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  • When death is accidental, sudden or unexpected, a different process must be followed. The first and obvious step is to contact the police. Their task is to investigate the circumstances, gather information, determine a positive identification and ensure the careful transfer of the person who has died to the coroner’s facility
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  • I’d like the memory of me to be a happy one. I’d like to leave an after glow of smiles when life is done. I’d like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways, of happy times and laughing times and bright, sunny days. I’d like the tears of those who grieve to dry before the sun of happy memories that I leave when life is done.
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  • Arrange your funeral online, fill in the form and submit it to us.
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  • On average, most people will arrange only two funerals in their lifetime. This limited experience often leaves a family feeling inadequate, not knowing what to do or what it costs. “Help! I’ve never done this before.” The question most people ask is “What does everyone else do?” The human quest for normality seems to drive our search for what is usual or average for others. When faced with the unfamiliar feelings and the emotions that the death of a loved one brings, families have a greater need for such security and normality.
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  • Within the boundaries of the funeral directors’ professional fee, funeral directors who are professional and competently trained will carefully prepare the deceased. Our company makes the commitment that regardless of whether the families have requested to see the person who has died again or not, we will perform our duties in a gentle, professional, and ethical way by preparing and dressing the person in the clothing that has been provided by the family.
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  • Attending a funeral of your loved one; a friend, family or an acquaintance, is indeed, a sad and stressful time. It is the time for the entire family to get together in mourning for the departed one. Choosing the appropriate funeral limo is an extremely significant matter. Our range beautiful funeral limos will give your loved one quality transport to there final resting place.
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  • Casey Gardner has been part of the Integrity team for nearly 5 years. Casey's major focus is mortuary preperation of some one who hs died, This requires expert knowledge & attention as well as some heart. Casey is near the completion of her embalming studies which is a two year study commitment.
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  • The choice of the type of coffin or casket is a very personal matter. In fact, the law does not talk about a casket or coffin. It states that a suitable container that is both airtight and watertight must be used. The use of a casket or coffin is in reality a very practical act. It provides for the ease of movement of the deceased person and their care and housing in a hygienic way
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  • In January, 1982, the youngest of our seven children drowned at the age of 2 years, 7 months and 8 ½ days. He was utterly adored and cherished by us all. We were totally overwhelmed at the time and took poor advice on his burial site. Because we quickly grew to dislike the administration of the cemetery, we were never at ease even though we worked through the dreadful years of grief and incorporated his death into our lives. We always knew that, when we found the right place, we would do what we could to make it better for our children when we die. A couple of years ago, we came across a delightful old “rural style” cemetery on the Gold Coast
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  • The choice of the type of coffin or casket is a very personal matter. In fact, the law does not talk about a casket or coffin. It states that a suitable container that is both airtight and watertight must be used. The use of a casket or coffin is in reality a very practical act. It provides for the ease of movement of the deceased person and their care and housing in a hygienic way
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  • Integrity Funerals, Providing Funeral Service with Integrity on the Gold Coast and Brisbane. It's our job to organise things for you we are here to lift the burden from your shoulders. The Integrity Funerals team have their hearts set towards the compassionate care of the people and families who seek our help. Each member of the team values compassion, excellence, respect for your wishes, attention to detail and support for you, our client, throughout the entire funeral process
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  • Embalming of the person who has died in Australia is more a specific requirement due to circumstances, rather than a part of the usual process. The following circumstances govern the necessity for the embalming and preservation of the deceased.
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  • On average, most people will arrange only two funerals in their lifetime. This limited experience often leaves a family feeling inadequate, not knowing what to do or what it costs. “Help! I’ve never done this before.” The question most people ask is “What does everyone else do?” The human quest for normality seems to drive our search for what is usual or average for others. When faced with the unfamiliar feelings and the emotions that the death of a loved one brings, families have a greater need for such security and normality.
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  • Exhumations Australia is a part of Integrity Funerals, based on the Gold Coast. For this specific field of funeral work we believe that our company has no peer in Australia. Though based on the Gold Coast we have performed and continue to perform the important task of the exhumation of human remains all over Queensland, other states of Australia and in some cases we have travelled overseas. We have acted for private families, legal institutions and local councils and government
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  • Disturbing someone you love from their place of burial whether they have been there for a long or short period of time is not something that should be considered lightly. It is an extremely important decision that requires long and serious thought and should be arrived at without frivolous intentions. We all have the goal of respectfully leaving our loved ones in peace and keeping intact our memories of their last farewell.
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  • If you are reading this you are most likely being faced with the death of someone important to you or the prospect of losing someone important to you very soon. We would like to encourage you and give you information at this time that empowers you. There is only ever one chance to celebrate and honour the life of the person you love and we want you, as the people we serve, to be able to look back, although sometimes painfully, and remember that experience with the assurance and confidence that you have done all that you could to make the funeral a unique, personal and cherished day for your family.
