Mid Coast Funerals is locally owned and operated on the mid north coast of NSW. While offices are currently located in Port Macquarie and Wauchope, this is not a hindrance to meeting with families, as your family home may well become the place of meeting.
To think ahead and plan a funeral is a wonderful thing to do, both for you and your family. There are two options available - pre-paid and pre-planned funerals. Read more ...
Often times people pass away at home. We can help you work through this difficult time with care and compassion, to find out more click on this picture.
From a Nursing Home
Arrangements have generally been made upon entry to a nursing home for taking care of your loved one. Simply let the nursing staff know that Mid Coast Funerals are your requested funeral firm, and they will contact us.
The hospital will talk to the family to confirm the funeral director and ensure that they are okay for a transfer to be made into our care. From there, we will work with you on the arrangements for a service.
Mid Coast Funerals does whatever it takes to service the needs of your family.
While located in Port Macquarie, Wauchope and Laurieton, we will meet with you at your convenience to make arrangements for a funeral service, planning ahead, headstone or plaque inquiries, or any other question or concern you may have regarding final arrangements for you or a loved one.
* funeral arrangements
* transfers of deceased
* headstone and monument requirements
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* pre-paid and pre-planned funerals
* coffins and caskets
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* we help you write a eulogy
* we assist you notifying others of a death
* we advise on cost assistance
* we can help you organise your orders of service
* frequently asked questions
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* memory medallions
* memorial plaques
What to do when someone passes away
Upon entry into a nursing home, it is normal for the resident or family to nominate a funeral home of their choice. Read More →Suddenly or in an Accident
If a loved one dies accidentally or suddenly, the police and emergency services will be the first people contacted. Read More →From Hospital
The family will contact the funeral director and ensure that they are okay for a transfer to be made. Read More →From Home
If a loved one passes away at home, please contact your doctor, and if it was unexpected, also contact the emergency services. Read More →