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.
Each of the staff members at Falco, Caruso & Leonard Funeral Home is committed to providing your family with the finest in personal end-of-life care. In fact, for years, it’s been comforting for area families to know that we are available to help at any time of the day or night.
When a loved one dies, all you need to do is make one phone call. From that moment on, we’ll take on the responsibilities of the physical care of your loved one, and the emotional care of those left behind.
Please take a few minutes to get to know our funeral home staff. We’re sure you’ll find each of us to be all that you would hope for in a trusted funeral professional.
*Not all employees pictured are licensed & qualified to make funeral arrangements, embalm or conduct funerals.*
Enrico T. Caruso, Jr. CFSP, Owner/Manager
Enrico T. Caruso, Jr. C.F.S.P. (Certified Funeral Service Practitioner) was born in Camden, raised in Pennsauken and attended elementary and secondary school in Merchantville and Cherry Hill. He currently is a resident of Merchantville with his wife Denise and his daughter Monica. He also has 3 other children, Ricky and his wife Morgan, Ashley and her husband Robert, and Daniel, all of whom live on their own. Enrico is also a loving grandfather to Robert Edward Condon IV, Enrico Caruso IV, Anastasia Rose Condon, and James Brady Caruso.
Enrico’s other educational accomplishments include attending Camden County college from 1970-1973, attending American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service where he received his diploma in September of 1975, and attending St. Louis University Medical School in 1984 where he received his Medical Examiners Certificate of Training. In 1975, Enrico also passed the Funeral Service Examining Board of US, granting him his National Board Certificate, and the State Board of Mortuary Science of New Jersey, granting him a Practitioner of Mortuary Science. Enrico is also a Certified Eye Enucleator by the Eye Foundation of Delaware Valley in 1978. In 1992 he received his Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Funeral Director License.
Enrico founded and is the owner of South Jersey Funeral Associates, Inc. in 1980 and has been the owner of the Falco/Caruso & Leonard Pennsauken Funeral Home since 1993 and the Falco/Caruso & Leonard Camden Funeral Home since 1997. In 2015 he also founded and is the owner of Penn Jersey Cremation Solutions. From 1984-1988 he served as an investigator for the Camden County Medical Examiner. Enrico has been a member of the West Jersey Funeral Directors Association since 1976, where he has had an influence in hospital legislative, consumer affairs, education and the newspaper; the New Jersey State Funeral Directors Association since 1976 where he has served as a Delegate at Large between 1984-1986, on the Board of Directors, and on the Scholarship and Community Development Committee; the National Funeral Directors Association since 1976 where he served on the Transportation of Human Remains Committee in 1987, and of Thanexus Co-Operative since 1999 where he is a stockholder and serves on the Board of Directors. Enrico is also the Principal Security Coordinator for South Jersey Funeral Associates, being in the TSA Certified Cargo Screening Standard Security Program (CCSSP). In addition to all these accomplishments, he has also been a National Funeral Directors Association Pursuit of Excellence Award winner from 2013-2018.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Enrico is very active in his community. In 1995 he became a member of the Merchantville Shade Tree Committee as well as the Pennsauken Business in Government (BIG) Council. He was also elected as a Merchantville Borough Council Member in 1999 and has been a longtime member of the Bloomfield Park Volunteer Fire Company in Pennsauken. Throughout his career he has also been involved with various service, social, fraternal and philanthropic affiliations.
NJ License No. 3216
PA License No. FD-013656E
Denise Caruso, Staff
Denise is very involved with the St. Peter's Senior Ministry in Merchantville where they are dedicated to enhancing the lives of seniors by providing meaningful and interactive spiritual, social and inter-generational experiences that allow seniors to prosper and grow in union with God. Throughout the years Denise has been very involved in the community with Merchantville Elementary, St. Peter's Catholic School and Camden Catholic High School. She was a long time member of Rotary and a Democratic Committee Woman.
She currently lives in Merchantville with her husband Rick and her daughter Monica. She also has 3 other children, Ricky and his wife Morgan, Ashley and her husband Robert, and Daniel, all of whom live on their own. Denise is also a loving grandmother to Robert Edward Condon IV, Enrico Caruso IV, Anastasia Rose Condon, and James Brady Caruso.
*Not all employees pictured are licensed & qualified to make funeral arrangements, embalm or conduct funerals.*
Ashley Rose Caruso-Condon, Funeral Director
Ashley resides in Pennsauken, She attended Merchantville Elementary School and Camden Catholic High School. Ashley graduated from Rider University with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with Concentrations in TV & Radio Production and Marketing. She worked in Sports & Media Marketing with Greater Media Philadelphia's radio stations WMMR-FM 93.3, WPEN-FM 97.5 The Fanatic, and ESPN-AM 950.
