Yes. An Advance Funeral Arrangements Plan is a simple and practical way to help the people you love, and have left behind, to lessen their levels of anxiety, stress, and financial worry at a very emotional time.
Yes, it is. The regulations require that nothing must be removed from the coffin after it has been received at the crematorium.
No, usually burial is more expensive. We will advise you of comparative costs.
Daffy’s Funeral Home Croom have decades of experience in dealing with the added complexity of a death overseas and the task of returning the deceased home to Ireland. Equally, we have extensive experience in repatriating someone who has died in Ireland back to their country of origin. We will co-ordinate all documents required from coroners,
The cost of a funeral will be determined by you and your family. Funeral costs are broken down into two areas. The costs charged by the Funeral Director will include the cost of the coffin selected, transportation costs, and preparation of deceased and professional services. The costs will also include payments made to third parties,
Yes. Traditionally many families carry the coffin into and out of the church. Six people are normally appropriate.
No. Once preparation and embalming has taken place viewing is normally available over an extended period of time.
We recommend embalming in all cases. We believe that the care and presentation of the body is one of our most important functions as Funeral Directors. We have a fully qualified embalming team to achieve the highest possible standard of presentation available.
Yes. There are other options available such as a humanist service and we will discuss these with you.
The person who has legal authority to make funeral arrangements is the Executor - the person named in the will to administer the estate. However, the responsibility can pass by mutual agreement to the next of kin or family friend.