Stonehouse Funeral Directors
When you need the services of a funeral directors in Stonehouse, Dignity can help. Our funeral home has supported generations of families in Plymouth, providing compassionate funeral care and tailored funeral arrangement.
Earl of Plymouth Funeral Directors has served the community for more than 70 years and its National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) accredited funeral home gives you the reassurance of not only experience, but also of industry recognition for the standard of service.
Find your Stonehouse funeral directors below.
Funeral homes near Stonehouse
Our Funeral Directors near Stonehouse offer
- The option of a dignified funeral service now and memorial service later
- Advice and guidance at every step
- including registering the death
- Arrangements that are tailored to meet your family’s needs
- Local expertise and knowledge
- Cremation or burial at any local crematorium or burial site
- Funeral services of all faiths and cultures
- Viewing of the deceased in the chapel of rest
- funeral vehicles and bespoke transport options
- Memorials and tributes
- Prepaid funeral plans
Frequently asked questions
When someone dies, the first steps will depend on how and where the person passed away. Our step-by-step guides will walk you through the practical steps. For additional support and personal advice, please get in touch with us.
Third party funeral costs are additional charges which we will manage for you and attach to your single invoice. Get in touch with us to confirm costs and plan a funeral to fit your budget.
You don't have to make an appointment at our funeral homes. However, doing so will ensure that someone can be available to cater to your needs. When arranging a funeral, our Funeral Directors are happy to visit you in your own home, if required.
If you choose to arrange the funeral with us, you will be given the option of a complimentary Funeral Notice. We will set it up for you using the details discussed during the arrangements. All we need is an email address.
A pallbearer is one of usually four or six people who carry, or help transport, the coffin, throughout the stages of a funeral. Coffins are often moved on wheeled biers; but bearers are still needed.