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The Way It Should Be
It should be, first and foremost, about service. It should be personalized and compassionate. It should be about commitment. It should be from people who work and live right here, in our community. It should be about having a service where you want it: chapel, synagogue, or graveside. It should be about being able to pre-plan for your family. It should be about the way you want to mourn.
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Chicago Jewish Funerals opened its new chapel in Skokie. The 15,000 square foot chapel, located at 8851 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL, includes two elegantly simple, light-filled chapels. Each chapel is equipped with monitors and sound systems to accommodate multimedia presentations, photos montages and musical tributes. The new building also includes a Mikva and a Kohain building. The handicapped accessible building places all public spaces, chapels, arrangement rooms and casket selection rooms on the main floor. Services and support will continue in our Buffalo Grove Chapel. More information in News
In August 1997, David Jacobson founded Chicago Jewish Funerals because he believed there was a need to provide a service that was attentive to the needs of the bereaved as it was to the strong traditions of the Jewish people.
Our team of dedicated, compassionate funeral directors live and work in the community. Read their profiles and and learn about their commitment.
THE RESOURCES YOU NEED.
Chicago Jewish Funerals works with families at the most vulnerable time in their life. This is both a responsibility and an honor we take very seriously. In this section we detail the special resources we make available to families and identify the many community resources that are related to our work.