Arranging a Funeral
We understand how difficult it can be to think clearly at such an emotional time when you have lost a loved one. We will work closely with you and your family to explain the various options available. The first step is to phone us and arrange a suitable time to make the funeral arrangements. This can be at Napier Park, in the comfort of your own home, or anywhere else you choose.
Our Discussions will include:
The Funeral Director will require certain information from you in regard to the person who has died. This personal information is required to fulfil the legal requirements necessary for Government agencies such as Centrelink, Veterans Affairs, Births Deaths and Marriages, and cremation or burial documentation.
Any questions you may have in relation to processes concerning the Coroner, Death Certificates, accounts and other notification requirements can be addressed when we meet.
“Dear June, just to say thank you and how much we appreciated your care and kindness as we said our final goodbyes to Bruce last Friday”.
Joan and families
“Dear Steve and June, many, many thanks for all you did for the funeral of our Mother. You listened, instructed, planned, organised, and took great care of our much loved Mum with the respect and dignity she so rightfully deserved.”
Bob, John, Gwenyth and Dorothy
“Dear June, just to say thank you, you are one exceptional lady and so very efficient. You helped to make our sad time so much easier and I want to commend you for that”.
The funeral for Mrs Margaret Hunt (known as the Teddy Bear Lady from Maiden Gully), was held at Napier Park Chapel on August 18, 2015. Margaret had a great love of camels, having undertaken extensive travels across Australia on camels. Over the years her collection of camels became quite extensive. Her family honoured Margaret at her interment service at the White Hills Cemetery, with a camel leading the cortege.
The Funeral Service for Ywa Hay Blu was held at the Kangaroo Flat Baptist Church, and following at White Hills Lawn Cemetery on Saturday, October 28th, 2017. Ywa Hay Blu and her family migrated from Burma to Australia two years ago. Her family are very much supported by the expanding Karen community here in Bendigo.