What A Funeral Director Does for Your Family

By: Tom Turner
Thursday, September 8, 2016

Affinity Funerals offer funeral directors that will be there for your family every step of the way. We understand that during the difficult time of the loss of a loved one, you are undergoing a great deal of pain and grief. Our funeral directors, serving the families of Sydney, have the experience and knowledge to keep a stable mind and provide the support your family needs to get through this trying time.


Our funeral directors make sure each and every component of your loved one’s funeral service is fulfilled and runs smoothly. We will guide you through every step and help you arrange the funeral service that your loved one wanted. We understand that this is an overwhelming time of your life and you are experiencing many emotions and we are here to alleviate the stress and walk you through this process.


Our funeral directors in Sydney, provide the following to your family:


Experience & Knowledge

There are many different matters that are involved with the funeral service process and they may seem unfamiliar to you and your family. Our funeral directors deal with these matters day-to-day and obtain the knowledge and experience to arrange a funeral service for your loved one. Having a funeral director gives you a reference point to lean on and talk to for support and advice on tough decisions, suggesting recommendations that you may not have been aware of to move forward.


Contacts & Administrative Tasks

There are many arrangements involved in the funeral service process that a funeral director plans and takes care of for your family. Our funeral directors have the contacts required to plan all the different components involved but not limited to the following:


  • Flowers
  • Transportation
  • Music
  • Memorial Cards
  • DVD Presentations
  • 24hr Mortuary Transfer
  • Coffin/Casket Selection
  • Civil Celebrant/Clergy or Priest to conduct service
  • Mourning Cars and Limousines
  • Bagpipers and Dove Releases
  • Newspaper Notices


Our experienced staff at Affinity Funerals are with you and your family all the way from initial consultation through to the funeral service itself. Our funeral directors in Sydney, take care of the necessary paperwork, documents, and applications that are required to be done prior to the funeral service using their experience, knowledge, and contacts to complete these documents correctly for processing.


If you have any other questions or would like to speak further on this topic, with our funeral directors, you can contact, Affinity Funerals, here.


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