Anthony Massaroni has been active in funeral service for over 3 decades, serving as a young livery driver, apprentice and embalmer. He has served as a funeral director at Levine Chapels since 1988. In his years at Levine, his priority has been caring for the families the chapel is privileged to serve.
Anthony has been very active in the upkeep of the physical building and its vehicles and, as a distinguished funeral director, has coached the junior and seasoned staff members of the Levine team.
Julie Ellen Berger
Julie has been a funeral director with Levine Chapels since 2008 and is both honored and privileged to assist families and friends with funeral arrangements for their loved one. Prior to becoming a funeral director, she worked at Temple Emanuel in Newton. A life-long member of Temple Aliyah in Needham, Julie has always been involved in the Jewish community through both work and volunteer opportunities.
David R. Decter
Since 1990, David has continued his service to the Jewish community of the Boston area. He has helped families through their times of loss as well as people who plan ahead. David has also taught Jewish burial practices to classes of adults and young adults as part of Jewish life cycle events.
David and his wife have been married for over 45 years. Together, they are parents of 2 sons and they’ve been blessed with 5 grandchildren as well. They now live in Brookline and previously lived in Newton for over 40 years.
Honored with the State of Israel Bonds Unity Award, David and his wife have been members of Temple Emeth in Chestnut Hill for over 40 years. David was Temple Emeth’s former ritual committee chair and past president. He and his rel="noopener noreferrer" wife are also members of Congregation Kehillath Israel in Brookline as well.
David has also been a rel="noopener noreferrer" recipient of the Community Service Award from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York for his years of service to Temple Emeth and his dedication to our community.
Mark has been honored to serve families in the Jewish community since 1987. Mark resides in Bridgewater with his wife and 3 children. Mark enjoys spending time with his family and volunteering in the community.
Robert Eaton Schofield
Robert Schofield has been a licensed funeral director since 1970 and has served the Jewish community for over 4 decades. He has lived in Wayland, Massachusetts, for most of his life.
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