Joseph A. Immordino, Jr. Ch, DBS, MATS, CT
Loss is certainly a serious topic that I approach with compassion and understanding.
Growing up we never lived more than a block away from my grandmother. The women were the stability of our family. Then in 1975 and 1977 we lost my grandmother and my mother, one to a brain aneurysm, and one to breast cancer. Obviously, my father and our family were thrown into turmoil. I was age 9 and 11, so most of my childhood was figuring out my way through grief.
Thankfully, God takes our junk and makes good out of it. He takes our weakness and shows his strength. As an adult, I have had the opportunity to help countless people through their journey.
I have three decades of experience as a funeral director, death investigator, autopsy technician, hospice chaplain, hospice bereavement counselor, grief support group facilitator, and individual grief counselor. Along with individual and group programs, I have created an online support program that you can participate in from the comfort and safety of your own home. I get to help people wherever they are.
The sad truth is approximately three million people will die in the United States this year. Statistics show each deceased individual leaves behind between 3 to 5 grieving loved ones, with approximately 10 percent of those left behind suffering from complicated grief. Out of all those individuals on their grief journey, very few will seek help.
Wherever you live, and wherever you are in your walk through loss, let us walk with you.
Masters Divinity School- BA/MA in Practical Ministry,
Doctorate in Biblical Studies in Counseling
Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary- Master of Arts in Theological Studies
International Ministerial Fellowship - Ordained Minister/Missionary
Licensed Funeral Director in New Jersey - New Jersey State Board of Mortuary Science
Certified in Thanatology - Association of Death Education and Counseling.