Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors was founded over 60 years ago, providing professional, sensitive, and respectful funeral arrangement services for families in Tipperary, Waterford, and Kilkenny.
Our team of funeral directors have years of experience in the industry and understand how daunting it can be for you to have to organise a funeral after the loss of a loved one. We are here to take the burden off you and can offer full funeral arrangement services to you following a loss.
Our flexibility means that we have packages for families who want to leave all aspects of planning to us, or we can collaborate with families who would like to be a little more involved, to provide more bespoke funeral arrangement services.
Our main priority at Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors is respect, compassion, and sensitivity, which is why we provide straightforward and uncomplicated funeral direction for the members of our community. This policy of total respect and dignity covers all religions and cultures, ensuring that the traditions, beliefs, and rituals of your deceased loved one are strictly adhered to.
We understand that losing a loved one is one of the most difficult times in anyone’s life, which is why we strive to provide a top-class service and take some of the stress off you and your family.
Funeral Directors FAQ
What is the process after somebody dies in Ireland?
After someone dies, the death must be registered and a wake, funeral and burial is organised. Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors can arrange all proceedings following the death of a loved one.
Who is responsible for organising a funeral?
Whoever the deceased person has named as their executors are responsible for arranging the funeral of the deceased. Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors offers professional, sensitive and respectable funeral director services in Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny.
How much does organising a funeral cost?
The cost of a funeral varies depending on a number of things. Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors offer funeral arrangement packages in Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny for all budgets, religions and cultures.
How long is the funeral after someone dies in Ireland?
Following the death of someone by illness or natural causes, the funeral is usually arranged for 2-3 days after the date of passing.