Funeral Homes in White Lake, NY


Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near White Lake.

Zip codes in the city: 12786.

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Jewish Funeral Home

Founded in May of 1949 by Joseph N. and Anita Garlick, the Joseph N. Garlick Funeral Home Inc. exclusively serves the Jewish community - providing you with unsurpassed knowledge and expertise regarding Jewish Funeral rites, cemeteries and customs.

Joseph N Garlick Funeral Homes

Founded in may of 1949 by Joseph N and Anita Garlick.The Joseph N. Garlick Funeral Home Inc. will help you through the process and will perform the funeral and burial services with dignity and respect and who will console the family in their time...

Applebee-Mc Phillips Funeral

Our firm started serving the needs of the people in the Middletown area in a store front under the name of the Rockafellow Burial Company in 1899. In 1929, it purchased the former Galloway residence at eleven Orchard Street in downtown...

130 Highland Ave, Middletown, NY 10940 -
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William M Gagan Funeral Home

Our funeral home is a independently owned and operated business. We are large enough to give our families the same service as the largest funeral homes around, yet we are small enough that each family receives the level of attention and care they...

Nearby Funeral Homes for White Lake

Applebee-Mc Phillips Funeral
130 Highland Ave
Middletown, NY 10940
Colonial Memorial Funeral Home
21 Canal St
Ellenville, NY 12428
Colonial Memorial Funeral Home
396 State Route 52
Woodbourne, NY 12733
Cornelius Dodd & Connell Incorporated
26 Grove St
Middletown, NY 10940
Dewitt Funeral Home
64 Center St
Pine Bush, NY 12566
Dewitt Funeral Home
65 Center St
Pine Bush, NY 12566
Fantinekill Cemetery
State Road 209
Ellenville, NY 12420
Gley Dyberry Cemetery
Rr 4
Honesdale, PA 18431
Gray Parker Funeral Home Incorporated
100 E Main St
Port Jervis, NY 12771
Gray Rasmussen Funeral Home
3412 State Route 97
Barryville, NY 12719
Gray Rasmussen Funeral Home Incorporated
Route 97
Barryville, NY 12719
Harris Funeral Home
115 West St
Liberty, NY 12754
Henderson Biedekapp Funeral
29 E Main St
Hancock, NY 13783
Herbert C Bryant Funeral Home
29 Pearl St
Livingston Manor, NY 12758
Hillside Cemetery Corporation
50 Mulberry St
Middletown, NY 10943
Jewish Funeral Home
186 Broadway
Monticello, NY 12701
Jewish Funeral Home
388 Broadway
Monticello, NY 12751
Joseph N Garlick Funeral Homes
186 Canal St
Ellenville, NY 12428
Knight-Auchmoody Funeral Home
154 E Main St
Port Jervis, NY 12771
Loucks Funeral Home Incorporated
79 N Main St
Ellenville, NY 12428
Morse Funeral Home Incorporated
33 Railroad Ave
Middletown, NY 10943
Ramsay's Funeral Homes Incorporated
3534 State Highway 55
Kauneonga Lake, NY 12749
Ramsay's Funeral Homes Incorporated
55 Saint John St
Monticello, NY 12751
Ramsay's Funeral Homes Incorporated
275 S Main St
Liberty, NY 12754
Stewart Funeral Service Incorporated
5076 State Route 52
Jeffersonville, NY 12748
Stewart-Murphy Funeral Home
84 School St
Callicoon, NY 12723
Sullivan County Crane Svc Incorporated
294 E Broadway
Monticello, NY 12751
Van Inwegen Kenny Incorporated
401 Broadway
Monticello, NY 12751
Vaninwegen-Kenny Incorporated
111 Sullivan St
Wurtsboro, NY 12790
William M Gagan Funeral Home
1525 County Road 7
Pine Bush, NY 12566

