Staff members of Flynn Bros., Inc. Funeral Home are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of utmost importance to our staff of licensed funeral directors.
Jamie Turcotte Nevins
Jamie Turcotte Nevins is a second generation licensed funeral director.
Jamie and her husband Kenneth Nevins, purchased Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Home from her father in 2010, and continue to operate the family owned funeral home. They have 3 children, Andrew, William and Madeline.
Joseph J. Turcotte
Joseph J. Turcotte purchased Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Homes from the Flynn brothers back in 1975.
Joseph and his wife Kathleen operated Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Home for 35 years, recently selling to their daughter, Jamie and her family.
They both continue to work in the family business, as well as being active with many other community organizations.
Joseph and Kathleen have 3 children, Jamie Turcotte Nevins, Christi Dooley, and Joseph J. Turcotte Jr. and 7 grandchildren.
Peter M. Pitkin
Peter Pitkin is a licensed Funeral Director at Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Home in Greenwich.
Peter and his wife Janice came to work at Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Home in 1983.
They have 2 daughters, Jennifer and Theresa.
Jason Easton is a licensed Funeral Director in New York and Virginia, He currently resides in Greenwich and is the licensed manager of our Greenwich location. Jason moved here in October 2013 from the small town of Elba, NY. Jason graduated from Simmons Institute of Funeral Service in 2009 and has been a licensed Funeral Director since 2010, in his free time he enjoys hiking, kayaking, fishing, hunting and golfing. He was married to April J. Easton on May 5th 2018 and together they welcomed a daughter Calista Anne Easton on June, 19, 2019, and a son Lincoln Earl Easton on November, 20, 2021. They all reside above the funeral home. Jason is a member at Risen Hope Community Church in Schuylerville and is a certified Funeral Celebrant, and a suicide and overdose death grief group facilitator . He is a member of the Greenwich Elks Lodge 2223. He takes pride in being a small town funeral director, and he looks forward to assisting those who have lost a loved one by creating unique life celebrations, and working in the Greenwich community and surrounding areas.