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Irene Tucker
B: 1931-07-14
D: 2018-01-21
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Tucker, Irene
Hannah Kent
B: 1929-10-09
D: 2017-12-08
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Kent , Hannah
Stephen Brotter
B: 1948-06-25
D: 2017-12-05
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Brotter, Stephen
Ida Goldberg
B: 1919-10-27
D: 2017-11-14
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Goldberg, Ida
Tatyana Bank
B: 1936-03-25
D: 2017-10-05
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Bank, Tatyana
Sidney Krumholz
B: 1918-04-02
D: 2017-10-04
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Krumholz, Sidney
Lilly Teich
B: 1925-04-24
D: 2017-08-11
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Teich, Lilly

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Jewish Funeral Guide

jewish funeral etiquette notebookThere is nothing more important than honoring both family and tradition. When it comes to Jewish funeral traditions & services, the underlying traditional practices all have the same essential foundation: a profound respect for the individual, the family and the place he or she held in the community. At Manhattan Jewish Funeral Home upholding this tradition and way of respecting the deceased by doing everything we can to help families of this community plan an affordable Jewish funeral that is both dignified and memorable. For years, Jewish families have turned to us in times of greatest need for both guidance and assistance.

Jewish Funeral Traditions & Customs

From our Jewish burial service to our Jewish funeral customs, every offering at our funeral home is rooted in the values of this community and the families that call it home.  At Manhattan Jewish funeral home, we believe that planning an affordable Jewish funeral service is not only about price, it is about assisting families in saying goodbye to their loved ones. This section of our website is dedicated to providing Jewish funeral etiquette, helpful information and extensive resources that will afford Manhattan area families the ability to make an informed decision about what end-of-life care options work best. Should you find you still have unanswered questions about the Jewish funeral service, call us at (212) 473-2228 or send us an email to Michael@manhattanjewishfuneralhome.com We are always here to answer questions and provide assistance in any possible way. 

Jewish Funeral Customs
Learn about Jewish funeral customs such as a Jewish funeral service, the mourning period & more.
Yahrzeit Observances and Calendar
Yahrzeit marks the yearly anniversary of a death and takes place in different home. To learn this tradition, click here.
Jewish Funeral Process
Many people of the Jewish faith believe that music & flowers are accepted at a Jewish funeral. Learn more about the faith and what to expect at the cemetery.
Jewish Cremation Services
Our Jewish funeral home in Manhattan is pleased to offer Jewish cremation services. Learn about this alternative care option that follows Jewish law.
Judaism & Cremation
Many people wonder if someone of the Jewish faith can be cremated. They also wonder if Jewish cemeteries will bury cremated remains. We have these answers for you & more.
Jewish Mourning Customs
Learn about the 3 Jewish Mourning Customs. These traditions are very strict and and allow for a full expression of grief.