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Stanetsky Memorial Chapel

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1668 Beacon St
Brookline, MA 02445
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(617) 391-0410
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No one wants to deal with this, but they did a very nice funeral for a friend's grandmother.

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Very courteous 5/10/2005

No one wants to deal with this, but they did a very nice funeral for a friend's grandmother. more
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A Sacred Trust
Engaged as we are in a profession that so intimately touches the lives of the community, it has always been our very earnest endeavor to perfect a service that would be genuinely helpful. We are mindful of every need, faithful in our observance of every wish, watchful of every detail. The responsibility of conducting every funeral service with reverence and beauty and dignity, we unreservedly accept and honor as a sacred trust. For over 100 years, Stanetsky Memorial Chapels has earned an outstanding reputation for providing dignified, compassionate service to families at their time of need. Stanetsky Memorial Chapels' experienced staff offers reassuring guidance for those who are entrusted with making final arrangements and are an invaluable resource to those not familiar with Jewish burial customs. Taharah (purification) is provided by well known Massachusetts Chevra Kaddisha's (Holy Society), arrangements for a Shmeerah (watching) are made at the family's request, cotton or hand-sewn linen Tachrichim (burial garment) are always available. A large selection of Oron (caskets) are guaranteed free of metal and have been manufactured in a facility that does not operate on the Sabbath. K'vurah (burial) should be as expedient as possible. These all-important customs express the dignity and sanctity of a Jewish funeral. In keeping with Jewish tradition, Stanetsky Memorial Chapels also provides its families with K'reeah ribbons, Yahrzeit Calendars, Shiva benches and Shiva Candles. For those unaffiliated with a Synagogue, our Directors work closely with Orthodox, Conservative and Reform rabbis who conduct dignified Chapel and Graveside services that consoles the family and honors the deceased. Today, we are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. Dignity Memorial providers offer exclusive benefits, including National Transferability of Prearranged Services, the Bereavement Travel Program,

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  • We are a proud member of the Dignity Memorial Network, North America's largest and most trusted network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. With more than 1,800 licensed providers in the U.S. and Canada, the Dignity Memorial brand is...

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  • In Short
    Dignity Memorial ensures that each of their providers maintains the compassion and attention to detail for every client. Their network of funeral homes provides professional...

  • 2/19/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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    24 Hours

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