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Sunday-Friday 8:00-4:30

Closed for Shabbat
and Jewish Holidays


September 10, 2018 Rosh Hashanah-1st Day
September 11, 2018 Rosh Hashanah-2nd Day 

September 19, 2018 Yom Kippur

September 24, 2018 Sukkot-1st Day
September 25, 2018 Sukkot-2nd Day

October 1, 2018 Shemini Atzeret
October 2, 2018 Simhat Torah








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Jewish tradition clearly requires that we give our loved ones a proper burial. But even more than a “proper” burial, our hearts long to honor those whom we have lost by performing deeds large and small in their memory.

To this end, the beautiful Clover Hill Park Cemetery offers families the perfect opportunity to respectfully lay their loved ones to rest, as well as a serene setting in which to fondly recall cherished memories. With a commitment to Jewish tradition and an openness to today’s modern Jewish family, Clover Hill Park Cemetery takes seriously the mitzvah (sacred obligation) of kavod hamet (honoring the deceased).

Ever since the days of Abraham and Sarah, the Jewish People have ensured that their loved ones are properly taken care of in death as in life. By choosing Clover Hill Park Cemetery, one continues in that loving tradition that dates all the way back to the Torah itself. May those who have entered the gateway of the grave be granted peace and rest in life eternal, and may we do all that we can to honor their memories in the land of the living.

- Rabbi Aaron Starr


The staff of Clover Hill Park Cemetery is available to help guide loved ones through the process of understanding the rules and practices of the Jewish Tradition relating to the end of life matters.

We are here to help you face the trials of death so you are better informed and prepared whether you are planning for the future or have an immediate need.

More than three generations of Jewish families from the Metropolitan Detroit area have relied on Clover Hill Park Cemetery to honor and memorialize their loved ones.  Clover Hill Park provides cemetery services with the respect and sensitivity that is dictated by our heritage and tradition.

The cemetery is a 60 acre site conveniently and centrally located in Birmingham, Michigan for easy access from anywhere in the Detroit area.


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