601 Dundaff St. Dickson City Pa

Frank T. Mazur and his wife Helen, along with their two small sons Frank and Steve, purchased the Berger family’s feed store and chicken hatchery in 1952 with the dream of one day opening a funeral home there.  That dream was realized in December of 1957, when the Frank T. Mazur Funeral Home opened for business and had its first funeral.

Steve Mazur, after graduating from Bloomsburg University with a bachelor's in education in 1974 and working as a substitute teacher, decided to follow in his father's footsteps, attending Simmons School of Mortuary Science in Syracuse, NY and graduating in 1977.  He was followed into the business by his younger brother Thomas Mazur, who also attended Simmons and graduated in 1980.

In 2005 Mazur's Funeral home undertook its most ambitious expansion in its history: the construction of our new funeral home at 601 Dundaff St.  Though Frank T. Mazur had been instrumental in the planning of the new funeral home he did not live to see the groundbreaking for the new funeral home, passing into eternity on December 3rd, 2004.  Frank left the business to his sons Steve and Tom, who still run Mazur's to this day.

More recently Steve's oldest child and his only son, Frank Thomas Mazur II, decided to follow in his father's and grandfather's footsteps and go into the family business.  Frank is currently attending the Funeral Service Education program at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA and will graduating in May of 2008.

We moved into our new funeral home at 601 Dundaff St. in May of 2007, and it is here that we continue to realize our founder Frank T. Mazur's dream of serving our community.