Pro­fes­sion­al­ism, dig­nity and em­pa­thy are the hall­marks of a good un­der­taker

Wicklow People (West Edition) - - ADVERTISEM­ENT FEATURE -

WHILE it may not be some­thing we like to think about, un­for­tu­nately death is a part of life and there’s not one of us that will not be faced by the death of a loved one at some point. When the un­think­able does oc­cur, there will be so many emo­tions swirling around that it can be easy to feel over­whelmed.

This is why it’s im­por­tant to en­list the ser­vices of an ex­pe­ri­enced and pro­fes­sional un­der­taker. Thank­fully in Wex­ford we have un­der­tak­ers with a wealth of ex­pe­ri­ence who can help to guide you through what, for many, can be some of the most dif­fi­cult days of their lives.

When some­body passes away, there are so many things to be de­cided. Not ev­ery­one is aware how to place a death no­tice to no­tify peo­ple. Was it the de­ceased’s wishes to be buried or cre­mated? How do I or­gan­ise the fu­neral mass? What hymns should I pick for the ser­vice? How do I go about plac­ing an obit­u­ary in the lo­cal pa­per?

While in iso­la­tion, not all of these things are ma­jor de­ci­sions, when you fac­tor in the toll that the griev­ing process takes upon us, it’s im­por­tant to have a guid­ing hand to make things eas­ier and ex­plain ex­actly how things work. You’re lo­cal un­der­taker will un­der­stand ex­actly what you are go­ing through. They will be able to sit down with you and ex­plain ex­actly what your op­tions are to give your loved one the send off they de­serve. Whether it be pick­ing out an ap­pro­pri­ate cof­fin or mak­ing par­tic­u­lar ar­range­ments for the fu­neral ser­vice, your lo­cal un­der­taker will be able to guide you through the process in a pro­fes­sional and com­pas­sion­ate man­ner.

So when the un­think­able hap­pens, take time for your­self and your fam­ily. En­list the help of a pro­fes­sional un­der­taker and re­lieve at least some of the stress from some dif­fi­cult days.

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