Ashley decided in 2010 to pursue a career in the Funeral Industry and continues the family business. She received her Funeral Service Certificate from Mercer County College and NJ Funeral Directors License in 2011. She is also a Certified Celebrant.
In the community she has or is currently a Certified Celebrant, parishioner at St. Peter and St. Stephen Churches in Pennsauken, Sister of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, Big Sister Mentor, Woodbine Swim Club, involved with Camden Catholic Theater, Swimming, Student Government and Field Hockey.
In 2015 Ashley married her husband, Robert. In 2016 they welcomed their first child, Robert Edward Condon IV and in 2018 they welcomed their second child Anastasia Rose Condon.
NJ License No. 4948
Stanley McGraw IV, Funeral Director
Stan has been with the funeral home since 2002. He graduated from Mercer County College in 2003 and received his Associate's Degrees in Business Administration and Funeral Service.
Stan married his wife Julie in 2005. In 2008 they welcomed their son Stanley V into the family, and in 2014 welcomed their twins Wesley and Madeline. They are members at Grace Church in Merchantville, where Stan has served for 4 years on the Vestry. He has been both a coach and assistant coach of youth baseball in Delran since 2012 at both the recreational and district levels.
NJ License No. 4628
Andrea Meyers, Funeral Director
Andrea grew up in Pennsauken where she attended high school and graduated in 1997. After graduating, she attended Elizabethtown College for two years as a biology major. She then transferred to Mercer County Community College where she graduated from the Funeral Service Program in 2001. Andrea began her internship with us in 2000 and received her funeral directors license in October of 2002.
Andrea volunteers with Woof Love Rescue, where she fosters dogs and helps find homes for unwanted, abandoned, stray and neglected dogs. She has fostered 51 dogs since 2013. Over the years, Andrea has also been an active member of Animal Aid USA and has taken trips down to Georgia where they help rescue dogs to New Jersey, provide them with shelter, love, needed medical care and socialization while trying to find their furever homes.
In her spare time, Andrea can be found at her daughter’s basketball games and softball tournaments.
Andrea currently lives in Mt. Laurel with her husband, Jack, and her two daughters, Madison and Vanessa, their dogs, Ruben, Gunnar and Guinness, and their cats, Boo and Shayna.
NJ License No. 4540
Angela McGraw, Funeral Director
Angela was born and raised in Delran, where she attended high school and graduated in 2014. Throughout high school Angela was a member of the Delran Golden Regiment Marching Band, where she played clarinet and mellophone. She also participated in her school’s concert and jazz band playing the french horn and trumpet. After graduating, Angela attended school at the University of Delaware as a pre-med major where she was a member of the Pride of Delaware, Fightin’ Blue Hen Marching Band playing mellophone.
After losing her mom her freshman year of college to stage IV inflammatory breast cancer, she decided to switch career paths and follow in her brother, Stan’s, footsteps to become a funeral director. She attended Mercer County Community College where she graduated in December of 2017. Angela started working as a funeral attendant in July of 2016 before starting her internship with us in January of 2017. After passing the State Board of Mortuary Science Exam of New Jersey, the National Board Exam for Funeral Service, serving the full two years of her internship and satisfying all the State Board of Mortuary Science of New Jersey’s requirements, Angela received her license in January of 2019.
For the past 10 years, Angela has volunteered heavily with the American Cancer Society. In 2018 she was able to raise over $6,700 for cancer research. This year she is serving as the Event Lead for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Cinnaminson event. She has also gotten the Falco/Caruso & Leonard Funeral Homes involved by creating a team for our staff. Angela has also attended the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Greater Philadelphia & Southern NJ.
NJ License No. 5231
Robert E. Condon III, PA & NJ Licensed Funeral Director
Robert was born and raised in Folcroft, PA where he attended Academy Park High School and played football before graduating in 2003. He then attended Penn State before transferring to Mercer County Community College where he majored in Funeral Service. He received his PA funeral directors license in 2012 and his NJ funeral directors license in 2017. Robert is avid Philadelphia sports fan and plays in many different ice and roller hockey leagues. He is also a parishioner at St. Stephen’s and St. Peter’s church in Merchantville.
Robert currently works as a full-time funeral director with Kevin M. Lyons Funeral Service in Glenolden, PA but also assists us when needed.
Robert currently resides in Pennsauken with his wife Ashley, who is also a funeral director with us, and his children Robert Edward Condon IV and Anastasia Rose Condon.
