Aca­cia Fu­ner­als

Alpine Observer - - News -

In 2014, Christo­pher Tate Fu­ner­als Myrtle­ford merged with Aca­cia

Fu­ner­als. The Aca­cia blos­som on our logo sig­ni­fies re­newal, for­ti­tude, hon­our and re­mem­brance. This is a par­al­lel to our com­pany and the fam­i­lies we sup­port. We will help guide, sup­port and give strength to our fam­i­lies and the com­mu­nity when fac­ing dif­fi­cult times. The new­est mem­ber of our team, look­ing after our Myrtle­ford of­fice, is John Polk­inghorne. He has pre­vi­ously lived and worked in the Myrtle­ford com­mu­nity and the sur­round­ing area for 14 years, with his 3 Chil­dren be­ing born here and do­ing their for­ma­tive years and school­ing in the area and is still a lo­cal within the re­gion, grow­ing up in Wodonga and spend­ing time in both Wan­garatta and Al­bury. When the op­por­tu­nity pre­sented it­self to take up a po­si­tion within the fu­neral in­dus­try, John felt that it was a chance to show oth­ers dig­nity, care and peace of mind while fac­ing a dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tion. Los­ing a loved one or friend can be one of the hard­est things some­one has to face, and it is at th­ese times, guid­ance and un­der­stand­ing is nec­es­sary to help them to be able to move for­ward. Aca­cia Fu­ner­als bring to the Myrtle­ford and Bright com­mu­ni­ties and the Alpine re­gion many years of car­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in the fu­neral in­dus­try. We of­fer pre­ar­ranged fu­ner­als, Fu­neral Bonds and Fu­neral in­sur­ance and you are un­der no obli­ga­tion if you would like to talk to us about the many ser­vices we of­fer. Feel free to con­tact the of­fice or any of our staff mem­bers to ar­range a time that suits you.

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