Funeral Notices & Tributes
You can place your loved one's funeral and death notices online with us.
Provide a photo to your funeral consultant at the time of the arrangement, and that will be put on the Tribute Page also.
The actual obituary / tribute pages are hidden from website visitors. We set it up for you, and send you the link to the direct page for your loved one. You in turn can pass this on to extended family and friends. They then have the chance to check funeral details, and leave a condolence message for you, or a tribute to your loved one.
Many families choose to still advertise in the daily newspaper/s when a death occurs and when the funeral will take place. These traditional print notices have long been a good way to inform people of a loved one's passing. Details of when and where the funeral will take place have also been conveniently advertised this way.
Having said that, these days it can be a very good idea to complement the newspaper notices with an online version also. A more contemporary way to advertise, it can be a very helpful way to keep the younger generation informed of your loved one's Service details.
Many of these younger people are more likely to view funeral notices online as opposed to in print - and they should have an easy opportunity to come and leave a tribute message also if they'd like to.
Online Funeral Notices / Tributes
These tribute pages are offered to allow the young - as well as the 'more experienced' - a place to come and pay respect. This is part of our service to you. The choice is yours whether or not to take us up on this free online resource - there is no pressure to do so. Your extended family and friends are welcome as well to leave a tribute / condolence message at any time. We have found that these touching tributes are warmly received by families who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Other family members might also like to place a death notice here and also in the Herald/Sun themselves.
Funeral Notices Example