A Jewish Tradition for over 125 Years. Always Independent and Family Owned. Compassionate and Comprenesive Funeral Services in New York and Florida.
Funeral Directors Since 1892.
At Gutterman's and Gutterman Warheit, we have worked with Jewish families in times of bereavement since 1892. We consider our services a calling-we have always been family owned and operated. We understand the emotional upheaval that accompanies the death of a loved one. Our first priority it to listen-to learn what you need, what your traditions are and how you want to honor the life of your loved one. We have a comprehensive understanding of the unique funeral rites and customs in all Jewish traditions. We'll carefully answer all your questions and give you as much information as we can, so that you are well-prepared to make the right decisions. Monuments: Your loved one has died and you want to honor their memory with a monument on their grave. How do you choose the right one? What are the different types of monuments? Are there restrictions within the different Jewish traditions with respect to monuments? Do the different cemeteries have their own restrictions? At Gutterman's and Gutterman Warheit, we will work closely with you to select and purchase a monument that meets all rules and restrictions for cemeteries in New York, New Jersey and in and around Boca Raton, Florida. We will confirm in advance that your monument is in compliance and will be your liaison in all interactions with cemetery officials. Because of our longstanding relationships with monument manufacturers, we offer a great deal of flexibility when you're choosing a monument. We know that nothing can do more to honor a life well lived than a granite footstone, headstone or other monument. The monuments we offer are carefully handcrafted to your specifications by professional craftsmen with years of experience. Caskets: Selecting the right casket for your loved one is a deeply personal and highly emotional experience, with many factors weighing into the decision. You want to properly honor your loved one and you need to pay attention to the specific customs and rites of your tradition. It's the final resting place for the departed, the last thing you'll ever buy for them. But cost is a factor as well. We offer a range of options to meet the needs of the Jewish community. All caskets are of the highest quality, meticulously built by experienced, professional craftsmen. We offer a range of options, including simple pine coffins and can ensure that the casket contains no metal, consistent with Jewish tradition. Worldwide Shipping: It happens on a regular basis-your loved one passes, but the memorial service or burial is planned for another part of the country or another part of the world. The process of transporting your loved one can be complex and emotionally draining. Let our experienced professionals ease your burden. We have a thorough understanding of mortuary transportation logistics, and can help you ensure the timely and secure shipment of your loved one anywhere in the world.