Non-religious Funerals Reviews
Description:Your views and personal experiences with non-religious funerals.
Newest Review: ... second anniversary of Mums death. I will describe Dad so you will get an idea of why we needed to "do" something different for him. He was larger than life, a total nutcase, he drove us mad and I can still her Mum "tutting" at some of his outrageous antics. He was born in Glasgow and endured a very poor life, joining the Navy younger than he should( he lied about his ... more
Customer Non-religious Funerals Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/08/09, updated on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 368 readings)
Just a little warning before we begin, this may make you feel sad, but hopefully it should also make you smile because it's a celebration of life, so if you don't want to read on, I understand...... I feel compelled to write this review and have spent many an hour thinking about what and how to write before putting fingers to keyboard. It's going to be long and I make no apology for this as you can't rush funerals..... After watching Mum die slowly and painfully over 14 months, it was almost a relief when she finally gave up and took her last breath. We gave her the usual Catholic funeral as per her wishes ... Read the complete review