Facts about White Lake, New York

White Lake is a hamlet in the town of Bethel, Sullivan County, New York on the southeast shore of a lake of the same name. It was the closest community to the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969.The community has a post office on New York Route 17B. Its zip code is 12786. Its population in 2000 was reported at 665 and is the largest community in the town of Bethel. The Bethel Town Hall is also located in the community.The lake is reported to be the deepest lake (80 feet (24 m)) in Sullivan County. Residents in the 19th century claimed that the biggest brook trout in the world (8 pounds 14 ounces) was caught in the lake in 1843.According to local lore its name was Native American Kauneonga—meaning lake with two wings (the lake has a Figure 8 layout resembling wings). The White Lake name is said to have come from the white sand beaches on its shores and white bottom. The northern portion of White Lake, formerly known as North White Lake, is now called Kauneonga Lake.A saw mill and grist mill were established at the outlet of the lake around 1804. In 1811 a hotel was established in the community starting a long history of it becoming a resort.The History of Sullivan County reports, \"Physicians frequently send invalids to recover health from its life giving qualities. Instances of recovery almost incredible might be given: so that those who wish to combine rare scenery with healthiness of climate, a sojourn during the summer-months is desirable.\"Writer Alfred B. Street extolled its virtues in his poem \"White Lake\" which includes these lines:Hark! like an organ's tones, the woodsTo the light wind murmurs wake;The voice of the vast solitudesIs speaking to the lakeThe New York Times in 1903 wrote, \"The railroad station for White Lake is either Liberty or Monticello. A picturesque drive over the Shawangunk Mountains brings one to this beautiful lake. The hotels which are on both sides are among the best in Sullivan County. At this place all aquatic sports may be indulged in.\"In the late 19th century large grand hotels including the Mansion House were built on the shores. In the early 20th century grand hotels gave way to bungalow style motels as it became a popular Borscht Belt destination, with more than 24 hotels and camps catering to Jews. Among these hotels was the Fur Workers' Resort (later White Lake Lodge, then Camp Hi-Li) which was initially aimed a furriers. The furriers gave it up after discovering that summer was the busiest season for them.In the 1960s with the Borscht Belt declining various people made attempts to revitalize the area including an attempt by the Monticello Raceway to have harness racing on the frozen lake in the winter.The community is home to one year-round synagogue: Congregation Beth Sinai, open year-round and led by Rabbi Samuel J. Fishbain. There is also a small congregation Temple Beth-El, open from July to the High Holidays. It was also home to the Lapidus bungalow colony which closed in the 1970s and the property was sold to the religious Satmar community which boasts a new large synagogue and mikvah belonging to the Satmar Community of Grand Rabbi Zalman Leib Teitelbaum, who visits on occasion, as his summer residence is in nearby Swan Lake, New York. Grand Rabbi Ben Zion Halberstam, the Bobover Rebbe of 48th st. spends his summers at the nearby Chiel Kurtz Bungalo Colony in White Lake. Nearby, the Klausenberger Hasidic community of Union City, New Jersey also has a bungalo colony with a synagogue and mikvah, where the Zvhiller Rebbe of Union City, New Jersey, spends his summer and conducts a tish weekly. Yeshivas Shor Yoshuv also has a bungalo colony nearby.In 1969, Elliot Tiber, whose parents owned the dilapidated El Monaco Motel on Route 17B, received a permit from the town of Bethel to stage a music festival on the motel grounds. When in July 1969 Wallkill, Orange County, New York refused to issue a permit for the Woodstock Festival, Tiber suggested they use his permit for the concert at the motel. Since the space was too small, the producers then staged the festival on the farm of Max Yasgur about three miles northwest of White Lake.

White Lake Obituaries

It was reported by Peoria Journal Star on March 14th, 2016 that Marjorie E Redington (Dauch) perished in Peoria, Illinois.  Ms. Redington was 87 years old and was born in White Lake, NY.  Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Marjorie E's life.

It was noted by Sullivan County Democrat on July 18th, 2014 that Grace M Thelman (Lee) died in White Lake, New York.  Ms. Thelman was 78 years old and was born in Bayonne, NJ.  Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Grace M's life.

It was noted by Sullivan County Democrat on July 15th, 2014 that Madeline Pritchard (Mulvey) died in White Lake, New York.  Ms. Pritchard was 94 years old.  Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Madeline's life.

It was disclosed by Sullivan County Democrat on June 8th, 2012 that Mary Crawford (Mulvey) passed away in White Lake, New York.  Ms. Crawford was 93 years old.  Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Mary's life.


Bethel is a town in Sullivan County, New York County, New York, United States The population has been estimated at 4,532 in 2007.

The first settlers arrived around 1795 near the present communities of Bethel and White Lake. Highlights of the Center's 2007 season were performances by Lynrd Skynyrd/Marshall Tucker Band, Bob Dylan, Richie Havens/Arlo Guthrie, Earth, Wind & Fire, and repeat performances of The New York Philharmonic and The Boston Pops. The Town of Bethel was brought to the world's attention in 1969 when nearly 500,000 people gathered at Yasgur's Farm for 3 Days of Peace and Music. Woodstock (film) documentary made about Woodstock Festival released in 1970 showed interviews with numerous Bethel residents, including Art Vassmer, co-owner of Vassmers General Store in Kauneonga Lake. The Town of Bethel was established in 1809 from the Lumberland, New York of Lumberland.

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