Bob Kirk


When I started my career in the Funeral sector, I noticed something lacking in the form of what a funeral service should be. I saw many speakers, Clergy and others, often using the funeral for a “message” that would often leave the family more confused than before.
I became a Chaplain so I could perhaps help the families that God sent my way. I chose the name Chaplain because of the respect I have for the combat Chaplains I read about and saw in films during ww2. All they carried was a bible. I’m a Christian… I wanted to be where the rubber meets the road. Helping people with the death of a loved one is truly the hard road that I find myself on. Here, I can really make a difference in their experience.

“As a Certified Celebrant my role is to give the family just what they want in the form of a “Celebration” of their loved one’s life. Not just a service, but something that will be remembered and enjoyed.”

I saw a need that was not being fulfilled and after meeting with Annette I knew we could help anyone who wanted to remember their loved one with a celebration and exceed their expectations.

The death of a loved one is hard enough.. but all the planning and organization that must go into it are sometimes overwhelming. With Cremation, families now have more time to explore the idea of truly celebrating a loved one’s life. We are here to help them with the planning process.

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