Funerals and Memorial Services
Zichronam Livracha – May Their Memories be for a Blessing
The greeting to mourners is as follows: HaMakom y’nakhem et-khem. May God comfort you and all those who mourn in Zion and Jerusalem.
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This month we mourn the following losses, listed alphabetically.
Earl Thomas Charlesworth
We offer condolences to his daughter, Debra Charlesworth; son-in-law, Mark Nagel; and grandchildren Ariana, Joseph and, Leland Nagel.
Gertrude S. Deutsch
We offer condolences to her daughter, Laynie Tzena.
Veronica Ann Hegedus
We offer condolences to her son, Stephen Hegedus; daughter-in-law, Jennifer Kaufman; and grandson, Daniel Hegedus.
We offer condolences to his brother, Mark Lehmann; sister-in-law, Kerri Lehmann; nephew, Bobby Lehmann; and nieces Charlotte and Kate Lehmann.
Home of Peace Cemetery in Colma is owned and operated by Emanu-El. We encourage members to pre-plan their arrangements by contacting the cemetery staff. Email: jewishcemeteries-sf.org. Phone: 650.755.4700.
Congregation Emanu-El believes it is important to have a community to reach out to should a member family suffer a loss. At Emanu-El our rabbis and cantor are here to help in that time of need. Not only do our clergy perform funerals and memorial services, but they also provide spiritual counseling if requested.
To reach our clergy regarding a recent loss please contact Terry Kraus at email@example.com or at (415) 750-7552.
To schedule an on-site memorial service please contact Svetlana Leykin at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 751-2541 x123.
Our clergy (if available) can perform on-site non-member funerals/memorial services but there will be an officiating fee and a facility usage fee. For more information please contact Svetlana Leykin at the email or phone number listed above.
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Giving Tzedakah to remember a loved one is a mitzvah.
Please consider making an additional donation to the Emanu-El Life Cycle fund in gratitude for the services our clergy provided during these profound moments. The Life Cycle fund makes it possible for all members, no matter their economic circumstance, to have the services of the clergy during these transitional times in their lives. Donate online or contact the Development Office at (415) 750-7554.