When planning a final farewell, it is important that your celebrant spends time hearing your stories about your loved one, to help her design a ceremony that truly reflects who that person was. The ceremony should honour their life, and the lives of those who have been closest to them.

My work as a social worker with older people has developed my empathy for people, and especially for those experiencing grief and loss.  

I am a warm and sensitive person who will work with the bereaved in a calm and professional manner, ensuring that their wishes are adhered to when I am designing the funeral ceremony/service. 

I am available to meet with you at any time, to discuss your needs. 


Planning your own funeral

For people who are ageing, have a terminal illness or just like to be organised, planning their own funeral can be a fulfilling experience. 

I am happy to spend as much time as is needed, to work on this with you. 

By doing this, you can be assured that your wishes and stories will be shared with all those closest to you, as they commemorate your life in the ways that you wish. 


Allan moss and Family

"Just a short note to you to say how grateful we are for your handling of the service for Janice you handled it with all the respect and dignity for our nana mother and wife, we thank you so much and the comments that were given to the family on your service was Fantastic well done. All your work in assembling the format for the day from screeds of paper and talks we had  you picked it up beautifully thanks"

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