A celebrant can work with you and your family to plan a funeral that reflects your loved one’s life and beliefs.
At the saddest and most stressful time in your life, it seems impossible that you need to plan a funeral. You need to make so many decisions in a very short time period which can be daunting and overwhelming. As your celebrant I can guide you through this time, so you feel supported and cared for. It is my privilege to help you craft a unique and memorable ceremony.
027 229 6038
My aim is to create a service that is reflective of your loved one. That means I will listen with an open attitude and with a deep understanding, guiding each person involved through the funeral service you want. I offer personalised funerals, designed with sensitivity, warmth, professionalism and any other quality you want to reflect for your loved one.
027 608 3828
I became a celebrant in 2014, and officiated at my very first funeral at Campbells. Since then I have led hundreds of funeral services at a variety of venues. I love providing support to families at a very vulnerable time in their lives, working with families from a wide range of cultural and religious backgrounds and am skilled at personalising services to suit.
027 488 6266
Since 1993, I’ve had the privilege of helping hundreds of families to arrange funeral services for their loved ones. I have had a very personal insight into bereavement, so I am aware of how difficult it is to make decisions at this time. I am available to visit you in your own home, to advise, and help you to prepare a personal farewell to your loved one.
021 143 9488
Roly is married and has five children and sixteen grandchildren. He counts it a rare privilege to work with families who are trying to make sense of what they're going through as they try to honour the life of someone they love. Enabling families to put together a meaningful life celebration is something he feels he can do.
021 133 1813
Tracey Crampton Smith
Walking alongside families, to make the unbearable, bearable. Melanie has been a celebrant for nine years, she brings warmth, respect and compassion to every service.
As someone who has personal experience of what it means to have a fitting farewell and to truly celebrate the loss of a loved one, I am ready to listen and support you and your family. As your celebrant I consider my role an honour and privilege.
Len Leith Dip.Bus.Studs, (Business Law Massey), MNZIMS.
When I am asked to deliver a service I like to listen. Helping find the right words to celebrate the life of your loved one respectfully, and with love and compassion, is important to me and is something I do well. A time of loss can be very stressful and so you can expect a professional yet personal touch to your service.