Beth El Memorial Park
Our Memorial Park has nine landscaped gardens, one of which is set aside for inter-married families. The beautiful outdoor Tony Weil Mandel Memorial Chapel is located on the grounds for the convenience of visitors. We are open during daytime hours except for the Sabbath and Jewish holy days.
All lots are maintained under a vigorous program of perpetual care with a one-time charge to purchasers. Our services include helping families place memorial markers, flower urns and other commemorative items.
Many families choose to purchase lots well in advance of a time of need. This relieves families of an added burden during an emotionally stressful time. Individual or family plots may be purchased with convenient payment plans. For more information, please contact Ben Kreshtool at [email protected]; Yvonne Epstein at [email protected] or call us at 410-484-0411.
- The Jewish Funeral & Advance Planning - Sunday, September 15 at 10:00 a.m. in the Soul Center
- Beth El Memorial Park Open House - Sunday, September 22, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
- Annual Service of Remembrance - Sunday, October 6 at 10:30 a.m.
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Holocaust Memorial at Beth El Memorial Park
Beth El now offers a unique opportunity to memorialize family and friends who perished during the Shoah. Renowned Israeli Artist Yaacov Heller developed a one-of-a-kind sculpture which was donated by Brenda Weil Mandel and Louis Frock on September, 2016 in memory of their family members who perished in Auschwitz and Buchenwald and to honor those who survived.
Plaques are available for purchase for $500.
If you are interested in purchasing a plaque, contact the Beth El office at 410-484-0411. Checks can be mailed to Beth El, Attn: Holocaust Memorial.
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