At West Coast Funerals, we acknowledge the impact of COVID-19 throughout the nation and in our community and in particular, the Government regulations which now apply to funeral services. During this difficult time, we remain committed to serving the people of Eyre Peninsula whilst adhering to the new restrictions.
It is important that funerals continue to retain their traditional role in acknowledging the death of a loved one, and offering comfort to the bereaved. Even with the new restrictions of social distancing and restricted attendances, funeral services can still be arranged to meet the individual needs of families.
At West Coast Funerals, we can offer funeral ceremonies in our chapel, in private homes or in outdoor locations, while caring for the well-being and safety of all people. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us on 86842001. We are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Our professional team are dedicated to the people we serve.
Relatives and friends are advised that Trevor’s funeral service
will be conducted in the
One Heart Church, Port Lincoln on
Monday, 26th October 2020 at 10.00 a.m.
Following the service, the cortege will proceed to the
North Shields Garden Cemetery
COVID-19 restrictions will apply
We believe it is a great privilege for us to be entrusted with the care of a loved one, in a time of need. Our modern facilities servicing Port Lincoln and the Eyre Peninsula area, are set amidst the peace and serenity of our lovely tranquil gardens.
West Coast Funerals is a member of the Australian Funeral Directors’ Association and the Australasian Cemeteries and Crematoria Association, ensuring that our facilities, professional practice and ethics are of the very highest standard.
As country people, we have a strong affinity with the land, and the rural way of life. Our garden evidences this close bond with nature. There is great satisfaction in nurturing plants through their growth, enjoying their beauty, and finally composting them. They can then return to the earth from which they came, as organic materials – reminding us of the great order of the universe, and the cycle of life itself.