01 Jul 2022

Generations of experience at Cross' Funeral Home

Generations of experience at Cross' Funeral Home

THE funeral of a loved one is a distressing time but with the assistance of a knowledgeable and trustworthy funeral director, the burden is made lighter.

Established in 1848, Cross’ Funeral Home in Limerick has assisted families through periods of grief through seven generations. This family run establishment offers a first rate service, allowing families to mourn without the additional stress of organising a funeral.

Also known as Joseph Cross and Sons Funeral Directors, the family have “generations of experience” said Michael Cross, who works in the company alongside brother Seamus, sisters Marion and Sarah and their father Tony who is retired.

The family work tirelessly to serve others in need during the most difficult times.

Providing a discreet and sympathetic service, Cross’ Funeral Home helps with every aspect of the funeral. They offer integrity and openness in guiding families through the funeral arrangement process, including cost and payment.

Cross’ Funeral Home assists in planning and executing funeral and cremation services, from preparing the deceased for viewing to co-ordinating the service arrangements with clergy, organising the music, organising the press announcements and paying for all the services on behalf of the clients.

They have a full funeral director service which includes embalming and the use of a modern hearse.

The Cross family take all the responsibility and worry from mourners, with the care and understanding that only a family firm can give. With a reputation for a stress free, easy going approach, their professional service is tailored completely to the families wishes, in a way that is both personable and cost effective.

With two locations, on Lower Gerald Griffin Street and in Ballyneety Village, Cross’ Funeral Homes provide an accessible funeral service to the entire Limerick region and surrounding areas. They can be contacted by calling (061) 41 07 44.

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