Hyman was buried next to his first wife Rose in the Rezinoier Progressive Verein section of Jewish Waldheim Cemetery in Chicago. The verein was a landsmanshaftn, or immigrant aid society, associated with Hyman’s home town of Rezhnoy, in the Grodno province of the former Russian Empire.
While the cemetery remains, the verein as an organization no longer exists. It is now managed by the sexton Silverman and Weiss.
The Wisconsin granite slabs, at a height of 4′8″, were made by Kornick Monuments, a small business still owned and operated by the Kornick family in the Rogers Park area of Chicago.