Peaceful garden setting at Schlossberg Memorial Chapel, Canton

The primary responsibility of the Schlossberg Solomon Memorial Chapel is to provide service based on respect, trust and dignity.

Just as there is a way to live as a Jew, so there is also a way to die and be buried as a Jew. A Jewish funeral honors the dignity of the deceased and provides comfort and consolation to the survivors. Families practice these rituals in different ways.

Our licensed professional staff offers services which meet the needs of the entire spectrum of the Jewish Community, from the Traditional (Orthodox), under the strict supervision of the Chevra Kadisha, to the Conservative and Reform, as well as the non-denominational and interfaith.

Our staff has the experience and knowledge to educate and assist families with selecting appropriate options for their needs including: transfer of remains from or to other states and countries (such as Israel), obtaining death certificates, publishing funeral notices, making cemetery arrangements, and pre-need planning.

We have professional arrangements with independent funeral homes in Florida (east and west coasts), New York, California, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore, and others. With one call (24 hours a day) to (781) 828-6990 or (800) 828-6993 and we will make all the necessary arrangements.

The essence of any Jewish Funeral may include:

  • Chapel Service
  • GravesideService
  • Cremation
  • Visitation
  • Memorial Sevice
  • Hearse
  • Limousines
  • Casket
  • Vault
  • Temporary Grave Marker
  • Register Book
  • Yahrzeit Calendar & Updates
  • Death Notices in Newspaper
  • Tahara (ritual cleansing and dressing)
  • Shmira (guardian or watcher)
  • Tachrichim (burial garments)
  • Direct Immediate Burial
  • Burial in Israel
  • Benches
  • Seven-Day Shiva Candles
  • Talis (prayer shawl)
  • Memorial Plaque
  • Acknowledgement Cards