Welcome to Werner & Rothwell Funeral Home

Our caring funeral directors at  Werner-Rothwell Funeral Home  provide specialized funeral services designed to meet the needs of each family. The professional, dedicated staff can assist you in making funeral service arrangements. Our funeral directors will guide you through all aspects of the service; including funeral flowers, casket choices, appropriate music selection, and local accommodations.

If you are interested in sending sympathy flowers to a family who has a loved one here, you can send funeral flowers to Werner-Rothwell  Funeral Home now. The florists near Werner-Rothwell  Funeral Home have a wonderful and diverse selection of wreaths and bouquets to help express your sympathy for the family.

Werner-Rothwell  Funeral Home is located in the city of Westhampton Beach and is 1/4 mile from downtown.

 "A meaningful and memorable service remains the hallmark of theWerner-Rothwell Funeral Home."

M.Raymond Phillips | Sat. 6-8 PM

M. Raymond Phillips

  • Visitation:
    Saturday, June 1, 2019
    6:00-8:00  PM
    Werner Rothwell Funeral Home
    60 Mill Road
    Westhampton Beach, NY

  • Burial:
    Sunday, June 7, 2019
    12:00 PM
    Oakwood Cemetery
    East Quogue, NY 

M. Raymond Phillips of East Quogue was born in East Quogue in 1923 to J. Norman Phillips and wife Frieda E. Dieckman. Graduated Westhampton Beach High School in 1942. Graduated N.Y.S., Maritime Academy in the fall of 1944 with an Ensign Commission in the U.S. Navy and a Third Mates Licence in the Merchant Marine.
During World War II he sailed with Grace and United Fruit Steamship Lines in the South Pacific, North Atlantic and Mediterranean areas. After the war he continued his seafaring career for another six years, retiring with an Unlimited Merchant Mariner Masters Licence for Vessels of unlimited gross tonage on all of the Oceans of the world (2nd issue).
After he retired from the sea he went into the family Real Estate business (4th generation) on Main Street East Quogue.
He married his best girl, Marian Lyba of Quogue, N.Y. and Brooklyn, N.Y. on Sept. 12, 1954.
They retired from the Real Estate Business in 1997 and spent most of their time at their place in the Bitterroot Mountains of Western Montana.
Ray greatly enjoyed sailing his SS No. 50 on Shinnecock Bay and, following his family traditions, was an avid duck hunter into his early eighties.
A visitation will be held on Saturday, June 1 from 6-8 PM at the Werner-Rothwell Funeral Home, 60 Mill Rd, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978. A burial will follow on Sunday, June 2 at 12 PM at Oakwood Cemetery in East Qugoue.
 

Eva Vasquez | Sun. 4-8 PM

Eva Vasquez

  • Visitation:
    Sunday, May 26, 2019
    4:00-8:00 PM
    Werner Rothwell Funeral Home
    60 Mill Road
    Westhampton Beach, NY

  • Funeral Service:
    Monday, May 27, 2019 at 10:00 AM
    Church of the Immaculate Conception
    58 Main Street
    Westhampton Beach, NY  11978

  • Private Cremation:

Grace K. Haddad|June 8 11:00AM Westhampton Presbyterian Church

Grace Kirchner Haddad of Quogue died on May 10th. She was 101 years old. She was born in Brooklyn to Marjorie Roberts Kirchner and Walter E Kirchner and grew up in Floral Park, the older sister of triplets. She attended Miss Dunbar’s Secretarial School and worked at Gaumont-British Picture Corporation and Standard Oil (now Exxon). After WWII, she married George Haddad and started a family. Her oldest daughter had cerebral palsy and Grace became an advocate for the United Cerebral Palsy Association. When her children were older, she returned to work as the clerk of the Quogue School.  Once retired did volunteer work at the Quogue Library and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. She was active in the Westhampton Presbyterian Church. She loved music, sang in the Golden Hill Chorus as a young woman and was an avid fan of Lawrence Welk. She enjoyed crossword puzzles and her church activities. She is predeceased by her husband George and a daughter Catherine. She is survived by her triplet sisters: Catherine Roth of Albany New York, Marguerite Miller of Allentown Pennsylvania and Frances Hornberger of Floral Park New York, three daughters: Jean Seyfert of Westhampton Beach, Carol Haddad of San Francisco, California and Christine Haddad of Quogue, two grandchildren, Bunker and Xochitl Seyfert and multiple nieces and nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews. A memorial service will be held on June 8th at 11 am at the Westhampton Presbyterian Church with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Westhampton Presbyterian Church, the Quogue Library and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.  
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60 Mill Road
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

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