Funeral talk at Hospice

2016-06-02 06:00
Photo: supplied Khanya Hospice staff with visitors from Oakleigh Funeral Home.

Photo: supplied Khanya Hospice staff with visitors from Oakleigh Funeral Home.

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MANAGEMENT and staff at Khanya Hospice­ were recently visited by the staff of Oakleigh Funeral Home, who are working in the areas that Hospice serves, from Umbongontwini to Hibberdene.

Graham Anderson, Clair van Wyk and Henry Bro gave an informative talk about funeral policies and answered questions.

“People in general do not like to talk about funerals, funeral policies and what they would like to happen to them after they die.

“Yet it is important so that families, often in a state of shock, bereaved and mourning will know and be aware of the last wishes of their loved one,” said Khanya­ Hospice CEO, Neil MacDonald.

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