Life’s most memorable milestones require planning. End of life expenses are no different. With NGL’s Funeral Expense Trust you can set aside funds for your funeral. It can also help you “spend down” a portion of your assets and possibly qualify for Medicaid, if ever necessary.
My family and I would like to thank your staff for all the kindness you have shown in our hour of need. You have gone above and beyond what was expected.
Our Greek-Revival style building was erected in 1845 by the family of Governor Charles Hobby Pond on the historical Milford Green and is wheelchair accessible.
During the 1930s and 1940s, S. Harrington White served the communities of Milford and Orange, and then in 1956, Thomas J. Cody, Sr. purchased the White Funeral Home and renamed it “Cody-White Funeral and Cremation Service.” With caring consideration, sage advice, and judicious council, he offered excellent and professional services to the Milford and Orange communities and beyond. When Tom Sr. retired, his children, Tom J. Cody, Jr., Kevin W. Cody, and Jaclyn Cody D’Auria, and later his grandson Brian Cody, joined in the family business. Tom and Kevin still serve our community today.
Our funeral home and its staff is very community-minded. We are proud of the role that our staff plays in the community. Along with established relationships with churches, hospitals, hospice and civic groups, we actively participate with many nationally recognized organizations that help support our community. Every one of our six full-time Funeral Directors and support staff either lives in the Greater Milford Community or has family that lives here. We are your friends and neighbors; we shop in the same shops, go to the same churches, attend the same school functions, and participate and cherish the same local activities as you do.