2021 Price List for Funerals/Interments, Interment Rights, Disinterments

2021 Grave Lot Price List.

2021 Funeral Director: Cemetery Information Worksheet for download

2021 Funeral Director: Family Agreement and Price List for Funeral Services for download


2020 Funeral Director: Cemetery Information Worksheet for download

2020 Funeral Director: Family Agreement and Price Sheet Cemetery for download 

2019 Funeral Director: Cemetery Information Worksheet for download

2019 Funeral Director: Family Agreement and Price SheetCemetery for download 

2018 Funeral Director: Agreement Form for download

2018 Funeral Director: Worksheet Form for download

2021 Public Report.pdf List of Interments up to Sept 3 2021 (large PDF data file)

2021 Reserved Lots.pdf List of Reserved Lots up to Sept 3 2021 (large PDF data file)

A Jewish Funeral is a Jew`s Right

Receiving a proper Jewish funeral is so significant and important that many Jews have mandated this in their wills, thereby ensuring that they will be buried in the ways of their ancestors. While one is still alive, one should make it clear to loved ones that his or her funeral must adhere to Jewish tradition.

If one did not leave explicit directions, family or caregivers must ensure that the funeral director will provide the services requeste d (i.e. traditional Tahara — washing and purification of the body, a Shomer — a Jewish person to stay with the deceased until burial, Tachrichim — traditional shrouds, a "kosher" casket, and to be cared for by the Chevra Kaddisha).

Some funeral homes (even those with Jewish sounding names) will not offer these services unless specifically requested (and insisted upon) by the family. That said, responsible funeral directors will go out of their way to accommodate the needs of the family once those needs are made known.

The Dawes Road Cemeteries requires a Jewish Funeral.  Not having a Jewish Funeral arrangement will void any Interment Rights at our Cemetery.


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