Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
One of the major goals at the Scotland Funeral Home is to make arrangements easier for the families that we serve. With the help of technology we are able to provide information for families before they come to the Funeral Home. Listed below is information regarding Classified Death Notices, Obituaries, In Memoriams, and Cards of Thanks.
|The Review Mirror |
|15 Church Street Westport ON K0G 1X0|
Alternate Phone: 1-613-273-8000
Contact: Howie Crichton
Contact: Louise Haughton
|Brockville Recorder and Times |
|P.O. Bag # 10 Brockville ON K6V 5T8|
Alternate Phone: 1-613-342-4441
Contact: Classified ext 191
There are no publications on Mondays
CARDS OF THANKS
This is an insertion in the paper where you thank people that helped you during your time of need. Typically people thank their Special Friends, Doctors, Nurses, Clergy, Funeral Director and the person or persons that assisted with the reception.
This details the personal data, background, funeral details as well as the survivors of the deceased.
This is generally done near or on the annual anniversary of the deceased. It states the deceased's name and the date of passing. It is not uncommon for survivors to include a short poem that fits the occassion.
The death notice is normally placed before visitation and or funeral services. It should provide details about where the person died, who is survivied by them and the location and date of the funeral funeral details, as well the memorial donation request is usually placed in the death notice. Most newspapers have a policy in place that a funeral notice will only be accepted when placed by the funeral home. Although some newspapers will accept the funeral notice directley from the family, but only on consent and confirmation by the funeral home entrusted with the arrangements.