“You Shall Love Your Neighbor As Yourself” (Leviticus 19:18)
Kronish Funeral Services
Kronish Funeral Services
WE ARE not just another funeral service provider
We are here for you, any hour, any day. We are not like other funeral chapels: we are locally owned and controlled.
We are your neighbors and friends and have deep roots in the Jewish community.... Read More
At Kronish Funeral Services the Jewish funeral is a personalized expression of respect and honor to the deceased. It is an opportunity to support the family to begin the bereavement process by bringing together family, friends, and the larger community.... Read More
SPECIALIZING IN SERVING THE NEEDS OF THE ORTHODOX JEWISH COMMUNITY
Kronish Funeral Services understands the needs of Florida’s Observant Jewish community. We are committed providing cost effective arrangements without sacrificing premier service. Our Traditional Jewish Service Plans simplify the arrangement process and include all the services and merchandise needed for an Orthodox Jewish Funeral.... Read More
OUT OF TOWN DEATH & BURIAL
Call Kronish Funeral Services when a death occurs out of town: we handle all aspects of the funeral, including transportation.
We can also support the deceased's wishes to be buried out of town or in Israel.... Read More
It has been several decades since I used salt on a daily basis. Other than knowing that salt makes tequila taste better, I have never given the popular seasoning much thought. Unfortunately, there was a recent “cooking incident” where I suggested to my wife that we use Epsom salt rather than some sort of gourmet…Read More...
Worried About Developing Dementia or Alzheimer’s? I am reaching an age where everyone I know is worried about developing dementia, Alzheimer’s, or some other degenerative brain disease. In the last two years, two close friends have gotten the bad news: one friend was diagnosed with Parkinson’s and the other with Alzheimer’s. Both individuals are in…Read More...
What Is The Kaddish? The Kaddish is a prayer that is said to honor the memory of a person after their passing. It can be recited during funerals and on the anniversary of the deceased’s passing. There are several versions of Kaddish. The Kaddish is attributed to the High Priest – Joshua. It is said…Read More...
In today’s installment of “life is stranger than fiction,” I discuss the impact of cow and sheep burps on global warming and how scientists are solving the bovine burping crisis We have been told that human consumption of meat is a significant contributor to climate change (it is) but given no solution other than not…Read More...
Why Don’t Jews Have Flowers at Funerals? Tradition When Jews point to tradition to explain a religious or cultural practice, this usually indicates, as confirmed by Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, that no one knows “why” Jews do what they do. I have been a Jew for 62 years (which is a long time),…Read More...
Active Ingredient in Tylenol is…. The active ingredient in Tylenol (known as either acetaminophen or paracetamol) is widely used by pregnant women to alleviate pain and fever. However, new research is pointing to a correlation between Tylenol and altered fetal development that increases the risk of certain developmental problems. And, as you may have guessed,…Read More...
Providing Funeral Services to the Jewish Community of South Florida
Kronish Funeral Services proudly serves the Jewish community of Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Martin Counties, including the cities of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, West Palm Beach, Palm City, Stuart, and the surrounding areas.
Our staff is available 24 x 7 to help you with all your funeral needs.