Website Gives Clients Greater Access to Services; Generation Funerals Has a Team of Caring, Professional Staff in Your Time of Grief

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Website Gives Clients Greater Access to Services; Generation Funerals Has a Team of Caring, Professional Staff in Your Time of Grief


AS HARRIET Beecher Stowe once said, "the bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone."

With a clear vision and an obvious dedication to every client, the committed team at Generation Funerals continue to show integrity, trust, respect, accountability and honesty in all that they do.

Generation Funerals managing director David Levi said each team member was there to provide meaningful ways for families to grieve their loss and celebrate the memories of their loved ones.

"We are able to do this through providing respectful and affordable funeral, cremation and memorialisation services in a comfortable environment because it is our role to make this poignant time just a little easier," he said.

"We know that funerals are a way of expressing our beliefs, thoughts and feelings about the death of someone we love and each of our team members are there to provide support and direction while still understanding your grief."

In an effort to make planning easier for loved ones out of town or even for a simple bouquet of sympathy flowers to be sent, Generation Funerals has updated its website.

This allows families to browse from the comfort of their home at the range of products and care that is available to them and make some decisions before speaking with Generation Funerals. …

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