Our dedicated and supportive staff are here to guide you through this difficult journey. We take pride in doing our absolute best to ensure your needs are met.
Charles "Charlie" Hollis (Holocinski) - Charlie, a native of Queens, New York, is a 1975 graduate of Simmons School of Embalming and Mortuary Science. After serving an apprenticeship at the John G. Butler Funeral Home in Syracuse, Charlie was licensed as a funeral director in New York in 1976. He is the recent past president of the Onondaga-Oswego Funeral Directors' Association, as well as a member of the New York State Funeral Directors' Association. Charlie also gives of his time to the community, including: past director of Hope for the Bereaved, past president of the Salt City Center for the Performing Arts, former board member of the Syracuse Civic Theatre, founding member of the Frazer Neighborhood Watch Group, former Den Leader of Boy Scout Troop 76, as well as many activities in the Polish community based at Sacred Heart of Jesus Basilica (2001 "Pole of the Year", 30-year member of the I.J. Paderewski Choir, and board member of the Miss Polonia Scholarship committee). Charlie is also vice president of the Syracuse Polish Home, and his Monday event, "Charlie's Cheeseburgers" is legendary.
Eileen Hollis - Eileen is a 2016 graduate of Hudson Valley Community College with an Associate's Degree in Mortuary Science; she won the graduating student award in restorative art. She became a fully licensed funeral director in October 2017. Eileen also has a BFA in dance from SUNY-Brockport (2011).
Christopher "Scott" Jachim - Scott is a 1983 graduate of Simmons School of Embalming and Mortuary Science and has been part of the Hollis team since 2013.
Bill Steves - Bill is a retiree from National Grid and has been with us since 2011.
Anthony Zizzi - Tony has been a friend of Charlie since childhood and has been a licensed funeral director for over 30 years. Tony has been with us since 2011; he also owns St. Charbel Monuments in Liverpool.