Higgins and Bonner Echo Lake Funeral Home is committed to supporting the health and safety of our community. We are carefully monitoring New Jersey state requirements regarding compliance with the COVID-19 pandemic. There are currently restrictions affecting the amount of attendees to any public gatherings including funeral services. Social distancing is required, personal protective equipment must be worn, and other restrictions may apply to service attendees.
During these times, Higgins and Bonner Echo Lake Funeral Home remains committed to serving families and guests. Within our facility, we continue to implement precautions to ensure a safe environment, including increased cleaning and disinfecting. We are deeply committed to the wellbeing of the families we serve, and will do all that we can to keep everyone safe.
The loss of a loved one can leave you with a lot of unanswered questions, feelings of stress and anxiety and grief that makes events difficult to handle. The experienced funeral directors at Higgins and Bonner Echo Lake Funeral Home will guide you through the aspects of the funeral service with compassion, dignity and respect. Our staff of dedicated professionals is available to assist you in making funeral service arrangements. From casket choices to funeral flowers, the funeral directors at Higgins and Bonner Echo Lake Funeral Home provide individualized funeral services designed to meet the needs of each family.
Our honest service and commitment to excellence have served our customers well, and you can rest assured that we can assist you in your time of need. Whether you have come to our site for information about an upcoming service or to make arrangements for one, we hope the information you find here will be helpful.
Deepest condolences to entire Fernicola family. Including Chuck's daughters. Lori and Lisa, and his partner in life, Joyce. Chuck was truly dedicated to the youth of the Mountainside Little League, Chuck is Mr. Little League of Mountainside for over 40 years of teaching hundreds of his kids the fundamentals of baseball. As a former teammate, Chuck was a very competitive player and manager, aka Billy Martin. I've known Chuck for over 50 years, and without a doubt, Chuck will be missed by so many who had the privilege of knowing Chuck. RIP MY FRIEND, and Watch How You Go. Your friend, Steve Semancik