Funerals are an occasion where family and friends, colleagues and acquaintances come together out of love and respect for each other to formally acknowledge the passing of someone irreplaceable.
When this life event imposes itself upon you and you need assistance with organising a funeral or memorial always discuss with those involved how you want your loved one remembered. It is meaningful to incorporate your loved one's personality as much as you can into proceedings.
We can create a service that brings to life the great things you want to remember. We won't pretend that hard things haven't happened but we will remember the important things and the comforting things.
I bring a calm and understanding manner that helps make this occasion a gentle one so you have the space and permission to express what you are truly feeling.
Life has irrevocably changed but my hope is that the ceremony will allow you to start breathing again.
We not only honour your loved one we honour you too.
"Just wanted to say thank you so much for my Nan's service last week. The timeframe was more than ambitious and we appreciate how quickly you put together such a lovely service. In fact, my husband commented on how much he preferred your delivery of the eulogy as it can be quite difficult to watch family memers break down while speaking. And thank you for your wonderful calming energy." Jade (June 2018)
"Thank you ever so much for your leadership of Eunice's memorial service. This captured the spirit of the occasion and will live for a long time in my memory and in the memories of other family and friends who were present at the service." Neville - November 2016
“Thank you so much for Friday. The service certainly helped me regain a proper perspective on my dearly-loved mum - the day-to-day of the past seven years was such a deep overlay that the previous decades had lost a lot of their reality, no matter how much I tried to recapture them. I have happier dreams now!. “ Robin (November 2016)
"Judy you were a wonderful celebrant for us. My brother and I have been talking about how the words you used were so considered and respectful. Mum would have liked this very much......My niece has been reading and rereading it......And I want to thank you more but I don't quite know how...." Susan (May 2016)