Wake & Paine is also now Dignity owned.
Organise the Wake, cause some pain in the wallet?
Ten years ago, we had two local Ministers; The Reverend Blood and The Reverend Body. This could sometimes be awkward to explain to our funeral arrangers.
Indeed – intoxicating alliteration evidently befuddles bereaved brains….why else would you stay on the line after the greeting “Greedy House of Grace”?
Bang on the money, I’d say!!
David Greedy – now a Dignity owned funeral home.
I’ve always smiled at ‘David Greedy House of Grace’ in Crowthorne in Berkshire…
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Thank you James Patton – The Ronald McDonald one must be a spoof surely?
Mr. XX’s one must added to the sequence.
I cannot do better than that but in the 1960’s there was a carpet fitter in Bridgwater called ‘Walter Wall’!
Nor yet Dennis Mould at Stockting in Weymouth.
Don’t forget our very own WAKE & PAINE in Twickenham, London.
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