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Director of Monuments Division
Larry Shor, a native Washingtonian, became Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care’s Director of Monuments in 2015. With decades of sales and customer care experience, he is able to thoughtfully and knowledgably guide families through all phases of a monument purchase.
Larry is 100% involved in all aspects of the process: the initial meeting, preparation of the monument design, securing necessary cemetery permits, and the final installation or unveiling of the monument at the cemetery. Larry personally visits the local gravesites of every client to ensure that the appropriate monument is selected for placement. His caring and personalized service extends throughout the process so that he can confirm that a monument will be delivered on time and in accordance with the customer’s requests. Larry has placed monuments in cemeteries of all faiths in the Washington DC and New York-New Jersey metropolitan areas, each with their own rules and guidelines for monument options.
We believe such attention to detail, knowledge, and committed personal service is rare in today’s world, and is exactly why we appointed Larry Shor as Director of Monuments.
We recognize the significance of assuring Jewish families that their loved one's headstone will faithfully represent their memory. Our dedicated Director of Monuments, Larry Shor, specializes in creating meaningful memorials for Sagel Bloomfield families. Here's how Larry's expertise ensures a true and respectful representation:
Rest assured that your loved one's headstone will be meticulously crafted with precision and sensitivity. Our unwavering commitment to excellence, combined with Larry Shor's fluency in Hebrew and Yiddish, guarantees an exceptional headstone that honors your loved one's memory.
Albert Bloomfield is a third-generation funeral director who previously managed two locations of a family-operated Jewish funeral home in central New Jersey for almost two decades. He is a past-president of the prestigious Jewish Funeral Directors of America trade association. In 2014 Albert was presented with the opportunity to co-purchase Edward Sagel Funeral Directors and Danzansky-Goldberg Memorial Chapel and partner with Ed Sagel. He and his family moved from New Jersey to Potomac, MD in August of 2014. Albert is a board member of JCRC of Greater Washington and a member of the Bender JCC of Greater Washington. Albert and his family are members of Temple Beth Ami in Rockville. Albert is married to Marnee and they have three sons, Max, Daniel and Joseph.
In 1997, while working in New Jersey, Albert started offering monuments at the funeral home he managed. He offered both bronze memorials on granite bases and all granite markers such as footstones, single uprights, double uprights and family markers, benches, estates and many civic group and private business memorials. In 2014, with Albert’s experience and expertise in the monument business, Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care created a monument division. We have now created a new website to further enhance the experience for our families. The community can now rely upon our monument division for fair and honest pricing with superior service and experience, backed by our Funeral Division which has been servicing families for nearly a century.