The Jewish Funeral Services at Gutterman’s & Gutterman Warheit
There are many factors that go into choosing a casket, particularly for the burial of a member of the Jewish community. Among the longstanding traditions are the frequent use of a plain pine coffin (symbolizing that we are all equal in the eyes of God) and the absence of any metal in the casket, so it will organically breakdown.
At Gutterman’s and Gutterman Warheit, we understand that there are different needs and traditions, so we offer a number of options to the Jewish community in Florida. Our caskets are all of the highest quality, carefully constructed by expert craftsmen. There are a variety of woods from which to choose, including simple pine coffins, and we can ensure that the casket has no nails, screws or other metals.
Serving the Needs of Jewish Families Since 1892
At Gutterman’s and Gutterman Warheit, we consider our services to be a calling. We have been family owned and operated since we opened our firm. Some of our team members have been with us for more than 30 years and many are career employees.
We understand that the most important thing we can do is listen, so that we can identify your needs and traditions, and help you arrange a funeral that pays proper respect to your loved one. We know you’ll have questions—we’ll provide timely and clear answers and work hard to ensure that you have all the information you need to make the right decisions.
In honor of your loved one, we will make a donation to the Jewish National Fund, so that a tree can be planted in Israel in his or her name.
We also offer worldwide funeral shipping services.
Gutterman's & Gutterman Warheit — Where Relationships Matter
Family Owned and Operated Since 1892