Arrange a Funeral
Arranging the Service
There are many factors to consider when planning a service, including religious observations and ceremonies, and the wishes of the deceased.
A COMPLETE OR MEMORIAL SERVICE
These services are held in a venue such as a religious building or on the premises of the funeral director. With a complete service, the coffin is present during the service. With a memorial service, it is not. Usually, the service takes place before the cremation or burial.
GRAVESIDE OR CREMATORIUM SERVICE
These services are held in addition to, or in place of, a complete or memorial service and are usually attended by close family and friends only.
A PERSONAL AND MEANINGFUL EXPERIENCE
Here are some of the things you may consider when arranging a personal service that is respectful to the deceased and meaningful to their loved ones.
Thom Kight can assist with all these arrangements, bearing in mind your personal needs and budget. Contact us and we will advise you on what to do. GET IN TOUCH
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Quality and standards are what bereaved families assume, want, and expect from funeral directors. We are a member of the World Organisation of Funeral Operatives (FIAT–IFTA) and a founding member of the Independent Funeral Directors Association of Southern Africa (IFDA). To maintain high standards, our staff undertakes continued training and reviews professional practice standards.READ MORE