In the book The Pigman by Paul Zindel, where was Concetta's funeral held?
I do not believe the exact location where Concetta's funeral was held is given in the book, although the services themselves were conducted by the "Silver Lake Company". The reader knows this because John finds a bureau drawer with "a lot of papers in it" in one of the upstairs bedrooms in Mr. Pignati's house. In it, he discovers a pamphlet from the Silver Lake Company outlining what should be done in the case of a death in the family, along with a bill for $1,321.06 for the direction of the funeral of Conchetta Pignati.
Mr. Pignati had told John and Lorraine that his wife, Conchetta, was away in California. The old man's suddenly somber demeanor when Lorraine finds a picture of Conchetta in her confirmation dress gives the two teens the feeling that he is not telling them the whole truth, however. It is only later, after John and Lorraine have confessed that they are really not charity workers, that Mr. Pignati in turn admits that Conchetta is not really in California. Tearfully, the lonely gentleman tells them how he and his wife "loved each other...(they) didn't need anyone else...(they) were each other's life". He does not go into details about how she died or where she is buried; he simply reveals to them, while "wiping his tears with (a) large white handkerchief", that "she's dead" (Chapter 9).