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  • Integrity funerals Gold Coast Queensland (07) 5574 4722, providing funeral service with Integrity on the gold coast and brisbane
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  • Stems pride them self on the quality and freshness of there flower stock. Stems roses are second to none direct from the growers. Premium Hydroponic grown roses. Spectacular colours and varieties available. When only the best will do. We guarantee a premium product at all times. Stems have a large selection of the highest quality and freshest premium flowers available on the Gold Coast. Contact us to confirm seasonal availability, additional varieties and colours.
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  • for your convenience we have developed a simple iphone application to assit you with your funeral arrangements available free from the Apple app store click here to download now!
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  • Funeral AssistTM is our simple payment plan and it does not involve you answering any embarrassing questions about your life or your income.
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  • If you are looking at this web you are most likely being faced with the death of someone important to you or the prospect of losing someone important to you very soon. We would like to encourage you and give you information at this time that empowers you. There is only ever one chance to celebrate and honour the life of the person you love and we want you, as the people we serve, to be able to look back, although sometimes painfully, and remember that experience with the assurance and confidence that you have done all that you could to make the funeral a unique, personal and cherished day for your family.
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  • Gold Coast & Brisbane funeral home Gold Lady Integrity Funerals was established over 15 years ago to provide our clients with an option to be cared for exclusively by Gold Coast ladies. ...Read more
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  • Prearranging and prepaying your funeral through the Integrity Funeral Plan of Australia provides some distinct advantages. It eases the emotional pressure on loved ones by documenting your wishes and providing peace of mind that your funeral service is conducted according to your personal choices.
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  • Integrity funerals Gold Coast Queensland (07) 5574 4722, providing funeral service with Integrity on the gold coast and brisbane. It's our job to organise funeral services for you
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  • Integrity Funerals, Providing Funeral Service with Integrity on the Gold Coast and Brisbane. It's our job to organise things for you we are here to lift the burden from your shoulders. The Integrity Funerals team have their hearts set towards the compassionate care of the people and families who seek our help. Each member of the team values compassion, excellence, respect for your wishes, attention to detail and support for you, our client, throughout the entire funeral process
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  • Families face a very difficult process when someone dies away from home, whether overseas or interstate. Not only are they faced with the tragic loss of someone important to them, they need to arrange a funeral away from their familiar surroundings. They also face the need to transport their loved one home. Our company liaises and partners with many travel assistance organisations that specialise in the protection and care of the traveller. From all over the world. This can be a very daunting task, dealing with travel insurers, consulates and airlines, not to mention the intricate legal requirements surrounding the process and the fact that on many occasions there are language barriers. Queensland and Australia are among the world’s premier tourist destinations. The beauty of our coastline and climate mean that people are eager to travel, study, work and retire here
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  • Mary has been involved in the funeral industry for 25 years. Starting on a yard broom with one of Brisbane’s oldest and most prestigious funeral homes, he progressed rapidly through the ranks and at 26 was appointed Manager. When a major company bought the business he continued for some years in management roles with them.
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  • We understand the Masonic way and endeavour to adhere to every ritual and consideration due to our bretheren. Visit Integrity's Sprig of Acacia Masonic Funerals
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  • Max re-joins Rowan in Integrity Funerals after 12 years as a Funeral Director and Manager at a number of levels in operations and training. He has been on the Integrity Funerals team since 2002. He has extensive life experience, having worked in the people and leadership fields for over 40 years. With a background of ministry and senior leadership in civilian churches and the Australian Defence Force, Max provides helpful perspectives in funeral service, training, loss and grief education and management. Over the past 12 years he has been a Location Manager, Regional Training Manager, Senior Funeral Director and General Manager.
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  • Peter has many years of experience in the funeral profession his main focus as part of the Integrity team is Masonic Funerals of which he has had a life long passion.
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  • As part of most funeral ceremonies, someone (a family member, the priest, minister or celebrant) tells an abbreviated Life Story of the one who has died. This is called The Eulogy, from the Greek words “to speak well of”. Often it is difficult to know what to include and what to leave out.
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  • Mary Lepp is our principal consultant in the preplanning and prepaying of funerals. Her passion to bring people the peace of mind of having funeral plans set in place well in advance of when they will be needed is fed by her professional understanding of the processes involved and her personal experience of being caught without a plan when faced with a sudden death in her family.
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  • Integrity Funerals, Providing Funeral Service with Integrity on the Gold Coast and Brisbane. It's our job to organise things for you we are here to lift the burden from your shoulders. The Integrity Funerals team have their hearts set towards the compassionate care of the people and families who seek our help. Each member of the team values compassion, excellence, respect for your wishes, attention to detail and support for you, our client, throughout the entire funeral process
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  • We are here to lift the burden from your shoulders. The Integrity Funerals team have their hearts set towards the compassionate care of the people and families who seek our help.
