Serving the local community since 1983.
We are members of the National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) which has been helping funeral directors care for the bereaved since 1905 and is the longest established trade association within the profession.
The business has continued to grow over the past 30 years from humble beginnings buying the granite memorials and erecting them for local families. Then to the manufacture, lettering and erecting of the memorials, which over the years progressed into larger projects such as war memorials (Cenotaphs), for several different Royal British Legions & organisations. Both near and far: Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden and a War Memorial in the National Memorial Arboretum in Litchfield, England / Fintona / Castlerock / Clogherney and many more.
Choosing a final resting place, whether for a loved one or for yourself, is an important decision. Once that decision is made, a special monument to mark that space is one of the most personal and unique ways to commemorate an individual, couple or family. A memorial can be as simple or elaborate as you wish.
OLIVER, KATHLEEN (CASSIE)
OLIVER, (Nee FORBES) KATHLEEN (CASSIE) Peacefully at Parkview nursing home and late of 53 Learmore Road, Killen, Castlederg. Dearly beloved wife of the late Bertie,
MOFFITT, MARION ELIZABETH
MOFFITT, (née Breen) MARION ELIZABETH Peacefully at her son’s residence 40 Blacksessiagh Road, Omagh and late of 25 Mellon Park Drive, Omagh. Dearly beloved wife
KEATLEY, DONALD ROBERT (DON)
KEATLEY, DONALD ROBERT (DON) Peacefully at Royal Victoria Hospital and late of 6 Corgary Road, Castlederg. Dear son of Mary and the late Samuel, beloved
Professional and Dignified Funeral service and personalised memorials to leave a lasting memory of your loved one.
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