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Funeral Directors Association of New Zealand (FDANZ)

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Funeral Directors Association of New Zealand (FDANZ)
Category
Funeral Services
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Qualified and registered Funeral Firms
www.fdanz.org.nz
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Nationwide
Phone
04 473 7475
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Description
A call to a registered FDANZ Funeral Director is the first step in ensuring your loved one gets the funeral they deserve. In New Zealand we grieve by gathering, remembering and celebrating. A funeral is an important step in this process.

Choosing to be a member of the Funeral Directors Association of NZ (FDANZ) is a choice New Zealand's best funeral homes make. The choice to join and be accepted into FDANZ means a commitment by members to provide a thoroughly professional and high quality service.

It also means you can be assured the firm has qualified and registered funeral directors to guide you through the many choices involved, whether you are after a full service funeral, a quiet cremation or a bespoke memorial.

Please visit our website www.fdanz.org.nz to find a list of FDANZ members in your area.

Have you considered the benefits of pre-arranging your own funeral? It's a wonderful gift to leave your family. Ask us for an information pack.

Click on the "Send me an info pack" button above and we'll post you a set of "My Life, My Funeral" brochures and a booklet from the FDANZ Funeral Trust about pre-planning and pre-paying your funeral.
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Find a FDANZ Funeral Home by clicking on our map:
Website https://www.fdanz.co.nz/fdanz-funeral-di...
Updated: 21 Mar 2017
What's New
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‘Take the Time to Talk’ campaign launched

Kiwis need to Take the Time to Talk, according to the Funeral Directors Association of New Zealand (FDANZ), which this week launched their annual campaign to encourage people to spend time talking about final farewells.

Do your children, grandchildren and friends know the defining moments of your life? Do they know the day you laughed so hard you cried? Do they know your proudest achievement or your favourite teacher? Do they know who taught you to ride a bike, swim or drive a car?

The sharing of your life story isn’t something that has be done in your absence, don’t leave it up to someone else to tell your story – do it now, when you can enjoy being a part of the conversation. 

Please visit www.fdanz.org.nz for information on how to share your life story and final wishes with those you love.


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