The largest Jewish mortuary &
cemetery organization in California
Message from the General Manager
At our recent Kever Avot Memorial services, I had the opportunity to speak with several members of our community who joined us to for the first time because their relatives and friends had passed away over this last year. For them, observing these sacred holidays for the first time without their loved ones is an especially emotional experience which evoked bittersweet memories of joy, sorrow, love and special memories, often accompanied by tears.
One woman took the time to express her gratitude for the service and comfort that our staff provided for her and her family, and I was extremely moved by her kind words. Her gratitude reinforced to me that our entire staff remains committed to our company mission statement which reads:
- ”Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries is an organization where genuine care, comfort and service to individuals in the Jewish community is our greatest concern.”
- ”Our mission is to provide personal service that emphasizes a sincere, dignified and responsive environment.”
- ”It is our pledge to perpetuate the memory of the deceased, provide solace to the bereaved and above all, serve the living.”
I am very proud that the Mount Sinai staff continues to assist families every day with the same comfort and caring which we would provide to our own relatives and friends.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with questions, comments or concerns.
Len Lawrence, General Manager
Judaism is a tradition that combines deep wonder about the world with a clear eyed view of the difficulties and tragedies of life. We learned early that each new community must build both schools and cemeteries. Both learning and marking the traditions and lives of our ancestors would sustain us.
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- 1st Day of Rosh Hashanah - September 25, 2014 ~ Park Closed
- Kever Avot - September 28, 2014 ~ 10:00 am Hollywood Hills; 1:00 pm Simi Valley
- Yom Kippur - October 4, 2014 ~ Park Closed
- 1st Day of Sukkot – October 9, 2014 ~ Park Closed
- Shemini Atzeret – October 16, 2014 ~ Park Closed