Thomas Hickey, Intern*
Thomas was born in Willingboro and raised in Medford Lakes. He attended Nokomis Elementary and Neeta School and matriculated to Shawnee High School in Medford, where he graduated in 2011. Following high school, Thomas attended and graduated from Burlington County College at Pemberton in 2013 with his Associate’s Degree in Psychology. After he earned his Associate’s Degree from Burlington County College, he enrolled at Rider University in Lawrenceville and graduated, summa cum laude in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Currently, Thomas attends Mercer County Community College in West Windsor in the process of earning an Associate’s of Applied Science in Funeral Service.
Thomas joined our family at Falco/Caruso & Leonard in March of 2019 as an intern.
Thomas resides in Mount Laurel with his beloved cat, Katyusha.
George was born in Baltimore, MD and was raised in Upper Chichester Township, PA. He currently lives in Merchantville with his wife Gail and his dog Zoey. He also has a daughter, Dr. Valerie Mayer.
George is a US Navy veteran who served on submarines during the Vietnam war. After his time with the military, George was the Fire Marshal for the Pennsauken Township Fire Department for 33 years. He is also a very dedicated parishioner to St. Stephen's Church in Merchantville as well as a 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, of which he is involved with the Color Core.
In his spare time George enjoys golfing at the Indian Spring Golf Course.
Wanda Garcia* (Se habla español)
Wanda was born and raised in Camden, where she still lives currently. She attended Camden High School before receiving her NJ Degree Diploma and taking a Distributive Education Course in 1980.
Wanda currently works as a Telecommunications Supervisor for the City of Camden for the past 38 years where she operates the NorStar Meridian and implements new VOIP telephone systems for Camden. She also assisted with the “Eye in The Sky” for the Camden Police Department in 2011 as well as assisted with their command mobile vans, phones, cameras, and internet connections for their police car laptops.
Wanda is also a present Community Leader and has been a City Committee Woman at Large for the past 30 years. She takes pride in the City of Camden and its history and is devoted to enhancing the resident’s quality of life by helping to provide efficient and timely delivery of emergency services to the residents of Camden. Wanda has been the President of Parada San Juan Bautista, Inc. and is very proud of her heritage. She has been an English/Spanish translator to Senator Rand for 10 years as well as a translator for the Falco/Caruso & Leonard Funeral Homes.
Wanda is also a member of her Neighborhood Town Watch, assistant to Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Camden, political aide to Nilsa Cruz-Perez, on the Camden Empowerment Development Corporation Board of Development, a volunteered Member of Labor Management Committee, Chair Person to Employee of the Month Subcommittee, President City Supervisory Unit Trustee for Council #10 Union, Camden city Committee Woman at Large for Francisco “Frank” Moran (Mayor of the City of Camden), and on the board of Parish Council for Cathedral of Immaculate Conception Church in Camden.
Frank is married to Rita Lee (Reilly) and has three children, Sheila Lee (Steven), Stacie Lee (Carlos), and Jason (Jessica). Frank has eight beautiful grandchildren.
A resident of Pennsauken and a former officer with over 26 years' service with the Pennsauken Police Department, Frank has numerous awards for Valor and Outstanding achievement. Frank is also the past President of Garden State Lodge #3 of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Frank is former United States Marine and served with the 1st Marine Division in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. He is a Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 8714 in Glendora, NJ.
Frank is presently employed with the Falco/Caruso & Leonard Funeral Homes with 6 years of service but has over 20 years experience as a funeral attendant. He is a graduate of Camden County College and holds an Associates degree in Law Enforcement.
Frank is presently the President of the Camden County Emerald Society. His many charity contributions include the Annual Polar Bear Plunge, the Special Olympics, and the Camden County Emerald Society Pipes and Drums.
Frank presently attends St. Stephens Roman Catholic Church in Pennsauken and serves as an usher at the 9 AM Mass. His faith and his ties to the community are very important to him.
Frank also serves as a docent on the Battleship New Jersey and provides tours in the overnight encampment program for the kids and their families.
George was born in Philadelphia and raised in Pennsauken where he still resides. He worked for the NJ Department of Corrections before retiring in 2008.
Since retirement, he enjoys bowling, fishing, playing softball and going to the casinos. George also happens to be the father of one of our funeral directors, Andrea Meyers. He also has a daughter, Dana, and four grandchildren.
Ron was born and raised in Camden where he attended Woodrow Wilson High School and graduated in 1967. He then attended Spring Garden Institute where he received his Associates Degree for Consumer Credit Management in 1969.
Ron was then drafted into the Army where he served from 1969 to 1971, during which he spent 13 months in Korea. After returning home, Ron worked in the sectional center of the Pennsauken Post Office from 1972 to 1974. He then worked as a Pennsauken police officer from 1974 to 2000 before retiring and starting as a funeral attendant with us in 2001.
In his spare time, Ron enjoys watching his grandsons play baseball and basketball.