Death Notices now available on Jennings Funeral Directors website – funeral information for all our funeral homes across Dublin. Jennings funeral notices published and updated daily.
Dedicated online funeral notices – a new complimentary feature of Jennings Funeral Directors courtesy based service to Dublin families in their care.
As part of our funeral related service to Dublin communities, when a family come into us here at Jennings Funeral Directors to arrange the funeral of a beloved relative, Jennings now offer to publish and update daily funeral notices for their network of branches across Dublin – linking Jennings original Funeral Directors at The Five Lamps in Amiens Street, Oscar Traynor Road in Coolock, on Dublin’s northside, Jennings of Raheny in Dublin 5 and our Dublin 15 Funeral Home, Jennings of Blanchardstown Village.
It’s a new and interesting development in the sense that families are reporting back to their Jennings Funeral Directors that they find the dedicated death notice option a very useful feature. However, families are still very keen that the funeral arrangements for their loved ones are also published on Ireland’s dedicated death notice website RIP.IE where your Jennings Funeral Director can place your funeral notice.
Jennings can place your family death notice on RIP.IE but also, if there are any changes in the funeral arrangements, your Funeral Director can directly access and edit your notice at any time, even on Sundays – both on the Jennings Death notice section of our website, but also directly on RIP.IE.
Also, your Jennings Funeral Director will also liaise with the newspapers for you regarding any funeral changes relative to your family bereavement – although it’s worth bearing in mind that the death notices sections on the print newspapers have deadlines.
Funeral attendance is something that Irish people hold very dear as an important part of community life. People need up-to-date accurate information on funeral times, reposals and funeral services, and the bereaved family need to know that the information is out there about their beloved relative’s funeral arrangements – one less task to worry about in these painful days of loss.
Funeral details in one useful location for Dublin communities wishing to pay their respects.
We’ve all been there in the sense of perhaps needing funeral information in a hurry – maybe you’ve just learned that your old neighbour from home has passed away. It doesn’t feel right to go contacting the family directly with all they have going on. You might be dashing for a church service without the time to even phone the Funeral Director – but a quick scan of the Jennings Website and the correct funeral information is now at your disposal immediately.
Most of our families find this new Jennings website death notice section very useful service – and along with RIP.IE it tends to work in addition to the traditional newspaper notices which are still an important part of Dublin funeral traditions in letting people know of the funeral arrangements.
Mindful points about Funeral Arrangement information:
Your Jennings Funeral Director can help ensure that the Death Notice is adequate to your family needs.
- Correct information in terms of Funeral Mass times and Reposal details.
- Cemetery or Crematorium locations. (Death Notices are not published until the final Funeral Arrangements have all been confirmed by the relevant organisations, churches, cemeteries, coroner’s office).
- Courteous information about whether funeral flowers are appropriate, or donations in lieu of flowers.
- Your Jennings Funeral Director can help you compose death notices that offer clear boundaries – for instance – as a family you may wish to have Reposal time but also build in private time for your immediate family to spend time with your beloved deceased relative.
- At Jennings Funeral Homes across Dublin, it’s often the case that viewing times for neighbours and friends is from 2-4 pm or some such time, allowing extra reposal time for close family.
- By the same token, if a beloved deceased relative is being waked or reposing at home, the Funeral Director will advise the family to avoid publishing address details for security reasons. And so the Death Notice may stipulate a time and simply state, just for example: ‘Reposing at the family home between 5-7 pm.’
For families suffering the trauma of bereavement, the appropriate Death Notice is at the heart of the funeral arrangements; the funeral itself an event so precious in honouring not just a life lived, but a sad loss deeply felt.
Please go to our Death notices section.
A good Funeral Director will help the bereaved family to compose a funeral notice that covers all aspects of what they wish to convey.