Gutterman’s & Gutterman Warheit Funeral Services
Meeting the Needs of Jewish Families with Compassion, Dignity and Respect
At Gutterman’s & Gutterman Warheit, we have served the Jewish communities in New York and Florida for more than 125 years. We provide funeral, memorial and burial services for individuals and families in all Jewish traditions. For us and for our staff, serving the needs of Jewish families in times of grief and bereavement is a calling. We have been family owned and operated since we opened our firm in 1892. Many of our employees have been with us for decades and some have spent their entire working lives on our team.
We’ll take the time to listen, so that we understand exactly what you want and can honor your wishes. We’ll carefully answer all your questions and work hard to make certain you have the information you need to make the right decision. We are committed to full transparency—we’ll advise you of all potential costs upfront, so there are no surprises.
As a token of our respect and appreciation, we make a donation to the Jewish National Fund, so that a tree can be planted in Israel in the name of your loved one.
A Jewish Funeral Is an Embracement of Life
Information You May Need to Provide
To assist the rabbi and the funeral director, it is helpful to have the following information:
- The name (including the Hebrew name) of the deceased
- The Hebrew names of the deceased’s parents
- The date and place of the deceased’s birth
- The marital status of the deceased
- The deceased’s address
- The deceased’s educational achievements
- Veteran’s discharge papers, if applicable
- The deceased’s Social Security number
- The name and location of the cemetery, including the deed to the cemetery plot
Current and Recent Funeral and Memorial Services at Gutterman’s & Gutterman Warheit
Jewish Funeral Homes in New York and Florida
We have been honored to assist members of the Jewish communities in New York and Florida with the funeral and/or memorial services listed below.
Our Commitment—To Ease Your Burden in Your Time of Loss
At Gutterman’s and Gutterman Warheit, with funeral chapels in New York and Florida, we have provided professional, compassionate and transparent funeral services to Jewish families for more than a century and a quarter. It’s always been a calling for us—we’ve been family owned and operated since we founded our firm in 1892. Our employees take the same approach—many have been with us for decades and some have spent their entire careers helping us serve the Jewish community.
Let Us Lighten Your Load in Your Time of Loss
To learn how we can help you or to retain our services, call one of the numbers listed below. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to support and assist you. We offer worldwide funeral shipping services.
Comprehensive Jewish Funeral Services
At Gutterman’s and Gutterman Warheit, we have a thorough understanding of the rites and customs of the different Jewish traditions. We will be present throughout the funeral process, offering guidance where appropriate and ensuring that all details are handled per your requirements. We will work with you and your rabbi to help you arrange a funeral or memorial service that honors your faith and your loved one. We will help you understand your burial options and will serve as your liaison with cemetery officials. We also offer a wide range of products to complement the funeral or memorial process, including caskets and monuments.
Easing Your Burden in Your Time of Loss
To learn more about the full range of services we offer, visit our services overview page.To speak directly to us or for immediate assistance after the passing of a loved one, call us direct at one of the numbers listed below. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Gutterman’s & Gutterman Warheit — Where Relationships Matter
Family Owned and Operated Since 1892
Q: How do I start the process?
A: The first thing you should do after the passing of a loved one is call your synagogue and inform your rabbi. Your rabbi should provide guidance with funeral arrangements, but will also work directly with your funeral director. Tell your rabbi that you want to have us handle the details. If you don’t have a rabbi, we can help you engage one. Read more
- Stewart Gutterman*
- Michael Jacobson*
- Howard C. Kotkin*
- Robert Sherman*
- Elliott Wolfe*
*Of Blessed Memory
Who will conduct the service? When and where will the service be?
It is important to make these decisions jointly with the rabbi and the funeral director. Do not give friends and relatives the time and place of a funeral or memorial service until both the rabbi and the funeral director have confirmed the time and place. Read more