Please contact us ahead of time, and handicap arrangements will be made.
As owner and director of Lydon Chapel for Funerals, Michelle Lydon continues a family tradition that began more than 60 years ago, providing caring, compassionate assistance to one family at a time.
A licensed funeral director, Michelle is a graduate of Archbishop Williams High School, New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences and Fitchburg State College, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services and an Associate’s Degree in Funeral Service. She is also a Justice of Peace who has had the privilege of officiating at more than 1,000 wedding ceremonies.
Michelle has a long history of community activism that includes spearheading the all-volunteer drives to refurbish the Collins Rest-a-While and Beechwood Knoll School playgrounds and as well as the restoration of the city’s Sailors’ Home Cemetery for Civil War veterans. In addition to serving Ten years as a commissioner on the city Parks and Recreation Board, Michelle’s civic activities include serving on the Quincy Educational Fund Committee and as Treasurer of the Quincy Democratic City Committee. She is a longtime member and officer of the Quincy Lions Club, and will serve as the organization’s president from 2009-2010.
HISTORIC LYDON CHAPEL
Lydon’s commitment to serving just one family at a time ensures that your family will receive exclusive use of our entire historic chapel building for your loved one’s arrangements. The oldest funeral home in Quincy, Lydon Chapel dates back to the 18th century, when our home was built as a wedding present for a young woman by her father. Our home’s lovely waterfall has even become a local landmark, with many residents specifically requesting that their final arrangements include a service “at the funeral home with the waterfall.”