Bereavement - What To Do In The Event Of A Death
The death of a loved one or friend may well be one of the most traumatic and painful experiences many of us will encounter in our lifetimes. As your appointed funeral directors, Graham Tresidder, and the Nantwich Funeral Services team will be here every step of the way to help guide and advise you through these stressful and difficult times.
Very few of us understand the procedures and things that need to be done in the event of a death, therefore all of the following information is there to support and help you through the steps that need to be taken at this time. At Graham Tresidder's we have staff available 24 hours a day to help with any queries or questions you may have regarding the death or funeral arrangements of a loved one, or to moving a deceased person from the place at which they have died.
In our experience we have found it most beneficial for the families to contact us as soon as possible when a death does occur. Even when it is not necessary or possible for us to attend a death, for example if the person has passed away in hospital, our staff can give helpful and comforting advice if needed to help ease the families worries and concerns, and to ensure that the family are aware of everything which needs to be done.
If death occurs in a Hospital
If death occurs at Home or a Nursing Home
In the event of a sudden or unexpected death
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