Funeral Directors in Somers, Victoria 3927

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Average Rating of Funeral Directors in Somers

5 based on 14 reviews of 4 funeral directors

Average Funeral Costs in Somers

Direct
Avg cost of no service cremation in Somers
$3,466
Simple
Avg. price of a simple cremation in Somers
$5,604
Traditional
Avg. cost of dual service burial in Somers
$5,303
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    Recent Customer Reviews of Funeral Directors in Somers


    1. Desmond Hinch

      In the big bad world of Funeral Directors, Redwood Funerals are Very Good.
      Headed by Kelly Burns and husband Mark, they are human, kind, careing and above all respectful. After 6 funerals in 7 years i interviewd 3 and Redwood not only came across the best the delivered the best in a can do mindful way. They were chosen not based on money but what they could do and they did that exceptionally. They did take alot od stress out of the process along the way making the process much better than others. .Congratulations Redwood


    2. Sonia Bartrop

      I still don’t know how l found you Kelly, but you and your husband Mark are 2 of the most beautiful people I have ever met. You were there for every step and made us feel so relieved and thankful to know that dad was in such caring hands. I will always be forever grateful for everything you did for us and for my dear father. Thankyou


    3. Jon von Goes

      My name is Jon von Goes, I’m a celebrant. Weddings mainly, but of late I’ve been doing a few funerals for Greenhaven. I like the way they go about their business. Straight up.
      There is movement in the funeral business. There are new ways of conducting funerals. There is a small new breed of funeral directors who are rethinking things and making funerals more culturally relevant. Carly and Tim are a part of that new breed.
      To do funerals well you need to make them all about the person who has just died. Not about other stuff that doesn’t matter. You need to get the tone right. You don’t need to bung it on too hard, nor do you want to come on too soft. And you don’t want to rip people off by selling them incredibly expensive coffins with ornate handles. You need to listen to what the people who are paying for the funeral want.
      Carly and Tim get it right.