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List of Funeral Celebrants

 

(updated May 10, 2018)

No obligation enquiries -

Christine ——————————————- website - +61 417 377 871

NSW

Victoria Spence DipFC —————-— website - +61 431 123 129 
Sarah Tolmie DipFC ———————— website - +61 418 640 901 
Nicole Celeban ——————————— website- +61 427 393 699
Pamela Noal - +61 0447 778 870

Murray Valley -NSW / Vic 

Christine Capewell ———————— website - +61 417 377 871

Queensland

Robert Moore --------------------------------- +61 413 098 030

Victoria

Moira Rayner DipFC --------------website - +61 407 613 777
Genevieve Messenger DipFC —— website — +61 407 013 014 - 
Lynnette Olsen ——--------------- website - +61 417 372 520
Dr Chris Watson DipFC————-— Website - 0440 769 350
Yvonne Werner DipFC—————— website -1300 446 786
Lisa Foster ———————————— website - +61 400 159 639
Suzanne Ingleton DipFC————— website - +61 404 098 920
Sandra Jason ——————————- website - 0412 003 612 

NOTE: The letters "DipFC" signify a Diploma of Funeral Celebancy from the International College of Celebrancy


Australian Attorney General Lionel Murphy approved and encouraged Funeral Celebrants

In 1973 a great Australian legislator, Senator Lionel Murphy, established Marriage Celebrants. Persons were appointed to give their clients the ceremony the client wanted - and never to impose on anyone any element of a ceremony the client did not ask for or approve. Funeral Celebrants, with Lionel Mujrphy's full approval and encouragement, evolved as a natural consequence of this program not only throughout Australia but also in the UK, New Zealand and recently in the USA.

It became very clear to the first Funeral Celebrants what those who had lost a loved one wanted. This was, and still is, a carefully composed personal ceremony - words and music which pay proper and adequate tribute to the person who has died. They discovered that to do justice to this task, many hours must be spent in preparation.

Choose Your Funeral Celebrant Wisely

The funeral celebrants associated with the International College of Celebrancy have usually been drawn to this work by a strong realization that this is a task which needs to be done - and done well. Many have experienced grief themselves and have felt that the funerals they had attended were not always satisfactory or helpful.

All are convinced that at the end of a person's life the tribute we pay deserves to be the best that human skill can present. Nothing can take away the shock of death, but a genuine, well prepared tribute eases the pain. The recollection of a truly personal ceremony is a constant consolation.


Legal position on fees: Lawyer Moira Rayner in pdf

(No obligation Information-Christine - +61 417 377 871 -christine@christinecapewell.com.au -)

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