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Well-Rounded Funeral Home, specializing in Jewish services

Jewish Funerals, something we specialize in

The Jewish funeral rite can be explained with the words, “in simplicity there is dignity.” We have served as the Jewish funeral directors of choice for the greater Trenton – Princeton area for over 50 years, and have close relationships with all the area synagogues and clergy.

For those who are unaffiliated with a congregation, we can arrange for a rabbi to officiate at any service, and to speak with the family prior to that service. A Jewish funeral is not something that should be reserved for the observant, and we are here to explain the traditions and significance to the uninitiated. Both of our directors are available for house calls, and will patiently explain the burial customs of the Jewish people, so that each family can make informed decisions about what is right for them.

Our services are not constrained by geographic area. We travel to cemeteries near and far, including the New York City area and Long Island. Our commitment to our community as Jewish funeral directors is evident in our strong ties to area agencies and organizations.

We have dedicated facilities for tahara and shmira, and offer a wide selection of orthodox all-wood-construction caskets. We proudly work with the all-volunteer chevra kadisha of Mercer County. Arrangements can be handled nationwide and worldwide as needed.

We are a member of Kavod: Independent Jewish Funeral Chapels, as well as the Mercer County Funeral Directors Association.

Congregations that we often serve:

Mercer County

Congregation Beth Chaim

   West Windsor

The Jewish Center


Adath Israel Congregation


Har Sinai Temple


Beth El Synagogue

   East Windsor

Temple Micah



Bucks County, PA 

Congregation Brothers of Israel


Shir Ami


Congregation Kol Emet


Congregation Beth El of Bucks County


Kehilat HaNahar, the Little Shul by the River

   New Hope


Jewish Funerals – serving these areas, and beyond:

Ewing, NJ
Trenton, NJ
Princeton, NJ
Lawrence, NJ
Hamilton, NJ
West Windsor, NJ
East Windsor, NJ
Pennington, NJ
Hopewell, NJ
Monroe, NJ
Flemington, NJ
Lambertville, NJ
Bordentown, NJ
Yardley, PA
Newtown, PA
Langhorne, PA
New Hope, PA
Levittown, PA

Cemeteries we often visit for Jewish Funerals:

  • Ewing Cemetery (Har Sinai Temple, also an unaffiliated Jewish section)

(Ewing Township, NJ)

  • Fountain Lawn Memorial Park (Adath Israel Congregation, Hebrew Gardens)

(Ewing Township, NJ)

  • Greenwood Cemetery

(Hamilton Township, NJ)

  • Princeton Cemetery

(Princeton, NJ)

  • Floral Park/ Washington Cemeteries (The Jewish Center of Princeton)

(South Brunswick, NJ)

  • Mount Lebanon Cemetery (Congregation Beth Chaim)

(Iselin, NJ)

  • Beth Israel Cemetery/ Woodbridge Memorial Park

(Woodbridge, NJ)

  • Cemeteries on Cedar Lane, Pitman Avenue (Ahavath Israel, Brothers of Israel, Brith Sholom, Workers of Truth, Workmens Circle, Workmens Mutual Aid, People of Truth)

(Hamilton Township, NJ)

  • Brigadier General William C. Doyle Veteran’s Cemetery, “Arneytown”

(Wrightstown, NJ)

Pennsylvania –  Jewish Funerals

  • Washington Crossing National Cemetery

(Newtown, PA)

  • Roosevelt Memorial Park

(Trevose, PA)

  • King David Memorial Park

(Bensalem, PA)

North Jersey and New York  Jewish Funerals

  • Cedar Park Cemetery

(Paramus, NJ)

  • Sharon Gardens

(Valhalla, NY)

  • Baron Hirsch Cemetery

(Staten Island, NY)

  • Beth David Cemetery

(Elmont, NY)

  • New Montefiore/ Wellwood Cemetery/ Beth Moses Cemetery

(Pinelawn, NY)

  • Mount Lebanon Cemetery

(Glendale, NY)

  • Mount Ararat Cemetery

(Lindenhurst, NY)

  • Mount Hebron Cemetery

(Flushing, NY)

  • Mount Carmel Cemetery

(Ridgewood, NY)

  • Montefiore Cemetery

(Springfield Gardens, NY)

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