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A Tradition of Service


Segal Funeral Home was established in May of 1986 as Beth David Chapel. Charles D. Segal, then 23 years old, owned and operated Beth David Chapel. In a very short period of time, he knew he had found a home. The community embraced his concept of personalized service and accountability. 


As was the trend in the early 90's, he sold the funeral home and Beth David Chapel became a part of a group of funeral homes owned by a corporation. After a brief sabbatical, Charles returned to Beth David and served as manager where he continued to serve "his" families for the next seven years. "There were challenges trying to fit our specialized service into the corporate structure," stated Segal. 


Having always regretted selling his funeral home, he was grateful when in 2004 the opportunity came to buy his company back. On October 29, 2004, nearly 10 years to the day of his selling Beth David Chapel, the acquisition was finalized. Beth David Chapel was once again family owned and operated by Charles Segal. 


Segal Funeral Home, Beth David Chapel has a reputation of providing dignified service with compassion during their 20-year history. Recent changes include a complete renovation of the facility and the name change. "To me, the name change to "Segal Funeral Home" marks another advance in accountability and personalized service," Segal says. 


Monuments

Monuments for any cemetery are available through Segal Funeral Home - Beth David Chapel.

Please call our monument specialist Jeffrey Rosenthal at 1-813-874-3330 or email him at jeffrey@segalfuneralhome.com for an appointment to discuss your personal needs.

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From left to right: Rabbi Kenneth Berger, Rabbi Samuel Mallinger, Lou Gordon, Cantor William Hauben, Charles Segal, Rabbi Yossie Dubrowski, Irving Garber and Rabbi David Rose affixing mezuzzah in 1986

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