Ordering flowers from our site ensures that your order will reach us or the family in a timely manner, and your gesture of support will remain acknowledged in the Book of Memories for future generations. We only work with local florists so we can maintain the sense of urgency and quality of your selections. We thank you for helping to support the family during their time of need, and will fondly remember your kind gesture.
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In 1953, Jack Dunn opened the doors of a new funeral home in South Akron, and soon after, Bill Quigley joined Jack in the business. Then in 1962, Dunn-Quigley established a second location - the former Gregory Funeral Home in Stow. The historic Titus Wetmore home had been transformed into Stow's first funeral home by Rev. Leo Gregory. Since then, the facility has been enlarged and updated, with special attention given to maintaining the historical integrity of this important landmark.
Over the years, the business has grown from that two-story brick home on Grant Street, but the original philosophy - providing quality service with professionalism and integrity - has remained the same.
Today, Jack's son Dennis serves as the company president and proudly continues that tradition of service. He is aided by Bob Oziomek, a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer who has added his own unique expertise. They are supported by a caring and dedicated non-licensed support staff.
Funeral service has changed over the last fifty years. As our society changes, the needs of families has also evolved. We at Dunn-Quigley constantly strive to adapt to those changes, but one thing that will never change is our dedication to providing quality service. D-Q has meant dedication to quality since 1953.
Proudly Serving the Communities of Akron,Stow, Green, Fairlawn, Ellet, Barberton, Copley, Cuyahoga Falls, Munroe Falls, Hudson, Tallmadge, Kent, Uniontown, Manchester, Montrose, Suffield, Mogadore, Brimfield, New Franklin, Portage Lakes, Summit County, Portage County, Stark County