1. Charges by the Funeral Director, to include the coffin, the removal of the deceased, the embalming of the body and our professional fee for the arrangement and co-ordination of the funeral.
2. Disbursements paid out by us on your behalf to include grave purchase, grave opening and closing, cremation fees, newspapers, radio stations, organist, soloist, church offerings and gratuities.
3. The cost of each funeral will vary depending on the funeral chosen. We will provide you with an estimate of the cost based on your wishes.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time for details of the cost of a funeral.
Demand for cremation has grown significantly in Ireland in recent times. In many respects it is exactly the same as the more traditional funeral rite, however there are some important and practical differences. When the funeral cortege arrives at the crematorium chapel, there can be a short committal ceremony following which the coffin is transferred to the cremator. The remains (ashes) are later placed in an urn for disposal. The options for disposal are:-
1. Private Disposal.
2. Interment or scattering at a garden of remembrance.