the Chamber of Commerce, and is a Past President of the Mtn. View Rotary Club.
He was a member of the North Bayshore Advisory Committee for the City of Mountain View, and was a founder of Project G.O.A.L. (Game Of A Lifetime)- a golf program for children in Mountain View and at Moffett Field N.A,S.; a past Board Member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, and currently serves on the Board of Villa Siena.
He is very supportive of the Mtn. View Firefighters, and has worked with the Mtn. View Police Department Peace Officer's Association in helping to create a recognition card project and "Cops 'n' Gobblers," a Thanksgiving family assistance progam for families in Mountain View.
has worked at the mortuary since 1985.
Family-owned funeral homes bury the corporate competition - Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal:
For Matthew Cusimano, death has always been a part of life. In 1957, his parents, Joseph and Sue, founded the Cusimano Family Colonial Mortuary in Mountain View.
When they died, Mr. Cusimano
sister, Sherri, both licensed funeral directors, continued to run the business.
"When people are here, they're fairly vulnerable, so you get well-acquainted with them and hear what they have come through, where they have been and how their loved one touched people," Mr. Cusimano
Stanford District NewsLetter September 2003
The nominating committee consists of Mike Coggiola, Scoutmaster of Troop 30, Bob Cory, Scoutmaster of Troop 57, Rose Rambo, committee chair of Troop 37, Rajiv Bhateja, former committee chair of Pack 57, and Matt Cusimano, owner of Cusimano Mortuary in Mountain View and an active member of the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce and Rotary.