Hyland Funeral Directors offers partial and full-service funeral arrangements for clients in Kildare, Monasterevin, and the surrounding areas. As an experienced and professional Kildare funeral director service, we ensure professional, respectful, and knowledgeable services guaranteed. Our team understands that the process of laying a loved one to rest can be an upsetting and stressful time, which is why we aim to make the process of funeral planning as straightforward and stress-free as possible.
After first contacting us, we will arrange to meet you at our office or your home in order to begin making all relevant preparations. We will then communicate directly, on your behalf, with all those involved in the many different elements of the chosen funeral arrangements.
Communicating Professionally with the Hospital or Nursing Home
Arranging for the Care and Transportation of the Departed
Liaising With the Religious Organisation Where Relevant
Organising Suitable Preparation/Preservation and Presentation for Viewing
Organising Funeral Flowers & Music
Organising Burial or Cremation
Organising Mass Cards
Organising Death Announcements on Radio & Newspapers
Advice on Headstone Choice & Erection
Advice on Headstone Inscription
Advice and Assisting in the Selection of a Coffin
Organising Transport To & From The Funeral
Advising on the Costs Involved.
Providing a repatriation service for Kildare, Monasterevin and the surrounding areas where a death occurs abroad
Help in Obtaining a Death Certificate & Any Other Paperwork
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As well as offering full-service funeral arrangements, Hyland Funeral Directors can help you in the planning of the burial or cremation of your deceased loved one. We also offer help organising short committal ceremonies at the crematorium chapel of your choice. For your loved ones’ cremation or burial service, we can help you to choose a coffin, organise private disposal at a religious or non-denominational burial ground, and help organise scattering privately, at a garden of remembrance, or internment in a columbarium wall.
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