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Take the Northern State Parkway east which becomes the Veterans Memorial Highway (Route 454). Continue on Veterans Memorial for 2 miles. At the fork, bear left onto Route 347 (Smithtown bypass). Continue 3 miles to Southern Boulevard and make a U-turn at the light. Shalom Memorial Chapel will be on your right.
Take the Long Island Expressway (Route 495) to Exit 53 north (Sagtikos Parkway). Take Exit SM1 (Northern State Parkway) east, then follow the directions above.
Take the Southern State Parkway east to Exit 41A (Sagtikos Parkway), travel north to Exit SM1 (Northern State Parkway) east, then follow directions above.
Take the Long Island Expressway (Route 495) west to Exit 59 (Ocean Avenue) and travel north on Ocean Avenue which becomes Rosevale Avenue. Take Rosevale Avenue to the end, then make a left onto Smithtown Boulevard. Turn right onto Southern Boulevard to Smithtown Bypass (Route 347). Turn left onto Smithtown Bypass. Shalom Memorial Chapel will be on your right.
A Place to Rest
We understand that planning and attending a funeral is taxing. Allow us to offer suggestions to local services so that we may assist with your needs during this time. Here is a list of hotels near the cemeteries we service. We can also help you find a convenient restaurant near your hotel.
Holiday Inn Express
2050 Expressway Drive
498 Broadhollow Road
Hyatt Regency Long Island
1717 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway
Islandia Marriott Long Island
3635 Express Drive North
Melville Marriott Long Island
1350 Old Walt Whitman Road
755 Smithtown Bypass
5000 Express Drive South
Holiday Inn Express Stony Brook
3131 Nesconset Highway
Jewish Cemeteries In Long Island, New York
Shalom Memorial Chapels, Inc has affiliations with many Jewish cemeteries in Long Island, New York, and in New York. We understand that this can be a very difficult time for you and your family, so we do everything we can to make this process easier.
We can help whether you have chosen a specific cemetery or need help choosing one. We can arrange for services and burials at any of the surrounding metropolitan-areas in Long Island, New York Jewish cemeteries.