IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
The following guidelines will be in place,
as per the State of Illinois as of February 2, 2021:
Dear community, our hearts and thoughts are with all of you during these difficult and challenging times. Chicago Jewish Funerals is honored, privileged and humbled to have served our community for more than two decades. We know the importance of safely caring for anyone arranging or attending a funeral service. As all of us are forced make adjustments during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are doing our best to allow families to safely and respectfully participate in the funeral customs and rituals of our people.
As we transition into the next recovery Phase of COVID-19, Chicago Jewish Funerals will once again be able to offer chapel services in our Skokie and Buffalo Grove funeral homes.
Buffalo Grove Chapel services will be limited to 25 people.
Skokie Chapel services will be limited to 50 people.
All attendees must be masked without exception.
Chicago Jewish Funerals will supply masks to all attendees.
Chicago Jewish Funerals is taking special precautions and procedures to routinely disinfect and clean all areas of the funeral home.
Social distancing is still in effect at all times.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
David I. Jacobson
Chicago Jewish Funerals
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.
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