The Fuller Street Jewish Cemeteries, Everett, MA

Caretaker's number 774-300-8400

​toll free 833-816-6610

232 Fuller Street Everett MA 02149
774-300-8400
kim@everettjewishcemeteries.com

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Our offices are open Monday - Thursday 9-4 and Friday 9-3.

For the 2017 High Holiday Season (New Year 5778), our offices will be OPEN ADDITIONAL HOURS, Sunday September 17, September 24 and October 1, 9-12 to answer questions, supply maps and locations and help with cemetery complaints, grave issues and memorial issues on our property.  We also have the usual supply of Jewish calendars, yamulkas, water for hand washing and our rest room for those that would like to stop in.

To the modern, interfaith cemetery of Greenview Memorial Park, allowing those  out of the faith to be buried with their families, the Fuller Street Cemeteries services all.

Understanding the high cost of interments we have designated one of our cemeteries for those looking for a budget friendly option in a traditional Jewish cemetery.

From the traditional chapel of the Chevra Thiliam of Boston and Chevra Mishnias of Chelsea Cemetery.

How do you get to the Everett Jewish Cemeteries?

Located ten minutes from Storrow Drive, the Boston Garden and Route 93, 5 minutes from Route 1 and the Revere Showcase Cinemas, as well as 15 minutes from Harvard Street and Beacon Street, Brookline our cemeteries are centrally located from the North Shore, Suburban Boston and the up and coming developments in Chelsea, Revere and Malden.

We Want to Wish All a Very Happy and Healthy 5778

This site is a guide to the more than 25 different Jewish and Interfaith Cemeteries located on Fuller Street, in Everett.

Our cemeteries date back to the early 1900's and represent the various temples, shuls, brotherhoods, organizations and fraternal clubs of Revere, Chelsea, Everett, and Dorchester.  Our large variety of cemeteries cater to all faiths; from the inter married, to the Shomar Shabbas, Orthodox, Conservative and Reform of our faith.  Our main goal, as it has been since 1910, to keep families together, allow them a peaceful, historic and traditional cemetery to remember the generations that came before them.

Here is a list of our more than 25 different cemeteries located on Fuller Street.  This list explains the affiliations and managers of each cemetery.