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AS YOUR COMMUNITY OWNED FUNERAL HOMEWe have compiled these resources to help you in your time of need. If you have further questions, call us at (248) 543-1622.

  • When a Death Occurs

    When a Death Occurs

    When a death occurs, the order in which things need to be done often depends on where the death occurred. That's why we suggest that you ask a friend for help - someone who is more able to think clearly, and give you the support you need.  WE ARE YOUR FUNERAL HOME

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  • Funeral Etiquette

    Funeral Etiquette

    Accepted customs of dress and behavior in a funeral have changed over time, but courtesy never goes out of style. Here's what we'd like you to know about funeral etiquette.

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  • Monuments


    To Honor Your Loved One, Hebrew Memorial Monuments provides Affordable Professional Services to assist you in creating an appropriate memorial or duplicating an existing monument with installations at any cemetery. Memorials are symbolic of life, family and tradition. They help preserve heritage for future generations.

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  • Helpful Links

    Helpful Links

    Here you will find different links to businesses that provide helpful services 1:  Cemeteries  2.  Find A Grave in Michigan      3.  Yahrzeit notice form  4. Jewish Geneology

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    You'll find the answers to some of the most common questions relating to the value of a funeral, or memorial service, the practices of funeral service and funeral home operation.

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  • Don't Text & Drive

    Don't Text & Drive

    Hebrew Memorial Chapel’s “Driving to Distraction” event has occurred every year since 2010 and brings area teens from all over Metro Detroit together to the go-cart track at Paradise Park in Novi and drive under the watchful eye of the Novi Police Department, Novi Fire Department, the Novi EMS and the caring staff of Hebrew Memorial Chapel while trying to text at the same time as driving.  WE CARE ABOUT YOU!

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  • A Perspective on Cremation

    A Perspective on Cremation

    Experts predict that, in the near future, 50% of United States dispositions of human remains will be cremated. Unfortunately this practice has influenced Jewish families as well and more and more are considering this end.  I think it behooves us to look at our Jewish teachings and traditions before such a decision is made and since our reaction to death is really governed by how we lived, lets begin there.

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