BRIDGEPORT, Conn. –Norwalk Vault/Kryprotek, a provider of Wilbert and Doric vaults and Kryprotek mausoleum protection, has welcomed Craig Neal to its team, according to a news release. Neal will serve in the role of chief operating officer.
Prior to joining Norwalk Vault Co./Kryprotek, Neal was the executive director of Catholic Cemeteries Association of the Archdiocese of Hartford, where he led a team that was responsible for the operation and maintenance of 30 cemeteries and 18 mausoleums. During his 18-year tenure, he was actively involved in the Connecticut Cemetery Association (past president), New England Cemetery Association and Catholic Cemetery Conference. He is a graduate of Marist College with a B.S. in business administration.
“I am excited to come on board with Norwalk Vault Company/Kryprotek,” Neal said. “Mark Bates has worked diligently over the past six years to successfully grow his company, and I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with him and his staff in serving the needs of our clients.”
Established in 1932, Norwalk Vault Co. is a family-owned business that offers burial services to the states of Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Products include burial vaults, cremation urns, keepsakes, memorialization, mementos, and burial personalization options. NVC also offers services for set-up, tent, chairs, and disinterment. Kryprotek offers the finest in mausoleum protection with full casket enclosures made of ABS plastic and hermetically sealed to prevent against odors, leaks, and insects.
For more information, visit www.norwalkvault.com or www.kryprotek.com.
Posted Aug. 15