Our Experienced Staff
Each of the staff members at Castiglione Funeral Home is committed to providing your family with the finest in personal end-of-life care. In fact, for years, it’s been comforting for area families to know that we are available to help at any time of the day or night.
When a loved one dies, all you need to do is make one phone call. From that moment on, we’ll take on the responsibilities of the physical care of your loved one, and the emotional care of those left behind.
Please take a few minutes to get to know our funeral home staff. We’re sure you’ll find each of us to be all that you would hope for in a trusted funeral professional.
|Charles J. DiAngelo, Jr., Owner In Memorium 1948-2004|
|Owner Elaine DiAngelo|
Elaine Onuska DiAngelo was born and raised in Greenwich and graduated Greenwich High school. She married her high school sweet-heart, Charles in 1969. Elaine pursued a career as a hairdresser for some years before entering the banking industry. When she and Charlie purchased the Castiglione funeral home in 1989 she joined him in the office. When Charlie passed away in 2004, Elaine took over the day to day operations of the funeral home with her daughter Alisa and her daughter Amy who now lives in Florida. Elaine greets every family with a reassuring smile. Elaine is active in charities for Dogs and children. Elaine is a parishioner of St Mary Church in Greenwich. She is the devoted Grandmother to Sophie, Jack, Patrick Charleigh and Ryan.
|Alisa DiAngelo- Caruso|
Alisa DiAngelo-Caruso was born into the funeral service, the daughter of Charles and Elaine DiAngelo. Alisa was raised in Greenwich and graduated from Greenwich High and worked in the travel industry for many years before coming to work at Castiglione. She currently is the family service manager and funeral service assistant. Her attention to detail makes her a valuable asset to the funeral home staff. Alisa is a proud member Glenville Veterans Club Woman’s Auxiliary and a communicant of St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Greenwich. She also frequently volunteers for charities that benefit children in need as well as participates in walks to benefit Abilis and the Walk for Hope, which benefits Breast Cancer Research. She is the dedicated wife to her Husband Dan Caruso, who assists the funeral home in the parking lot and loving mother to her daughter Sophie and stepsons Jack and Patrick.
|Dee Dee Faugno|
Dee Dee Faugno Grew up in Greenwich and graduated Greenwich High. She has been with Castiglione Funeral Home in various positions since 2004. She is currently the operations manager, overseeing the day to day activities of the office. Dee Dee lives in Stamford with her husband of 23 years, Michael, who occasionally works in the parking lot for services and her children, Jessica, Mikey and Andrew. In her free time, Dee enjoys camping in Myrtle Beach with her family and friends.
Joe Salvatore grew up in Greenwich and graduated from Greenwich High. Joe has been a member of the staff of Castiglione since 1989 when his uncle Charlie and aunt Elaine purchased the funeral home. Joe is a familiar face to the families we serve and warmly greets every person who enters our funeral home for visitation and services. Joe lives in Stamford with his wife, Bernadette and his daughters Taylor and Alexandra who resides in Massachusetts.
|Brendan McKeon, CFSP|
Brendan McKeon was raised in Hamden and Graduated from Fairfield College Preparatory School, Quinnipiac University with a Bachelors in Political Science and Lincoln College of New England with a degree in Mortuary Science. He has worked in the Funeral business for 15 years and has been a licensed funeral director in Connecticut for 7 years. Brendan joined the staff of Castiglione as the Manager of the Funeral Home in 2017 after working in Greenwich for quite some time. In addition to his responsibilities at Castiglione, Brendan is on the faculty in the Mortuary Science Department at Lincoln College of New England. Brendan is past President of the Monroe, CT Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Monroe. In his free time, Brendan is on the board for Project Warmth Monroe, which aims to provide heating assistance to families struggling to pay heating bills. Brendan resides in Monroe, CT.