The initial face to face meeting with your funeral director is called an arrangement. The arrangement can take place at a convenient place either in your own home or at our office. The role of the funeral director is to assist in the practical aspects of the funeral and to liaise with all the relevant people on your behalf. The traditional role of a funeral director is to simply transfer the deceased and prepare the body. The ceremonial aspects were generally organized by the family and clergy.
Nowadays, the funeral director is able to manage and coordinate all aspects of the funeral for you. They plan when and where the ceremony will take place and assist in all the celebratory aspects which will reflect the life of the deceased.
Our role is to alleviate you of some emotional burden so you can spend as much time as possible dealing with your personal grief with your loved ones.
Funeral planning can be a very stressful and emotional experience. Often, the person in charge of making the funeral arrangements are grieving, and may not have a clear understanding of the wishes of their deceased loved one. You may not have made funeral arrangements before and may be unfamiliar with the requirements. Whatever your situation, needs, or budget, you can rest assured of our attention to personalised service at all times.
The professional funeral services provided at Funerals of Compassion are provided with integrity and compassion towards your needs and emotions. Funerals of Compassion is here to help relieve the pain of losing a loved one, by offering a respectful and memorable service. We help you to create perfect memories and a respectful way to say goodbye.
Funeral planning is etched out differently for each individual. At Funerals of Compassion we have helped hundreds of families through the grieving process. We help families through the end-of-life adjustments, including the legal documentation, choices of funeral services, and referrals to extra help through the grieving process. We understand the overwhelming burdens that confront loved ones at this time. We step in and draw out the most appropriate funeral plan for your service and funeral.
If you find yourself having to make funeral arrangements for a loved one, please call us – we are available 24 hours a day to serve your family. While we can't lessen your sadness, we can ease your burden by attending to the many necessities, allowing you the time and space to grieve and remember.Enquire Now