IMMEDIATE NEED – Death Has Occured
We can help whether a death just occurred or you expect it might happen soon. You can call Ms. Ngaio Davis in Vancouver at 604-324-8285 or Wendy Rée in North Vancouver at 604-770-1471 twenty-four hours a day for help with an immediate death.
For all other inquiries our hours of business are Monday to Friday from 10am – 5pm and by appointment. We invite you to call or email us to talk about your situation, our pricing and to help you determine if you’d like our help. If you’d rather have that initial conversation in person, we can meet with you wherever you are most comfortable. Having a conversation involves no fees nor does it oblige you to hire us.
What do I have to do next?
Actually, very little needs to happen immediately. Whatever the scope of your feelings about this death, we encourage you to be with your emotions, be with your dead and let this new reality sink in.
Though it may not feel this way to you right now, a death is not an emergency. You do not need to immediately call 911 or arrange to have the deceased ‘taken away’. Depending on where the death occurs, you can just be with them and with each other before you take the next steps. Unless you’ve planned to care for the deceased yourself in your own home, the immediate next step usually involves moving the deceased.
After that, your big categories of choice are cremation or burial (disposition is the legal term) and what is a fitting goodbye ceremony? Read More
You’ll find our prices and packages straightforward and easy to understand. There are no hidden fees. Visit the KORU Shop to see prices for urns, jewellry and other items to help you say goodbye and remember. Read more for all other pricing including registration of death, transportation and sheltering.
We have a section of FAQs or frequently asked questions about what happens when a death occurs in different locations i.e. a private home, hospital.