All Caskets offered by the Chapel are Kosher, meaning constructed entirely of wood with Rabbinical certification.
Photos shown below are for representation purpose only as acutal casket shell design may vary.
All caskets come unlined to be furnished by the Chevra Kadisha and finished with a Star of David affixed to the top.
Why Plan Ahead?
Jewish funeral services usually take place shortly after the loss of a loved one. Pre-planning for the funeral allows families that precious time needed to make decisions regarding funeral options without the emotional stress related to the loss. The act of pre-planning also allows one to make one’s personal wishes known.
How do I start?
Starting the pre-planning process can be as easy as your first phone call. Our funeral directors will lead you through the pre-arrangement process. You can be assured that our staff will be attentive to your every need. We will answer any question that you may have and will never pressure you into any decisions.
Do I have to pre-pay?
The most important part of the planning process is just that, planning. You will be given the option of pre-paying, paying over time, or not paying and just making your wishes known.
What are the benefits of pre-paying?
You will have the peace of mind knowing that everything is taken care of and that your family will not have to worry about financial matters in their time of grief. This is not a money saving device. This is a convenience.
Where does the money go?
When you pre-pay funeral expenses, the monies collected will be placed into an FDIC-insured trust account. 100% of your money will remain in your name in the trust until the time it is needed. The Pre-paid Funeral Trust holds money in trust for thousands of individual funeral accounts. The money is pooled and earns the best possible interest because of its size. You can open a trust account with as little as $500 and make payments until the funeral is fully paid.
What happens if I change my mind or I move?
When you pre-pay your funeral expenses, the monies collected will be place into a revocable trust. You can change your mind and cash your money out at any time. If you move the money is fully transferable to any funeral home. If you have gone on Medicaid and the money was placed in an irrevocable trust, the money may not be cashed out. But if you move away, the account can be transferred to a funeral home in your new area.
Why should I pre-plan when applying for SSI/Medicaid?
By pre-planning during the application process for SSI/Medicaid, you will have the opportunity to plan and pay for a funeral out of your own funds, ensuring that the funeral services are to your exact wishes. If you wait until the funds are exhausted and you are relying on the Medicaid benefit to pay for your funeral, the Medicaid benefit is very limited and may not provide for the services you wish for.
Do I have to come to the funeral home?
Our funeral directors will accommodate you, whatever the need. Basic arrangements can be done at the funeral home, by phone, and by mail, or you can fill out the Information Sheet on this website and our staff will contact you.