Iannotti Funeral Home has been family owned and operated since 1958 and the tradition continues on to include the Third Generation.
Robert A. Iannotti, Jr.
Registered Embalmer and Funeral Director | License #1039
Robert A. Iannotti, Jr. graduated from The New England Institute in 1984 with High Honors. In January 2009, Robert Jr. and his wife Kim D. Iannotti purchased Iannotti Funeral Home. In early 2014, Robert Jr. had the foresight to acquire the Maple Root property. This vision became a reality in March 2018, with the redevelopment and opening of this ultimate second location, Iannotti Funeral Home at Maple Root in July 2019. And now with over 35 years as a dedicated funeral service professional, Robert Jr. looks forward to continue serving Rhode Island families.
Robert A. Iannotti Sr. graduated from Bryant University in 1952 with a Bachelor’s of Science and Business Administration. In 1956 he graduated from The New England Institute and established the Iannotti Funeral Home in 1958. He is a Korean War Army veteran and a member of the Rhode Island Funeral Directors Association. Robert Sr., passed peacefully one week after celebrating his 85th birthday in April 2018.
Registered Embalmer and Funeral Director | License #1143
Jamie Morel, a resident of Coventry for over 30 years is a graduate of the Mortuary Science program from the New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences at Mount Ida College in Newton, Mass. He served on the Rhode Island Funeral Directors Associations Board of Governors and is a member of the Rhode Island Mass fatality team.
Registered Embalmer and Funeral Director | License #1218
Rob Iannotti III, a third generation funeral director is a resident of West Warwick. He is a 2010 graduate of FINE Mortuary College and a member of the Rhode Island Funeral Director's Association. As a hobbyist, Rob dabbles in motorcycling, skiing, hiking, playing the guitar and drums, and also enjoys stand up comedy. As an animal lover, Rob enjoys spending time with his Wheaten Terriers, doves, turtle, and honey bees.
Mongo, an American Shorthaired Tuxedo (cat), appeared unexpectedly as a hungry kitten wandering the parking lot of our funeral home in 2010. His outgoing personality and friendly disposition has helped us console and comfort families when words simply cannot. Mongo is a cherished member of our family.