D. Scott Griffith
A Waterbury native and second generation funeral director, Scott is a graduate of Saints Peter and Paul Grammar School and Sacred Heart High School; he received his degree in funeral service from the New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences in Boston, Massachusetts. He began his career in funeral service in 1988 with the Bergin Funeral Home and the Lyons Funeral Home in Thomaston, at that time working for William J. Bergin. In 1995, he went to work for a funeral home in Litchfield, eventually becoming manager. In June of 2005, Scott decided to return home to Waterbury and accepted the position as Managing Partner of the Bergin Funeral Home and the Lyons Funeral Home in Thomaston; in February of 2014, he was named Mangaing Partner of Woodtick Memorial in Wolcott. An active member of the community, Scott is a member of the Waterbury Lodge B.P.O. Elks #265, Harmony Lodge # 42 A.F. & A.M., the Waterbury Rotary Club (Past President), a communicant of St. Mary Magdalen Church in Oakville and is a former member of the Development Committee of the Palace Theater. He is also a member of the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association, the National Funeral Directors Association and serves as a clinical embalming examiner for the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health. Scott resides in Watertown with his wife, Michele (Mailhot), and their three children, Christopher, Drew and Sarah.