Coming to terms with death is the greatest challenge we will face on this journey of life. Death is not only inevitable it is the one constant we can be sure of. When a loved one is lost, whether expected or a sudden death, the financial implications are high. Most people have funeral policies covering them from R5000 to R50 000. The biggest obstacles with these policies are that they take too long to pay out and most undertakers require their money prior to the funeral service. In some customs the families are required to bury the same day or the next. In the event of someone passing away over a weekend, there are no banks open to retrieve much needed funds that you may or may not have available.
What do you do? With this in mind, Centurion Funeral Directors have designed the following solutions: We believe that in your time of bereavement you should hand the responsibility over to us Centurion Funeral Directors, so we can do what we do best. This allows you quality time to grieve with your family and loved ones. We at Centurion Funeral Directors believe that in this time of sorrow you should spend quality time grieving the death of your loved one and let us take over the concerns that surround a funeral. You and your family should not be burdened with these tasks.
Centurion Funeral Directors have four basic solutions (Funeral Policies). Taking into consideration the vast cultures and history that South Africa has to offer, we at Centurion Funeral Directors designed our policies to suit the various cultures that enrich our land.
These solutions were designed keeping in mind that this is South Africa and we are all unique with our vast cultural backgrounds also when it concerns our funerals. Please take care in noting that you have a choice of any of the solutions on offer and are not bound by any due to race or culture. It is still your choice to choose a solution that best meets your needs.
Application Policy Form 2021 Local
Centurion Funeral Directors Brochure 2021
If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, I’d walk right up to Heaven and bring you home again. ~Unknown