Introducing the new Levinson’s Pre-Planning Guide.
This comprehensive resource contains detailed information about the funeral selections, location of vital documents, space to write down important information to be used in the eulogy, resources for families to … Continue reading →
With the New Year less than a week away, we are gearing up for Rosh Hashana by sharing some of our favorite recipes and traditions. We know that our team here couldn’t do what we do without the help and support of our families, and traditions are important to us. … Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered why Jews leave stones at the graves of their loved ones? Our Jewish faith teaches us to respect, mourn, remember, and care for the dead. Leaving stones at your loved one’s grave is a way of doing just … Continue reading →
Kriah is the tradition of rending garments to represent the tear in your heart when losing a loved one. It is a way to show outwardly that you are in mourning. Originally, people tore their clothing to represent their loss, but today we sometimes use a black ribbon … Continue reading →
ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE FUTURE? It can be hard to discuss what happens when you or a family member needs skilled nursing care or passes away. But taking time to explore and make decisions … Continue reading →
Over the last several weeks, we have posted this series of videos regarding Jewish mourning rituals to our Facebook page. If you haven’t done so already, take a look! They are very informative and original. If you have questions regarding Jewish funerals or mourning practices, please contact us, we are … Continue reading →
In the Jewish faith, there are many ways to celebrate, honor and commemorate the life of a loved one and perpetuate their legacy for future generations. Planting a tree in their memory is a time-honored tradition that is symbolic and heartfelt, and a very common and appropriate way to … Continue reading →