Christina May Celebrant - Hobart Funeral Celebrant

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A funeral is an emotional and poignant event and as a funeral celebrant my role is to assist in creating a celebration of life fitting of the person being farewelled.

I understand that all funeral services should, and will differ, in order to capture the unique nature and influence that the deceased person has had on the lives of those around them.

It is my honour to be given the opportunity to celebrate this life, and to truly portray the character of someone who has been so loved, in so many differing ways, by those left behind.

My aim is to present the real-life story, which is true to the character and personal qualities of your loved one.  The service will not simply be a chronological series of events, but a story told with feeling, compassion, sensitivity and most of all with love.

Scattering of Ashes Ceremonies

Scattering of the Ashes is often a private ceremony conducted in a significant place when the time feels right for those left behind.

I can conduct a ceremony that is as informal or formal as you like and provide a send off for your loved one that is compassionate, sensitive and reflective of their wishes.

Funeral Celebrant Hobart

My commitment as a Funeral Celebrant

  •  To put the needs of the deceased, and the bereaved above all other considerations.
  • To visit the family to discuss their needs, and to plan the service as soon as practical after death has occurred.
  • To compose a funeral service with empathy and sensitivity, to meet the needs and wishes of the family.
  • To ensure my personal appearance is fitting with the dignity of the occasion.
  • To ensure accuracy in the preparation of all documents, including names, dates, and relationship to deceased.
  • To arrive at the service at least 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the service.
  • To respect the privacy and confidentiality of all parties.
  • To act in accordance with the Code of Practice.
  • To provide the family with a full written copy of the service, the eulogy and other mementos of the service, in a presentation folder, in the days following the service.