Helping Families and Friends Honor Their Loved One

2605 W 70 1/2 STREET, RICHFIELD, MN 55423



Yehuda R. Polter, Superintendent



United Hebrew Brotherhood provides Jewish burial for any person of the Jewish faith or converts to Judaism. A separate section is available to accommodate interfaith burials. Burial or scattering of cremated remains is NOT allowed anywhere in the cemetery. If evidence of same is found, the cemetery will pursue corrective action and seek damages from anyone found responsible for such action. Please DO NOT bury or scatter ashes anywhere in the cemetery.


Perpetual care is general upkeep and maintenance of cemetery grounds.  Regular perpetual care DOES NOT include maintenance to monuments or markers.  For environmental reasons, the cemetery does not utilize an in-ground sprinkler system. Depending on natural rainfall, some recently dug grave sites may take up to 3-5 years to fully establish fully green turf.  Periods of drought may complicate or delay this process. 

 Memorials brought into the cemetery are the responsibility of the memorial purchaser, family or next of kin. Cemetery is not responsible for damage to memorials. Depending on the quality and depth of concrete monument foundation work when first installed, over time some monuments may lean or fall over requiring a new foundation or re-setting to remain level.  Markers may settle and become covered over with grass and may not be fully visible unless re-set.  Contact Michael J. Morris, LLC to discuss your concern.          612-998-0077 (independent contractor).



A chapel is available for use during burial services. Capacity: 225


Annual flower planting services are available. Contact Newburg Contracting, Inc. 612-919-6400 (independent contractor.)

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