I want to thank you and your staff for all you did at Jack’s funeral. Every detail was taken care of with such finesse and dignity. Everyone on your staff was so caring, and that meant so much to all of us. My heart is filled with gratitude, and Jack would have said, “Well done.”
With deep appreciation.
As I come upon my mother’s yahrzeit, I can’t help but think of all the wonderful support I had while coming back to St. Louis during a very difficult time. You were a major part of that great support and I can’t say enough about you and Rindskopf. I get the sense that had I stayed in St. Louis all these years, we would have been buddies!
Thanks for everything.
I wanted to write to you and thank you for the great service my family and I received from your company and, particularly, from Craig, in connection with the passing of my father. At a time which you well know can be difficult for the family, the prompt response of Craig was most appreciated. Craig dutifully held our hands and made the burial process as painless as possible. You should be proud. You will have a fine successor.
Once again, thank you.
Thank you for the donation you made to the Jewish Food Pantry in memory of my dad. He was a wonderful man who will be missed by many. I could never have made it through this very difficult time without all your help and support. You all were and continue to be amazingly terrific. Our family thinks everyone should use Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel!
Thank you again for everything!
Thank you so much for your kindness and professional handling of the funeral services for my father. Everything went so smoothly, and for that we were all most appreciative! The articles in the newspaper were well done and Dad would have been proud.
His pre-planned funeral arrangements made everything easier for us, and we believe everyone should invest in pre-need arrangements to ease their difficult times. Dad chose the right funeral chapel to handle all the arrangements.
Thanks from all of us!
-Joan, Michael and Barbara
Thank you so very much for your thoughtful contribution to the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry in my aunt’s memory. Your memorial is in keeping with her own wish to reach out to those in need in the St. Louis Jewish Community. Thank you also for all your help and kindness in guiding us through the funeral arrangements. Your concern for our comfort at our time of sorrow was clearly evident and very much appreciated.
I wanted to express my gratitude and thanks for the complete and dignified way you “folks” handled my “wife’s” funeral. You helped make the “worst time” in my life bearable. Your attention to detail and quick responses to my many questions was great!! Now I know my “extended family” is far larger than I ever imagined!!
Just wanted to "Thank You" for everything you did to help us give mom a very nice funeral.
Your kindness and support really meant a lot to us. Everything went so well--even the weather.
I wish there were more people around like you--stay healthy.
-Rick, Jayni, Wendy and Lou.
On behalf of our family, we wish to express our gratitude and appreciation for the services provided by Rindskopf-Roth during our time of travail and loss. Every detail of the arrangements for the funerals and shiva weeks was attended to with the utmost care and sensitivy.
At a time of change and consolidation and the provision of funeral arrangements, it is reassuring to know that Rindskopf-Roth continues to serve the needs of the Jewish community in a manner that preserves the dignity of our tradition.
Please share this note with the members of your staff, and as appropriate, with the trustees of New Mt. Sinai, who also gave us the maximum degree of care in our hour of need.
With every good wish.
I wanted to drop you a short note to let you know how much everyone appreciated the way you orchestrated Joan’s funeral. At a time when we were all under great stress and overcome with sadness, everything was done so well. It enabled all of use to avoid any internal family bickering about details, or recriminations over who was responsible for things going wrong.
Nothing, absolutely nothing, went wrong, from our first meeting in your office to the drive away from the cemetery. You should also be commended for the limousine service which was timely, comfortable and in charge of extremely courteous drivers (one of whom, interestingly, had never witnessed a Jewish funeral before), and—whether it is you or the United Hebrew Cemetery—for the professional way in which the casket was lowered and the equipment moved away.
Having seen the way your organization has handled my sister, my parents, my grandparents, and too many other relatives, and having experiences in other cities to compare, I am not sure that the St. Louis Jewish community truly appreciates the service which you provide to it.
I you wish both the best.