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Justine Whittle 2019-08-19 09:25:29

Alan was extremely helpful and thoughtful in helping us as a family. He was flexible in allowing my brother to see my father due to the distance he had to travel, which was essential as part of my brothers grieving but not at the most convenient time for the Funeral Home. Thank you. Alan helped in sorting out a minor issue with the funding page and was supportive throughout, including at the funeral itself which was led by a Celebrant who listened to how we wanted the service to be and reflected Dads life just right. I would have no hesitation in recommending Boston Co Op Funeral Home.

Peter Willis 2019-07-22 11:23:36

Everything was superb from beginning to end. The kindness & compassion from Sarah & the rest of the team was second to none. Edna was laid to rest beautifully—- thank you for that. Would recommend the services of he coop every time.

Marilyn Coote 2019-06-19 18:25:28

The meeting with Alan at the Co op was very reassuring and he made my husband and myself feel quite relaxed about the whole thing Andrew Key who was suggested by Alan gave a perfect service. Only one thing that was a little difficult, which was waiting 4weeks from Mum's death until the cremation.

Bridget Rowe 2019-06-10 18:20:02

From start to finish, excellent service. At this difficult time for our family we found your service kind, compassionate, understanding and nothing was too much trouble. Thankyou

Deirdre Morley 2019-05-13 09:31:11

Very professional & thoughtful throughout. Felt very reassured that everything would run smoothly and it did. Sarah and Alan at Boston are exemplary.