Proud To Be Serving Our Community
The Greed Family
Paul & Cherie Murrihy (nee Greed), Dianne & Robert (Dec) Greed, Troy & Jackie Greed
Our priority is providing a personalised funeral to suit your needs and making the arrangement in a caring atmosphere as we walk through the funeral decisions together, alleviating any further added pressure.
F. Greed & Sons have been professionally serving the people of Hamilton and the Western District since 1861, and proudly represent five generations of the Family.
Our professionalism and commitment in serving our families has earned us a reliable and trustworthy reputation in our district and continues today with personalised care and attention, fulfilling your individual needs.
We approach each service with complete care, compassion and sensitivity for all involved.
Our family, caring for your family.
150 years of service
Importance of a Viewing
A funeral service is an important part of death and grief. It allows family and friends to come together to recognise their loss and celebrate the life of the loved one who has died.
Writing a Eulogy
A eulogy is an opportunity to acknowledge the importance of a life lived, memories made and the legacy left behind. Writing and giving a eulogy can be a daunting process.
Coping with Grief
Losing a loved one is a very emotional and traumatic experience. F. Greed & Sons commits to continued support for families during this difficult time.
Words of love, recounts of touching memories, notices that honour and pay tribute to loved ones.
Hugs From Home
An online service allowing those not able to attend a loved one’s funeral the opportunity to participate by offering a heart-felt tribute to the family
What our clients say…
“Thank you so much for all you did to help us through the terribly difficult time when we lost Dad. All you did personally is appreciated so much, and your support, care and guidance was incredible.”
Anne and Families
Hugs From Home
Whilst you can’t attend the funeral, you can still send your love, share your memories and be there for them – when you just can’t be there.