Grieving families are often burdened with the stress of planning a funeral and left guessing what the deceased would want. What kind of service they would want? What they would like to be wearing? Where they would like to be buried? The list can go on and on. Making some of these arrangements for yourself can save your loved ones so much trouble, and allow them to focus on their grief. You could be guiding them through the process after you are gone.
Brian McElroy Funeral Directors can be there to make sure all your arrangements are met. Helping your family give you the send-off you deserve.
Brian McElroy Funeral Directors
Brian McElroy Funeral Directors is a well-established funeral home, with years of experience in providing respectful services. By training their staff to the highest industry standards, they can assure your arrangements will be met with excellent care. They understand how painful losing a loved one can be and are dedicated to making the process of organizing a funeral as simple as possible.
Burial or Cremation
When choosing between cremation or burial, it can be useful to think about where you would like to be laid to rest. Whether you want your ashes scattered in a place you love, or you want to be buried with family, it is important to keep in mind that this is where your family and friends will visit you for years to come.
Would you like a viewing? A viewing gives friends and family an opportunity to say their goodbyes (If yes, it is recommended that your remains is hygienically treated to give you a more peaceful appearance and help the chance of any deterioration). You may also decide what clothes; hair or makeup you would like to be wear. This your chance to decide how you are presented.
What kind of funeral service would you like? Church, Humanist, Civil? Would you like music during the service? What songs? Who should sing? These can seem like difficult decisions, but who better to decide than yourself?
Paper notices share your funeral arrangements with the public, informing people who know you but may not be directly notified, of your arrangements so that they have the opportunity to pay their respects. Notices can be placed in the Evening Herald, Irish Times, RIP.ie, Irish Independent, or another publication of your choice.
Prepaid Funeral Plans
Funeral costs can burden families during this difficult time. Arranging a prepaid plan with a funeral director can offer your loved ones some much-needed relief.
Whether you choose a motor hearse or a horse-drawn hearse, each will provide you with a dignified send-off.
Traditionally, leaving flowers is a way for friends and family to pay their respects, but you can also ask for your loved ones to donate to a cause of your choice.
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