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  • Integrity Funerals, Providing Funeral Service with Integrity on the Gold Coast and Brisbane. It's our job to organise things for you we are here to lift the burden from your shoulders. The Integrity Funerals team have their hearts set towards the compassionate care of the people and families who seek our help. Each member of the team values compassion, excellence, respect for your wishes, attention to detail and support for you, our client, throughout the entire funeral process
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  • Rowan has been involved in the funeral industry for nearly three decades. Starting on a yard broom with one of Brisbane’s oldest and most prestigious funeral homes, he progressed rapidly through the ranks and at 26 was appointed Manager.When a major company bought the business he continued for some years in management roles with them. Rowan reached a major turning point in his professional journey when, in partnership, he acquired Russell Firth Integrity Funerals in 2002. Released from corporate constraints, he was now free to realise the value of the true heart of the funeral profession. Now he could do for families suffering loss what he would want someone to do for him.
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  • Many families are quite daunted at the thought of seeing their loved one after they have died. This is usually when a person has had no experience seeing someone who has died, let alone coping with the emotion of losing someone they love dearly.
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  • Integrity funerals Gold Coast Queensland (07) 5574 4722, providing funeral service with Integrity on the gold coast and brisbane.
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  • Integrity Funerals, Providing Funeral Service with Integrity on the Gold Coast and Brisbane. It's our job to organise things for you we are here to lift the burden from your shoulders. The Integrity Funerals team have their hearts set towards the compassionate care of the people and families who seek our help. Each member of the team values compassion, excellence, respect for your wishes, attention to detail and support for you, our client, throughout the entire funeral process
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  • The choice of the type of coffin or casket is a very personal matter. In fact, the law does not talk about a casket or coffin. It states that a suitable container that is both airtight and watertight must be used. The use of a casket or coffin is in reality a very practical act. It provides for the ease of movement of the deceased person and their care and housing in a hygienic way. So, what is it all about?
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  • Having a funeral service is helpful because it provides an opportunity to bring old memories together and the opportunity to make new ones. Often a momentous time during the funeral ceremony is the compilation and sharing of stories that give insight into the life of the person who has died.
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  • Meet the Staff of Integrity Funerals
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  • Tracey Rosen has been part of Integrity funerals for 3 years along with some funeral duties Traceys major focus is the accounts manager. Married with two wonderfull children tracey enjoys mixing her chosen career win accounting with the interaction with the familes we care for.
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  • A beautiful life compassionately celebrated with keepsake urns for cremation, Compassion it’s what we all need when we’ve lost a loved one or begin the difficult end-of-life planning process. Our caring, dedicated staff will help you select from the array of keepsake funeral urns and burial urns.
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  • Below is a list of crematorium facilities, arranged by district to help you discover which is the closest and easiest for your family’s needs.
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  • As previously mentioned, disbursements are costs that are paid on your behalf by the funeral director. Most mainstream funeral directors accept these charges as part of the total account simply to assist you as a family to concentrate on each other and the day, rather than administering many small details.
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  • Most family members only ever see the end price of a funeral. There is a perception that the entire cost of the funeral originates with the funeral director. That is not the case. Many of the costs that arise come from your personal choices and from services provided by other parties. We trust that you will find the following breakdown of costs helpful. The best way to understand funeral costs is to consider them in two distinct categories
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  • When the funeral is over and you have concluded your dealings with the funeral director, the next step is memorialisation. This is the process of marking the final resting place of your loved one’s body with an appropriate memorial plaque or stone. In the case of cremation, it will also include choosing somewhere to place the ashes
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  • Before choosing a funeral director we encourage you to ask the following questions of the company
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  • A key part of the funeral arrangement interview is completing and signing a contract of service and costing between you and the funeral director. This form acts as an agreement between you and the funeral director, and provides the funeral director with authority to prepare and provide the funeral service in accordance with your requests. It also specifies costs and terms of payment.
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  • Application for Purchase of a Grave and Burial or Reopening of a Grave The person requesting the funeral signs an application for the desired cemetery to allocate a grave site or the reopening of a previously occupied grave where allowance has been made for a second or third burial. The cemetery authority uses information in this application to establish ownership and authority for the grave site and its possible future use
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  • When a cremation service is requested, the person requesting the funeral must complete two forms in place of the one for burial.
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  • The determination that someone has died naturally is made solely by their normal medical practitioner’s ability and willingness to sign a medical certificate detailing the cause of death. The following general rules apply for the medical practitioner to do this:
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  • Our passion to provide excellent service. The best we can offer… From your first enquiry to our last handshake, we want you to receive the best service that we can offer. When someone you love dies you look for someone you can trust to help you. The many decisions to be made at this difficult time can be burdensome.
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  • Our passion to provide excellent service. The best we can offer… From your first enquiry to our last handshake, we want you to receive the best service that we can offer. When someone you love dies you look for someone you can trust to help you. The many decisions to be made at this difficult time can be burdensome.
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  • The first contact you have with a funeral director is usually on the telephone. At this point, the funeral director is going to need the following information:
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