Campbell & Sons are dedicated to helping you create a personal atmosphere that reflects your loved one – working with you to deliver a service that honours and celebrates their memory.

There is no limit to the ways in which a person can be remembered – we are here to help you find ways to celebrate your loved one’s life and times.

Images and mementos

Photographs and video are powerful ways of bringing a person’s memory to mind.

Campbell & Sons will collect and compile your photographic and video memories into a tribute that may be used as part of the ceremony, a visual memorial at the reception, or any way you wish.


The use of such symbols as flags and insignia, important awards or examples of their art and hobbies can all help bring the life of your loved one into focus.

The lighting of candles to represent life and hope, or other symbolic acts may also enrich the event and help those present start to come to terms with the death of a family member or friend.


A classic symbol of enduring memory and love, we are able to provide expert floral advice. Alternatively, tell us your preferences and we will organise floral arrangements that perfectly reflect your loved one.

Memorial books

Campbell & Sons can craft a memorial book as a tribute to your loved one and a record of those who attended, a memorial book is a significant memento and distinctive keepsake.

memorial book

Service Sheets

Campbell & Sons offer personalized service sheets to help mourners participate in the service, as well as providing a memento for those attending the service.

Eulogy and Tributes

Creating a eulogy can be challenging.

A few minutes will not do justice to an entire lifetime, yet the right words can bring comfort and prompt others to share special memories.

There are no set rules to writing a eulogy or giving a tribute, but you may want to consider some of the following:

  • Did the deceased have a favourite poem, quote or reading?
  • What spiritual outlook on life did the deceased have?
  • What were the major milestones in the deceased’s life?
  • What interests and hobbies did the deceased enjoy?
  • Are there any anecdotes that you strongly associate with the deceased?
  • Are there any family members who are unable to speak, whom you could speak for?
  • What will the deceased be remembered for?

If you would like guidance in creating a eulogy, we are happy to help.

Record / Livestream

Campbell & Sons offers both DVD recordings and online streaming of funeral services for those who cannot be there on the day.