Soul Transition/Funeral Celebrant

The Marking of an End

As a Funeral Celebrant I believe that our highest honour as humans is to remember those who have passed to spirit. Once they are gone, their greatest gift to us is the memory of their presence in our life; they may have physically departed but they still exist emotionally in the hearts of those who knew them. Every life holds meaning and deserves to be celebrated, and celebrated well; to acknowledge how our loved ones have touched our lives and those of others around them.

This is a difficult time for those who are grieving and my aim is to guide you gently through the process of preparing for the service you desire. To support you with funeral administration along with suggestions as to how to honour your loved one (as well as your own feelings, thoughts and wishes), within the heart of the funeral service

And then, with compassion, integrity and dignity, I will officiate at the service wherever you choose that to be: at a crematorium, cemetery, natural burial site, your garden or a memorial location of your choice.

Contact me for to discuss how I can help you

“My father was not a religious person, but no less a humanitarian and Beverley’s approach helped give a perfect reflection of his life, down to earth yet still sufficiently spiritual.

She was a huge source of support and encouragement in giving my Dad a most fitting send-off with her quietly dignified, compassionate but highly competent & confident manner.

Beverley gave helpful suggestions enabling me to find a focus for my short eulogy, and relieved me of all unnecessary funereal administration.

Her insightful readings at the service gave family & friends comfort and food for thought; suffice to say several asked for her details with members of their own families in mind.”

Suzanne

Thank you Beverley Gearey with all my heart for conducting the service for the funeral of my beloved friend Ingrid.

Beverley understood who she was even though she had never met her.

The service was very spiritual and adapted to everyone’s faith, kind and thoughful, profound and loving. Celebrating Ingrid’s life and helping all of us in that painful moment.

I wouldn’t choose anyone else than Beverley.

Florence