Memorial Ceremonies and Unveiling Ceremonies

Memorial Ceremonies

Memorial Ceremonies are similar to funeral ceremonies but without the committal. They are usually held when there is no body or when the actual funeral ceremony is held in a distant city or country.

What are Unveiling Ceremonies?

Unveiling Ceremonies are ceremonies that dedicate a grave monument for someone who passed away twelve months earlier. The tombstone is covered with a cloth before sun up and uncovered as the main part of the ceremony. Most importantly this recalls the life of the deceased person and it’s a time that family and friends can share memories.

Memorial and Unveiling ceremonies need to be extremely personal and respectful to everyone involved. Working closely with you I will ensure the memory of your loved one that has passed is honoured. Also, I will ensure all of your special requests are incorporated into the ceremony.

Rest assured I am a professional and caring person who is extremely sensitive to the needs of those around me. As a result, your loved ones will be treated with the greatest dignity.

For further information on memorial ceremonies or unveiling ceremonies in New Zealand please contact me.

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