Charles Cowling
Here’s a charming story from Wales: The family of a frugal farm contractor who died aged 87 paid tribute to him by building his hearse out of scrap. For just £60 relatives of William Royden John built the funeral cart which transported him to St James’ Church in Rudry from
Charles Cowling
I’ll never make a funeral director. Yesterday’s experience reinforced that. No presence of mind. No eye for detail. In any case, I like things to hang loose, come a little unravelled if they will. But the mourning public likes to be held in a reassuring grip, I was reminded. They
Charles Cowling
A right separate funeral bag crapper attain every the disagreement to a kinsfolk who has forfeited a idolized member … Funeral directors are also answerable for maintaining the equipment. Caskets, gravestones, tamps, vases, and box cloudy devices should ever be in beatific condition; otherwise, directors separate the venture of something