Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service Latest News

EVENT: Funeral Planning and Legal Matters Information Session

October 19, 2017

Sue Marshman and Alyson Burchell from Tuckers are helping families to better understand funeral plans – as well as the difference between funeral insurance and planning ahead. As part of the Seniors Festival activities throughout Geelong, a free information session is being held (in conjunction with Wightons Lawyers) on Monday 23rd October at Tuckers Chapel in…

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EVENT: Geelong Seniors Festival Movie Matinee

October 9, 2017

The lolly bags are ready for the Geelong Seniors Festival Movie Matinee! The Kings Speech, starring Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush will be screening at Tuckers Highton Chapel (4-32 Province Boulevard, Highton) on Wednesday 11th October at 1pm. Doors open at 12.30pm, contact our team on 5221 4788 for your free ticket – a Gold Coin donation…

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EVENT: Meet the Author – Kirsty Manning

September 25, 2017

As part of the Geelong Seniors Festival Events Tuckers Funerals, in conjunction with Torquay Books, invite you to enjoy this rare opportunity to hear from “a country girl with wanderlust, mother of three and author Kirsty Manning”. Kirsty is a Victorian author whom earlier this year published her debut fiction novel The Midsummer Garden. ‘Meet the Author…

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EVENT: Melbourne Male Welsh Choir Recital at St Marys Basilica Geelong

September 19, 2017

Tuckers Funerals are again hosting the Melbourne Male Welsh Choir Recital at St Mary’s Basilica in Geelong. Geelong Seniors Festival Event – Limited tickets still available, contact us to get your free ticket. On Friday, October 6th 700+ people will fill the seats at the prestigious St Mary’s Basilica to hear the world-renowned Melbourne Welsh…

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Have you ever thought about working in the Funeral Industry?

August 10, 2017

The Gordon, along with Tuckers Funerals, offer a short course held in Geelong for you to learn all about the Funeral Industry. This course provides valuable information and exposure to all aspects of the industry, lead by experienced professionals and guest speakers. Delivered over four sessions, with one session held at Geelong Memorial Park and…

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Dying To Know Day

August 7, 2017

Dying To Know Day (D2KDay) – August 8th – is an annual day dedicated to encouraging conversations and community actions around death, dying and bereavement. Tuckers Funerals invite you to participate by having a conversation with your family and friends. It could be that you need to create or update your personal will, or discuss…

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Tuckers Scholarship Graduate

June 23, 2017

Tuckers would like to congratulate Hannah Allen on Graduating from Deakin university with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). Hannah was the recipient of the Tuckers Scholarship for 2015 / 2016, and we were pleased to assist such a vibrant and enthusiastic young lady achieve her studies. On Wednesday evening Andrew Kors was privileged to be…

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TALKING ABOUT FUNERALS – FREE INFORMATION SESSIONS

May 8, 2017

Alyson and Sue from Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service, Community Relations Team will be hosting a number of free information sessions. The sessions are an informal presentation of the funeral care process, the different options available, cemetery and crematorium details and the difference between a funeral pre-arrangement, a bond and a contract. Alyson and Sue will…

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Tuckers new funeral home & chapel in Moolap

January 13, 2017

What a wonderful night! The Geelong Harmony Chorus shared their beautiful harmonies with a spell bound audience at Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Services new chapel in Moolap. Alyson Burchell and Michele Van Liessum from Tuckers hosted the evening, but the stars of the night were the gorgeous ladies in the chorus. Real women, real harmony,…

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Geelong funeral services GM takes part in Daniher’s Drive launch

September 20, 2016

General Manager of Tuckers Geelong funeral services team, Mark Osbourne, attended the launch of Daniher’s Drive, which supports the search for a cure of Motor Neurone Disease (MND). To add your support or learn more about MND and “Daniher’s Drive”, please visit https://curemnd.org.au/.

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