FYI, On the yearly memorial date of the death of a parent or child, Jews stand and say a prayer in Temple in remembrance of their dearly departed. It's called The Mourner's Kaddish and is recited in Hebrew- I have included the English translation and Hebrew transliteration. Most non-affilated Jews still find the time to go to Temple to say Kaddish for their dead parents.
1 May His great name be exalted and sanctified is God's great name Yitgaddal veyitqaddash shmeh rabba
2 in the world which He created according to His will! Be?alma di vra khir'uteh
3 May He establish His kingdom veyamlikh malkhuteh
4 and may His salvation blossom and His anointed be near.ad [veyatzma? purqaneh viqarev (qetz) meshi?eh
5 during your lifetime and during your days be?ayekhon uvyomekhon
6 and during the lifetimes of all the House of Israel, uv?aye dekhol bet yisrael
7 speedily and very soon! And say, Amen. a be?agala uvizman qariv ve'imru amen
8 May His great name be blessed yehe shmeh rabba mevarakh
9 for ever, and to all eternity! le?alam ul?alme ?almaya
10 Blessed and praised, glorified and exalted, Yitbarakh veyishtabba? veyitpaar veyitromam
11 extolled and honoured, adored and lauded veyitnasse veyithaddar veyit?alleh veyithallal
12 be the name of the Holy One, blessed be He ,a shmeh dequdsha, brikh hu.
13 above and beyond all the blessings, le?ella (l?ella mikkol) min kol birkhata
14 hymns, praises and consolations veshirata tushbe?ata vene?emata
15 that are uttered in the world! And say, Amen. a daamiran be?alma ve'imru amen