JCGC is preparing to break ground on its new cemetery site at 712 Loveland–Miamiville Road in Loveland. JCGC purchased this 23-acre property in December 2011, to develop as a community cemetery. The site is a convenient location in a good neighborhood, about a mile from the Ward’s Corner exit off I–275. It is less than . . . Read More
Pre-Need Burial Arrangements are those planned and purchased prior to death — often years or decades before the need arises. Purchasing a cemetery lot and making your burial arrangements before the need arises is a gift of love to those you love the most. Pre-Need Burial Arrangement benefits include: Your family will not have to . . . Read More
I was raised in Columbus with a strong sense of community, social justice and the mitzvah of giving back. While I have always had and continue to have a strong interest in community history and development, it was not until I was a law student that I found my passion for real estate, development and . . . Read More
We send our sincere thanks and appreciation to the veterans who served our country. We know that there are many meaningful stories of service in the Cincinnati Jewish community. Comment below with a story about your service or the service of a family member. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com and we can feature the story in a future post. We look forward to learning more about the impact of veterans in our community. #jewishcemeteries... See MoreSee Less
In this video from the Warren County Scouting Showcase, Eagle Scout Ethan Zied shares how he researched and marked Jewish veterans' graves in Greater Cincinnati's Jewish Cemeteries. Hear Ethan's reflections on the impact of his project beginning at 17:12 in the video.
Ethan shares, "I was able to honor 2,500 veterans, some of whom never received recognition for their service in their lifetimes...For the community, the markers silently say 'thank you' for the veterans' dedication. And for the families of veterans, the markers and flags give honor to their ancestors' service." Thank you, Ethan, for your work that has transformed our cemeteries!