Funeral Directors in Liverpool
Services Customarily Provided By This Company:
Transfer of deceased from place of death to our premises
Hygienic treatment of the body
Use of Chapel of Rest or transfer of deceased to the family home
Bearers as required
Administration and service charge
Casket or coffin
Further Items Provided By This Company:
Extra hearse for flowers
Oak casket for cremated remains
Transfer of deceased into church overnight
Payment Made By Us On Your Behalf:
Grave or cremation fees
Doctor's fees for cremation papers
Disposal of cremated remains
Church and clergy fees
Monumental Masonry charges
Floral Tributes, etc.
Basic Simple Funeral (as specified by National Association of Funeral Directors):
Provision of Funeral Director's services
Attending to all necessary arrangements
Provision of all necessary staff
Provision of a coffin suitable for burial or cremation
Transfer of deceased from place of death (10 running miles allowed) in normal working hours
Provision of hearse direct to the nearest crematorium or cemetery
This specification excludes the following:
Facilities to view the deceased
Use of a limousine
Any fees or disbursements on the clients behalf
Walter Craven started arranging funerals in the early nineteen twenties from premises at No.2 Broadgreen Road in Old Swan, Liverpool. He had been brought up in St. Helens but moved to Liverpool in the Great War.
The early fifties saw the acquisition of Craven Lodge in Broadgreen Road, then an elegant old house, since replaced by our modern purpose built premises.
The present Chairman, Derek Craven, joined the firm in 1963, since which time the company has been fortunate to become associated with Charlett's, Leadbetter & Murphy, Moar & Butler and Maddock & Sons Funeral Services along with funeral homes at Liverpool Road, Huyton and Lugsmore Lane, St. Helens. His son, Charles, joined the company in 1993 and became a Director in 1999.
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