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Park-Like Setting Invites Meditation and Prayers  
(Extracted from an Article in the B'nai Israel Scroll, Feb. 2000)

Our section of spacious park adjacent to the private cemetery road, is clearly marked for visitation.

In two short years since we established B'nai Israel Cemetery at Judean Memorial Gardens our members have purchased more than half the sites currently available.

How we Remember our Dead is a Measure of How We live

B'nai Israel is committed to the truest measure of the quality of life. This tradition is the foundation and cornerstone of B'nai Israel's establishment of a cemetery at Judean Memorial Gardens and the hallmark of how we care.

Judean Memorial Gardens has earned a matchless national reputation for quiet elegance, simplicity and good taste. It is the premier, only privately held-Jewish cemetery in Montgomery County - a serene, attractive, perpetual care memorial park that is and always will be beautifully maintained. It is conveniently located on Georgia Avenue in Olney, Maryland - just 15 minutes driving time from the synagogue and the heart of Rockville.

A convenient turn-around cul-de-sac makes family memorial sites just steps away from the roadway. Beautiful planting and young trees punctuate the grounds and can be viewed from all areas of our cemetery. A Holocaust Memorial, located at the front of the Gardens, is the site of an annual memorial service during the High Holy Days for loved ones and the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust.

Advance Interment Plans Make Sense

Loss of a loved one places a severe emotional burden on families. Selecting a grave site while trying to cope with a loss is a stress that few can handle well. By making these decisions in advance, our families have the opportunity to look at options and preferences without haste and make sound decisions.  

(Extracted from an Article in the B'nai Israel Scroll, Feb. 2000)


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