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FAQ

Celebration of Life

Frequently Asked Questions


  • A Celebration of Life is a personal reflection presented in a meaningful way to memoralize the person who has passed away.


  • A Celebrant is a person who seeks to meet the needs of families during their time of loss. They serve by providing a funeral service that is personalized to reflect the personality and lifestyle of the deceased.


  • A Celebration of Life is an alternative that provides families with a special and personal farewell for their loved one who may not be affiliated with a particular religion or church.


  • A Celebrant has been specifically trained to design a service that is completely personal, incorporating those unique stories, songs, and experiences that defined the loved one.


  • Once you have phoned your funeral director, they will either ask you to come to their office to discuss arrangements. They will discuss the appropriate funeral celebrant for you and make a recommendation based on your needs. You do not have to use the celebrant recommended by your funeral director but may nominate your own celebrant if you wish.


  • Celebrants may meet with the family at their home or at the funeral home, with the approval of the funeral director.


  • Your deadline dates will be outlined in your contract. Your information taken from your contract information form and with discussions with family members are used to arrive at specific dates and times.


  • As with any delicate situations it is recommended that family members and friends use their personal judgment considering the relationship of the children to the deceased and their emotional attachment and coping mechanisms.


  • Payment is due before the final guest count is returned to you. Our cost is per invitation NOT per guest. If you need to add to the guest list, extra charges will apply and be calculated prior to the final provision.


  • We accept cash, personal cheques and receipt for all monies received.