When Someone Dies
When suddenly tasked with the overwhelming responsibility of taking care of a deceased love one, the sense of loss and confusion mixed with grief can make everything seem momentous. It feels like a thousand decisions have to be made at a time when most would rather find a comforting shoulder and just cry.
As most people have never arranged a funeral before, knowing what to do does not come naturally. Which is why it is important to find help in sending off your loved one in a manner that respects their final wishes, and expresses your love for them.
“A true friend shows love at all times, And is a brother who is born for times of distress.”
First of all, please find the support of a caring family member or friend. A friendly shoulder to cry on, who will listen to your concerns and be a sounding board for your decisions, is invaluable.
Next, finding an experienced funeral director to help guide you through the steps involved can make this journey a little easier. You are welcome to discuss your wishes with us first, before making any final decisions.
In our multi-cultural society, there are many different ways to say good-bye and often, it’s the smaller details that make the difference. Our staff understand this, and will do their utmost to carry out your requests with the dignity and respect your loved one deserves.
To guide you through the necessary steps, we have compiled a brief list, with further information on the links.
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