Welcome to the Freeport Chamber of Commerce

A village in the town of Hempstead, Nassau County, New York

Freeport, NY - Settled in the 1640s

Located on the South Shore of Long Island

Outdoor Fun and Close to NYC

New York State’s second-biggest village

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Membership provides a cross-sectional representation consisting of the commercial, industrial and residential communities within the Village of Freeport and its surrounding areas.

Business of the Month:

Hungerford & Clark Funeral Home

November 8th 2022 marked one year since our family took over Hungerford & Clark Funeral Home and we could not be prouder to be part of such a diverse and vibrant community.

From day one the community and other local businesses have been nothing but welcoming and kind to us. We have had the honor of helping some members of the chamber with losses in their own families as well as meeting many of you during services and while attending community and chamber events.

For those of you that do not know our history, funeral service has been our family vocation for over 3 generations. My father Carmine began his career as a Licensed Funeral Director following the steps of his aunt in 1982. He has had a diverse career working with families throughout the tristate area from all types of religious and ethnic backgrounds.

I began my career as Licensed Funeral Director in 2011 with The Massapequa Funeral Home serving hundreds of families per year from all walks of life. My father and I where friendly with Kevin Molese and Jerry Frayler the previous owners of Hungerford & Clark since 1988 and when we heard that they where looking to sell the funeral home and retire we reached out to them and where able to come to agreement to take over the business and property and keep an 80 year old tradition of service and caring going in the Freeport community.

Some of you may have noticed that we have made many tasteful updates to the building & property over the last year inside and out to create a warm and inviting place for families to pay their last respects while keeping with the style and feel of our 118 year old building.

We now offer guest wifi, live streaming of services, memorial tribute slideshows, a coffee station for guest and many more modern amenities. Just like our community our staff is diverse as well, we come from Italian, Irish, Hispanic and African American backgrounds and 2 of our Funeral Directors are fluent in Spanish.

Along with a diverse staff we also employ many members of the Freeport Police Department as well as members of the Freeport fire Department. 

We thank all of the local community for their continued support in our first year of business as well as The Freeport chamber of Commerce. We look forward to serving the community for many years to come. 

Michael V. Carpinone- Owner & New York State Licensed Funeral Director

Hungerford & Clark Funeral Home 
110 Pine St. Freeport N.Y. 11520
P: 516-379-3119 F: 516-868-6961

About Freeport

Freeport is a village in the town of Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, US, on the South Shore of Long Island. The population was 43,713 at the 2010 census.

A settlement since the 1640s, it was once an oystering community and later a resort popular with the New York City theater community. It is now primarily a bedroom suburb but retains a modest commercial waterfront and some light industry. It is serviced by the Freeport station on the Long Island Rail Road.


About the Chamber

We are a private, voluntary, not-for-profit organization of business and professional people dedicated to improving the economic environment of the incorporated Village of Freeport, Long Island and New York State.

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Main Street in Freeport in 1971

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