About Sinai Memorials

About Sinai Memorials
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Monuments provide a lasting tribute to a loved one and honor Jewish tradition. Families may feel overwhelmed by the many details involved in creating a proper memorial. There are design and inscription decisions to be made, cemetery regulations, as well as Jewish customs and traditions to consider.

Coordinating Every Decision For Your Family

At Sinai Memorials, we coordinate every decision involved in making the monument, from design to placement, with unique services including:

  • Compassionate service trusted by families for four generations
  • Professional surveys of the cemetery area
  • Rabbinic and technical supervision
  • Experienced artisans who create original monuments or can match or duplicate existing monuments
  • A complete understanding of the regulations of all area cemeteries and burial societies

A monument is a significant purchase that requires many decisions and details. It is very natural to have questions regarding this process. For your convenience, we have tried to answer the most frequently asked questions regarding monuments on our website. Here, you will find information about the time it takes to erect a monument, the placement of the monument and options regarding design and materials. We are also available by email at info@sinaimemorials.com and by telephone at 347-438-0315 to answer any questions you may have.

For over four generations, families have trusted Sinai Chapels to care for loved ones with compassion and respect. Sinai Memorials treats their families with the same level of care and will help you and your family create a unique and lasting tribute to your loved one.

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Let Us Know How We Can Help

We're here for you when you're ready. Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about the monument selection process.