Profile: Shalom Funeral Center
Shalom Funeral Service was born over a decade ago at the request of a number of prominent Rabbis in Denver. These Rabbis felt that while there were mortuaries that served the Denver Jewish community, none were truly focused on Jewish religious tradition and practices. Jewish tradition cherishes life. Nevertheless, Judaism is concerned about the honor and respect due to the deceased. (Kavod Ha-met) Jewish tradition is also vitally concerned for the mental, emotional and spiritual well being of the living and the requirement of extending comfort to them. Shalom was created to fulfill those needs. We understand that families are very vulnerable at the time of grief and we dedicate ourselves to honorably represent the needs of your family during this very difficult time. We invite you to visit our modern facilities, meet our staff, and compare. Our Taharah and Shomer facilities, located at 1091 South Colorado Boulevard, have been inspected and received Rabbinical Approval. We offer a full range of options to the Jewish families we are privileged to serve and we believe we offer the ideal combination of economy and quality. We are honored to be members of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America and to meet their high standards. We continue to be proud affiliates of Horan and McConaty Funeral Service, Colorado’s only Funeral Service Recipient of the Colorado Ethics in Business Award. Please contact us for further information. You will find our staff to be compassionate, knowledgeable, and respectful of all Jewish traditions and practices. We never turn away anyone with limited financial resources. We offer full Taharah and Shomer facilities, which hold ritualistic importance in the Jewish funeral rite. These facilities are kept kosher and are reserved exclusively for the use of members of the Jewish faith.
Gary Tessler is the licensed funeral director on staff. This location was a Best of Colorado 2018 Business Choice Runner Up. Shalom Funeral Service also comes recommended from Steve Feldman, President of the East Denver Orthodox Synagogue for their adherence to Jewish customs.
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Map: 1091 South Colorado Blvd., Denver, Colorado
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