Coonamble funerals & headstones FAQ
What is the role of an undertaker?
“Undertaker” is quite an old-fashioned term that refers to a professional who provides funeral arrangements and embalming services for those who have died and their families. Philpott Funerals have been Coonamble undertakers since 1960.
Where are headstones made in Coonamble?
What can I ask our Coonamble funeral directors to do when I am organising a funeral?
Organising a funeral can be a daunting task. But you can rely on the help of funeral directors to help you through the process and provide you with caring advice and direction at all times. From providing information over the phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the removal of a body, liaising with clergy or celebrants, conducting the funeral, organising the making of headstones, making arrangements for the cremation or burial of the body and much more. At Philpott Funerals, our Coonamble funeral directors and undertakers will take away any unnecessary distress from the process of dealing with a funeral home and making funeral arrangements.
What happens if a family death happens away from home?
Where the death has occurred outside Coonamble, funeral homes and authorities in other areas will communicate with Philpott Funerals to arrange the preparation and transportation of a loved one back to Coonamble. We can begin to discuss all Coonamble funeral services and funeral arrangements in the meantime.