Losing someone dear confronts you with sadness, disbelief and astonishment. Most of all, you feel powerless. You are charged with organising the last farewell to someone who meant a lot to you. Funeral homes in Auckland abound, all offering you a splendid service, to care well for the deceased one, to accommodate the mourning guests in the best possible fashion, to make the cremation or burial an occasion to remember positively. No matter what they offer, however, something important will be missing.
Find a Service in Your Native Language
At Epsom Funeral Home, we offer a full professional, reliable, honest, empathetic and compassionate service in English, Mandarin or Cantonese. Shortly after starting our company in 1981, we introduced Chinese memorials as a new option for funeral services in Auckland. Our initiative was met with enthusiasm, and our clientele became a mix of both satisfied European and Chinese Kiwis.
More Benefits from our Funeral Directors in Auckland
- At Epsom Funeral Home, the service is attuned 100% to the unique person who has passed away. Check our funeral plans to find out what we offer. If the ceremony is to be religious, we will discuss any readings with you and the selection of hymns, poems or songs.
- Which flowers should you use? Flowers in subtle colours or bright as a summer’s day are so often overlooked. Together with a short message, they can say so much about how much we care.
- You’re not going through this difficult time alone. No matter how you feel, you have our commitment. While your place is among your family and friends, we will take the burden off your hands, from start to finish.
- The possibility to have the burial at your preferred cemetery with a fitting headstone. Cremation too is possible, and the decision where the ashes are to be placed is yours.
- We listen, and we respect your decisions.
Whether you choose to make the necessary arrangements at your own home, or at our premises in Ellerslie, Auckland, contact us. Our funeral directors in Auckland are at your service.