INDOOR DISPLAY AND MAIN OFFICE
At the IHOP Plaza
The Founding Families
Dobie and Manny Canter, Canter Monuments, merged into Slotnick, Canter, Schneider Memorial Group in 1984
Eugene and Dorothy Slotnick Green and Isadore Slotnick
Our Shop, Circa 1920 Fuller Street, Everett
DISPLAY, OFFICE, MAIN PRODUCTION FACILITY
Between Holy Cross and Woodlawn Cemetery
Though there is no right or wrong prayers for an unveiling, these are common prayers for families to use, they include prayers, psalms and poems we have collected over the years.
An unveiling is an American tradition, not Jewish Law. Our literature on "What is an Unveiling" explains the simple service in detail. In summary, we find, as one of the largest memorial dealers servicing the Jewish community, almost all of our families do some type of unveiling, far more than we have seen over the last 20 years. We find that most families see the unveiling as a place to see the stone, reflect and find the cemetery to be a place for more than just a funeral.
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Please note all memorial pictures are our firm's memorial work, created, laid out, sandblasted and set by our staff. Pictures are taken outside, where the amount of sun, clouds and humidity all effect the true color of the granite, font and design.
We do our best to show the best possible color but depending on the location and time of day it is not possible in all situations. The various angles of each picture is to share the different textures and finishes as well as shape of the memorial.