Types of Funeral

There are many options to choose from when you need to decide what type of funeral you would like to conduct. From primary choices, such as whether you will opt for a cremation or a burial to more personalised decisions like the type of casket or flowers to pick.

You will also need to decide where the service will be held. This could be at a church or place of worship, at a secular crematorium, or at the graveside. In the case of cremation, there can be a service at a church combined with a shorter service at the crematorium chapel.

When it comes to making the funeral arrangements, we can take care of all the details for you. We listen carefully to your requirements and then help you make important and sometimes difficult decisions, taking responsibility for ensuring everything runs smoothly on the day.

TESTIMONIALS

Top Quote Mark I want to thank everyone at Dillamore Funeral Services for all you’ve done over the past few weeks. Yesterday went as well as it could and everyone kept saying how lovely the service was. I personally want to thank you so much for looking after dad and for looking after me through it all, especially staying with me when I went to see dad – it meant so much to me. Bottom Quote Mark

Emily

Top Quote Mark Thank you very much for the service you provided for Margaret, it was excellent. It could not have been better, even the sun shone. We only had one point of contact – Sally – she was very kind, helpful and always available when we needed guidance. I could not have asked for more. Thank you for leading the proceeding, it was great to have a friendly face and you do a great job. Bottom Quote Mark

Bob

Top Quote Mark Thank you for the sensitive and professional manner with which you handled my late husband Michael’s passing. Bottom Quote Mark

Margaret

Top Quote Mark We would like to thank you for your kindness, helpfulness and professional approach, with such a caring attitude. It was a very sad time after mum passed away and your caring manner helped us enormously through this very difficult time. Bottom Quote Mark

Diane and Robert