“Cremation is used for about 50 percent of all burials in our area. A crematory at this location better serves the Funeral Directors in the surrounding area because of its convenient location. The turn-around time will be faster.” – Louis Cicalese, Cemetery President
NORTH BERGEN, N.J. (PRWEB) November 05, 2019
Hudson Cemetery & Crematory has recently completed the foundation work for the new crematory as well as the concrete work for a new mausoleum. These renovations are taking place to better serve the families of the surrounding area.
Hudson Cemetery & Crematory currently offers in-ground burial services as well as above-ground crypts. The introduction of the option of a mausoleum as well as the crematory will give families more choices when deciding what is best for their loved one. The crematory and mausoleum will also address the need for more affordable burial options, as well as conserve green space to extend the life of the cemetery.
Upon completion of the crematory foundation, cemetery president Louis Cicalese stated, “Cremation is used for about 50 percent of all burials in our area. A crematory at this location better serves the Funeral Directors in the surrounding area because of its convenient location. The turn-around time will be faster.”
The exterior plans for the new crematory building include stacked stone veneer, stucco and stone exterior siding, dormers, and wood accents. The crematory building will be a visually appealing addition to the cemetery grounds and will help to better serve people in the Northern New Jersey and New York City area.
About Hudson Cemetery & Crematory
Hudson Cemetery & Crematory, otherwise known as Machpelah Cemetery, has served families of all faiths in the Hudson County, New Jersey area. The cemetery offers traditional in-ground internment sites, as well as above-ground crypts. Soon, there will be a crematory and mausoleum as well to better serve the families in the surrounding area. For over 25 years, Louis Cicalese, Cemetery President, has served families of all faiths through multiple cemeteries located in the South Jersey area. Louis Cicalese also serves as an advisor to several non-profit cemetery organizations in New Jersey.