Preparing to say the final goodbye

Most people only arrange one funeral in their lifetime. While it is an honour to have been entrusted with arranging the funeral of a loved one, the process may appear to be somewhat daunting.

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days of the year

We do not use an answering service so your call will always be answered personally by one of our funeral directors, even if you call us in the middle of the night or at the weekend.

As funeral directors, our primary role is to work with you as a family as you prepare to say the final goodbye to your loved one.

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View the First Steps to Arranging a Funeral
Respecting the wishes of you and the deceased
  • Respecting the wishes of you and the deceased as well as any religious or cultural requirements.
  • Providing you with the information you require to decide what type of funeral you would like for your loved one.
  • Caring for the remains of your loved one in a dignified and respectful manner.
  • Enabling you, your family and your friends to view your loved one’s remains as and when you would like.
With you at every Step
  • Making the funeral and committal arrangements on your behalf which includes obtaining official certificates and permits as required.
  • Making any other arrangements you would like us to make such as placing death notices, organising refreshments or a meal for family and friends after the funeral, accepting and handing over charitable donations, memorial cards, headstones or seeking permission to scatter ashes at a particular place.
  • Providing you with an itemised list of costs and seeking your approval for additional costs in advance of them being incurred.


After the death of a loved one, there are many questions you may have on how to begin to arrange a funeral that honours their life. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions that you may find helpful.

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Massey Bros. is committed to caring for the remains of your loved one in a dignified and respectful manner.

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In Ireland, the majority of families arrange a funeral ceremony or service to mark the life of a loved one. This could be a religious ceremony held in a church or other place of worship, or it could be a civil ceremony held at a Massey Bros.’ branch or another location of your choice

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Our coffin and casket designs range from the elegantly simple to highly ornate and include eco-friendly options as well as coffins which can be customised to reflect the hobbies and interests of a loved one.

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“Thank you so much for all your kindness, sensitivity and professional support at the time of my Mum's passing. ”


“Thank you very much for all your kindness and for providing the services in a manner that our sadness so much more bearable. Thanks also for your constant, consoling words.”


“You helped me through the hardest time in my life. I've never had to organise a funeral before and you have done everything for me. You were so professional, so caring, so supportive and so understanding. It was the most beautiful and special service possible.”