Published in the February 5, 2016 edition

MELROSE — Robinson Funeral Home celebrates 75 years of serving all faiths with unparalleled service to Melrose and the surrounding communities with a renewed commitment to giving back to local non-profit organizations.

Always dedicated to serving others, Robinson will select a new cause each and every month of 2016 to commemorate its 75th anniversary.

As a community partner since its establishment three generations ago, Robinson Funeral Home will mark this significant milestone with a program to support local charities and organizations. The funeral home was founded in 1941 and since that time has been guided by the principle of care, kindness and concern for the well being of families living in and around Melrose. Current owners, Jeff and Mark Robinson, carry on that genuine spirit of giving and dedication to the community.

“I am proud to call Melrose my home and grateful for this opportunity to honor Robinson Funeral Home’s 75 years of giving,” said Mark. “Throughout the year, we will focus on the needs of groups in the Melrose area. “While we have many in mind, we welcome people to send their suggestions and help us support the most worthy local causes.”

To submit the name of a Melrose area non-profit group for consideration, e-mail or write to Robinson Funeral Home, 809 Main St., Melrose MA 02176. Robinson Funeral Home will select one or more organizations each month in honor of 75 years of serving the community.

To learn more about Robinson Funeral Home, pre-arrangements, planning a meaningful tribute or funeral that celebrates the life of your loved one, contact Mark Robinson at Robinson Funeral Home at 781-665-1900 or visit

About Robinson Funeral Home

Owned and operated by three generations of Melrose’s Robinson family, Robinson Funeral Home constantly improves upon its foundation and commitment to serving families. Dedicated to putting each family first, Robinson Funeral Home provides customized, personal funerals that honor the lives of those who have passed while compassionately easing the burdens of those who left behind.

Founded in 1941 by Norman P. Robinson, the funeral home is owned and operated by Norman’s son, Jeff, and grandson, Mark. Now in its third generation of serving local families, the Robinsons are respected for unparalleled professional funeral services.