Honor their memory. Find a measure of comfort. And never lose your special bond.
Making the Miles Disappear
Losing a loved one is hard. Burying a loved one far away is even harder. Living in a different country than the Kever means that all the rituals that we usually perform are completely out of our reach.
- You can’t visit on the yartzeit.
- You can’t check on the matzeivah’s condition. (Was it properly installed? Are there weeds overgrowing the stone? Have the letters faded away? Was it damaged by the hot sun or sand?)
- You can’t invite the neshama to your next simcha.
- You can’t daven at the kever or connect to and feel close to the neshama.
יקרא דחיי..... יקרא דשכבי...
Six thousand miles means that making arrangements are complicated.
Local workers speak in a different language, have a different culture, and operate on a different time zone. When you’re grieving and need to handle many details, this makes each question and decision that much harder.
B’tzror Hachaim makes sure that the miles
We help you navigate the process of purchasing and installing the matzeivah. We check up on its condition as often as you want, providing the gravesite with the respectful care that it deserves. We visit upon your request, whether bringing a minyan on the yartzeit, placing an invitation for an upcoming simcha, lighting a candle by the kever, or reading a letter from a grandchild. We help you stay connected, find comfort in the rituals and minhagim, and give your loved one the honor that they deserve. We help you be. Right. There.
We make the miles disappear.
How We Work: Providing Honor and Dignity
Step 1. Contact us to provide the kever information.
Step 2. We’ll provide stone options, inscription guidance, and cemetery guidelines.
Step 3. Once your decision is made, we’ll process your order and schedule the installation.
Step 4. We’ll inspect the installation and ensure that the job was properly completed.
Step 5. Find comfort in providing your loved one with honor and dignity.
Feeling the Comfort of Caring Support
You’ve just lost a loved one. Amidst the numbing grief, the kevurah took place in Eretz Yisroel. Six thousand miles away. And now, you need to arrange a matzeivah.
But it’s been the simplest and most comforting task.
The people that are helping you speak your language. They lay out your options clearly. They’re available when it’s convenient for you, during normal hours, and have picked up the phone every time you called.
You thought writing the inscription would be hard, but they offered their assistance, suggesting word choices and phrases that resulted in the most beautiful text, really befitting of your loved one’s special character.
They arranged it all and even inspected the installation, sending pictures so that you could see how honorable and suitable it is.
The comfort you get, knowing that you’ve provided your loved one with the resting place that they deserve is immeasurable.
Who knew that six thousand miles could disappear with just one call?
Never Out of Reach
It’s your parent’s yartzeit. You’ve got a Tehillim in your hand. And you’re sitting in your living room.
No, you’re not at the kever. You honored your parent’s wishes to make Eretz Yisroel the final resting place. And so you can’t be there.
But that’s okay.
Because today, you know that the kever is well taken care of, every detail attended to.
You don’t need to worry about the strong rays of the Israel sun, the heavy rain storms, or the sprouting weeds.
You know that your parent’s kever looks dignified and pristine.
What’s more, you know that there’s a minyan of ehrliche men at the graveside at this very moment, davening and giving the neshama an Aliyah. They’ve even placed an invitation to your Penina’s wedding next week at the kever.
And while you wish you could be there, you feel peaceful And connected.
Your loved one may be far away. But is no longer out of reach.