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Funeral Information

Death Date: 18.04.2020
Name : Fotini Zembekis

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Death Date: 02.06.2020
Name : Nicholas Andropof

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Death Date: 27.05.2020
Name : Angela Lightwood

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Death Date: 21.05.2020
Name : Roberto Mari

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Death Date: 21.05.2020
Name : Peter Celna

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Death Date: 23.05.2020
Name : Alan Shugg

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Death Date: 11.05.2020
Name : Heidi Giuliano

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Death Date: 18.05.2020
Name : William Carroll

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Death Date: 16.05.2020
Name : Richard Ludlow

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Death Date: 10.05.2020
Name : Dorothy Gibbs

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Death Date: 08.05.2020
Name : Patricia Stableford

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Death Date: 09.05.2020
Name : Hian Chong Ah Lan

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Death Date: 06.05.2020
Name : Ian Harold

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Death Date: 05.05.2020
Name : Joan Kennedy

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Death Date: 30.04.2020
Name : Manda Sikic

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Death Date: 27.04.2020
Name : Valerie Anne Lang

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Death Date: 29.04.2020
Name : David Watson

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Death Date: 22.04.2020
Name : Lynnette Anne Salter

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Death Date: 27.04.2020
Name : Muriel Beth Scott

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Death Date: 25.04.2020
Name : Phyllis Evelyn Cooper

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Death Date: 26.04.2020
Name : Mathew Kuzhinjalikunnel Joseph

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Death Date: 17.04.2020
Name : Dora Dance

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Pre-Arranged or Prepaid

Have you planned ahead?

Pre-arranging or pre-paying your funeral can offer significant financial and emotional benefits to you and to your family.

An increasing number of people plan their own funerals, both to reduce the strain on their relatives after they die, and to ensure that they get the funeral they would have wanted. In fact, most nursing homes, retirement villages, or even respite care accommodations, now require that people list their proposed funeral director before admittance. This often provides the impetus for people to lay out their individual preferences for their own funeral in detail. You may even have attended funerals where personally addressed, handwritten thank you notes from the deceased are distributed at the end of the service!

Pre-planning your funeral can be done at two levels.

  • Pre-Arrangement is where the details are sorted out amongst the family beforehand, and often these are registered with a funeral director who can advise on practicalities and give a quote. No money changes hands for a Pre-Arrangement.
  • Pre-Payment is where the entire funeral paid for in advance. Sometimes many years in advance.

Thank you for helping us arrange such a lovely send off.

Note: You may also find advertisements on television or radio for 'Funeral Insurance' plans. ASIC recommends caution in regard to these. For the average consumer, they usually end up costing several times what the equivalent pre-paid funeral would cost.