There are normally three components of the funeral account.
- Removal of the deceased from where they have died at any time, bearers, vehicle and facilities in removal of the deceased to our Chapels of Rest,
- Arrangements and attendance of funeral director and staff at the Funeral Home, residence, Church, cemetery or crematorium,
- Helping the family to publish announcements of the funeral arrangement, choose a coffin, flowers and appropriate church music.
Providing black ties, condolence books and stands, sympathy card wallets and umbrellas as needed.
- Removal of coffin in to Church or home including provision of hearse and attendance of funeral director and staff,
- Arterial embalming, hygienic treatment as deemed necessary,
- To prepare and polish a suitable coffin, as chosen by the family, fitted with engraved nameplate and brassed furniture,
- Provision of hearse (and chauffeur driven limousine if requested) for conveyance of the coffin to the place of committal or cremation,
Our professional attention throughout the arrangements, including use all the Funeral Home facilities if required, the chapel of rest, the arrangements interview and administration.
Next is the particular coffin or casket as chosen by the family.
Finally as a service to our clients, we will pay the various costs associated with the funeral on your behalf. These payments to others generally include:
- Paying Church and Clergy offerings, including the Sacristan, Parish Clerk or Church Sextant
- Musicians playing at the Church, Funeral Home, Crematorium or elsewhere
- Floral tributes or family wreaths
- Grave opening costs, grave-digging, grave purchase where possible and Cemetery Caretaker stipend
- Obituary announcements on Radio, the Internet or Newspaper
- Cremation Fees & Crematorium Charge
- Coroner or Doctor’s Charges when required
- Printing costs, certain Catering costs.