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March 28, 2013 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-03-28

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When God created Adam, He said , "See how
beautiful and praiseworthy all of My works
are? Think of this, and do not corrupt or
destroy my world; for if you corrupt it, there
will be no one to set it right after you. "

Ecclesiastes Rabbah 7:13

Hebrew Memorial Park is proud to announce the
opening of our new nature preserve cemetery,
Hebrew Memorial Gardens.
Here, in five acres of pristine woodland, gravesites
will be located in a beautiful green setting defined by
meandering pathways and quiet hollows.
Hebrew Memorial has developed this site in strict
adherence to both Jewish Law and the highest
certification standards set forth by the Green Burial
Council — an independent, nonprofit organization
focused on protecting our precious natural areas by
encouraging environmentally responsible burials.
Family circles, companion plots and individual sites
are available. Please contact us for more information.


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conservation burials in
a natural park setting



natural preserve located within Beth Moses Cemetery at Hebrew Memorial Park.
20711 Masonic Blvd., Roseville, Michigan 48066-1184
248-543-1622 ,

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