Funeral & Obituary News for
Funeral directors welcome Coroners Amendment Bill
The Funeral Directors Association welcomes the Coroners Amendment Bill which was introduced to Parliament yesterday by the Government. “This bill promises to make changes that are overdue in better supporting the role of coroners.
Dayspring-Fitch And Sons Funeral Home Changes With Its Community
A profile of Dayspring-Fitch and Sons, Seattle’s last remaining independent African American funeral home. Founder Zane Fitch shares his story of starting out and working in a still self-segregated industry, adapting to serve an increasingly diverse market, and preparing his sons to take over the family business.
Man who discovered bodies at Providence funeral home speaks out
The man who recently discovered several bodies at a Providence funeral home that were more than a decade old spoke out to ABC 6 News about what happened and how he got involved.
Anticipating funeral choices a difficult part of financial planning
Have you factored funeral costs into your retirement budget?
Funeral Services | Alexander & Houle Funeral Home Ltd.
The Alexander & Houle Funeral Home has been designed to provide access to everyone in a quiet residential neighbourhood. It is the largest and most modern funeral home in Chatham.
Funeral directors welcome proposed coronial changes
Funeral directors are welcoming moves to make processes easier for grieving families.