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Simplicity Funerals – Simply Respectful, Simply Affordable

Many who contact a funeral home feel lost and in a state of shock. To be part of the death of someone close to you is one of the worst things that can happen to you. It’s easy to feel powerless. If you have never had to participate in planning a funeral before, it can be difficult to know where to start. There are many funeral homes, but which one to choose? For many, of course, the price plays a role in the election, but for that matter one should not forget the treatment. In such a difficult time as the period after the death of a loved one, it is important that you feel well received, as a customer and mourner, by the funeral home’s representatives.

At a funeral home, there are people who has a great knowledge and experience when it comes to handling all the practicalities of a death. Their task is to show what options are available and to arrange what you want help with. The more you and your loved ones can get involved, the more personally designed the funeral can become. Participating in the preparations is also a way to make death real.

Simplicity Funerals Nelson have a beautifully refurbished building on Haven Road, leading into Nelson City. They offer a warm, light and soothing chapel facility suitable for up to 40 people. The modern, open and fresh décor and furnishing makes the ideal venue to hold a small but intimate service for your loved one.
Simplicity Funerals Nelson offers a simple and modern alternative to traditional funerals. Their approach is dignified, personal and stress- free. They are committed to providing your family with the finest in personal care. They treat all races and religions with the same utmost respect. They also will take on the responsibilities of the physical care of your loved one, and the emotional care of those left behind.

A funeral is a way to say goodbye to a relative and share the grief with others. Arranging the funeral can be a way to process the grief and to realize what has happened.

Anna Loach, manager and funeral director explains:
“We are a small team, and we keep things very intimate and personal for the family of the deceased. We take great pride in the little details. We go above and beyond for the families we serve… but don’t just take our word for it – read our reviews.”

Simplicity Nelson are proud to be a member of the FDANZ. Since it was founded in 1937, the FDANZ has promoted quality, expertise and integrity in the funeral profession, and has encouraged the training and education of funeral directors. As members of the FDANZ, Simplicity Funerals follow the Rules of the Association as well as a strict Code of Ethics and a Code of Conduct.
“As funerals are considered a critical part of helping people heal in their time of grief, I love the fact that we have the opportunity to make a lasting positive impact in someone’s life from delivering an exceptional personalised service”, Anna says.

At Simplicity Funerals the dedicated team strive to make every funeral that is arranged as good as possible. That the family and other relatives should feel satisfied and safe. Being centrally located, Simplicity Funerals can also assist families in holding a funeral service is one of the many beautiful venues or locations throughout the Nelson Tasman district if desired.
Did you know that you can remember your loved one and keep them close to your heart? Simplicity Funerals have a wide selection of the very best handmade memorial items for you to choose from. Each piece can be filled with a small amount of ashes, a lock of hair or other small keepsake, making it personal to you and to uniquely celebrate that special person’s memory.
Simplicity Funerals are gracious, understanding, sympathetic and have a compassion and professionalism that will make you feel comfortable and allowed to grieve the way you need to.

For more info about Simplicity Funerals see: https://simplicity.co.nz

 

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