Dear Suzette & Corinne,
I would like to say a big thankyou for all your support during a very difficult time for my family and myself while I was preparing for the funeral of my beloved Mum.
Dear Suzette & Kevan
Just a short note to say thank you so much for your support and help yesterday and with organising Mum’s Funeral. It was a great and very interesting service (as Kevan will testify) and just what Mum would have wanted. Everyone had a very enjoyable time (and a sing song).
I just wanted to say a big thank you for the part you and the team played in my Dad’s funeral. Everything went like clockwork on the day and I really appreciated the support and advice by Kevan. In addition, your recommendation of Robin Sanderson was inspired. We all thought he struck just the right tone in conducting the service and many of those attending told us how well they thought he had done.
Again, thank you for your help and support.
I just wanted to say a HUGE thankyou to all who were involved in some capacity or another with B****’s passing.
Nick Clarke and Britton Barnard on Christmas Day 2018, Duncan Rowden, Gary Hewitt, Britton Barnard (a lovely kind gesture of continuity) Colin Baker, Nick Hazell-Knox on the funeral 25/1/19. Georgina Keane – at the Chapel of Rest and making it such a warm personal occasion; not upsetting and so glad I spent time with Brian – he was only asleep.
Last and certainly not least – SUZETTE, who has been there so much for me, whether on the phone or in the branch. An absolute “gem” who feels like a friend of the family now as she has dealt with 4 of my family’s bereavements in the last 3 years!
All the staff I have dealt with are so professional, with their caring, yet friendly, personal empathy.An absolute credit to the company, and long may it continue
I just wanted to thank you for a lovely heart felt service yesterday. It was a personal and loving tribute to mum with some funny things mixed in as well noting her fiery character. Everyone commented on how lovely you conducted the service and were really pleasantly surprised. I don’t think any of them had considered having a lady conduct the service. I think they thought it would be a man and a little stuffy. A refreshing change!