Hi, I'm Trevor Hayley

Funeral Celebrant, SA

Just as a river brings life so do the important people in our lives. When a person dies, is it possible to achieve a balance between the warmth and space to remember for funerals and memorials, while at the same time, truly celebrate the life that was?

The person you have loved, deserves nothing less than the best send off, as you say goodbye. I believe that by truly listening and working with you, to fully understand your wishes, this balance of warmth and celebration is possible. How can I partner with you to bring about this balance?

Celebration and care, to provide a balance between care you need as a family, and to celebrate the life of your loved one.

Essence an invitation, together, to reflect on what was at the very heart, or essence of the person, that made them unique and special to you.

Listening, being fully present and listening inwardly to your wishes and hopes for the funeral or memorial

Eulogies, can be a stress to those delivering them. I am more than happy to step in if required and take the pressure off on the day

Build a picture, although the physical presence has gone, the person will continue in our hearts and minds in images and memories.

Remembering, a space to truly capture those memories you can recall, as well as those that will emerge.

About you your memories and reflections, and being with those you love, are at the centre of any ceremony.

Touch the heart together, the invitation is to prepare a funeral or a memorial, that will resonate with you in a meaningful way.

Ease you can be assured your wishes and hopes will be delivered with warmth, while at the same time celebrating the life of your loved one.

I have officiated at ceremonies including the Sporting Car Club in Hyde Park, Belair National Park, Old Willunga Courthouse, Hindmarsh Island, and even Keith in the South East. Location plays such an important role in any ceremony, so let's discuss just the right place for yours.

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