The Guida Funeral Home is well known within the community for providing personal service during a family’s greatest time of grief. Established in 1909 the Guida Funeral Home has seen thru four generations and has celebrated over 100 years of service in all nationalities.
The Guida Funeral Home became very involved by joining the Corona Lion’s Club, Northside Democratic Club, St. Leo’s Church and St. Leos School also the St. Jude Children research Hospital.
Edward F Guida and Bobby Guida two close cousins continued the family owned legacy business after the original owners passed away in 1976, which were their uncles.
When suddenly Bobby Guida passed away on 3/11/2009, we had a great lost and Eddie still continued to operate the funeral home. Until another target sudden death of Eddie passing on 5/2/2014, nothing could have prepared us for this day. We understanding the feeling of the pain of losing someone no matter what the age is. Leaving behind a son and wife, Mary Guida which she then became more determined and decided to continue the family owned business along with her son Edward F Guida Jr, and a wonderful, dedicated, caring, hardworking working staff, Thomas Habermann and Jessica Eljaiek.
Without them I don’t know where I would be today, I am proud to say that I have this wonderful staff that feels so closely to the Guida family tradition in giving the care and attention to the families that are in grief.
The Guida Funeral Home will continue to operate as a family owned business with the supervision of Mary Guida, along with Edward F Guida Jr, Thomas Habermann, and Jessica Eljaiek.