HFPJC is proud to launch the renovation of the Rachov Ohel, its 11th project this season, despite the challenges and obstacles faced by Covid-19. Our workers operated safely and efficiently to advance the various cemetery projects while ensuring that their health isn't compromised. Thus, we have merited to execute renovation and preservation in eleven cemeteries so far, with more slated to start soon.
The historical cemetery in Kasho, Slovakia, resting site of a host of venerated rabbis and scholars, underwent a series of important renovations, generously sponsored by descendants and followers. A substantial part of the wall was rebuilt, a lot for parking and a pathway was paved, and the ohels of the rabbis have begun a thorough renovation.
The ohel of the revered Rabbi Eliezer and his son Rabbi Shlomo Zucker zt"l is being redone beautifully, a project sponsored by the descendants. It is a true inspiration to watch the steady progress of this intricate work, and its completion is being anticipated.
After months of tedious work, the Marghita cemetery in Romania is now fully restored. The cemetery boasts a beautiful new wall, newly re-erected gravestones with fresh, concrete foundations, and an impressive new ohel. Descendants visited the cemetery upon completion to see the work from close up and to light candles at the newly restored gravesites of their ancestors.
A brand new matzeva is placed in one of the three newly built ohels in the cemetery of Kobrin, Belarus, commemorating the revered Rabbi Moshe of Kobrin zy"a.
The HFPJC team is prepared to service all your cemetery-related needs.