What services provided by Russian Funeral Home of New York
When someone we love and appreciates leaves this world. All we can do, to honor his or her existence and activity among us, is a decent funeral service, which respects the religious traditions. For all Russian speaking residents of New York City, the Caribe Funeral Home provides affordable low cost funeral services, cremation, gravesite burial, international and domestic shipping that come in accordance with the religious aspects they follow. We offer maximum discretion and make sure that everything it set in place accordingly, so the grieved family won’t have to focus on these things in such difficult times. Our experience, which extends over two generations in our family, recommend us, paying attention to the requests and knowing that needs to be done in every coming minute.
Organizing funeral service
Organizing a funeral is extremely difficult because a great deal of emotions will flow over the entire body and mind of all family members that are implicated. Thus, it is best to allow us to take care of everything, because, as we mentioned previously, we know what the Russian speaking residents requires in such moments of life. So you can be sure that the entire funeral will respect the religion and traditions, being a moment of respect and remembrance for the one that passed into eternity. So don’t hesitate to contact us, at any time of the day, as our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We want to be there for you when you need us the most.
How to find our funeral home
Russian funeral home of New York location is 1922 Utica Ave. Brooklyn NY 11234. Our phone number is (718) 444-1919. All you need to do is give us a sign that you need our assistance, and you will benefit from the best-trained funeral directors in the business, capable of taking care of cremation services, memorials, burials, and other aspects that you may wish to be performed in the memory of your loved one. We will make this moment more comfortable for you and filled with respect for the persons that are no longer with us.