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The Irish Times: Harley hearse to carry Irish biker dead to final resting place

By February 26, 2015 No Comments
Irish Times Features Massey Bros. Harley Davidson Funeral Homes

Our Ultimate Harley Davidson Funeral is featured in today’s Irish Times. You can read the article and view the accompanying video here.

John Gibson, the motorcycle hearse driver, gives all the specifications of the Harley and you can see the bike in action.

We are so proud to offer this new service to our customers. If you would like more information on this service, please see our Harley Davidson Funeral page. We also offer prepaid Harley Davidson Funeral Plans – The plan has been designed to allow for all possibilities from a simple biker funeral using our own Harley-Davidson hearse to something more lavish which could even include a trip for family members and close friends to scatter your ashes at the location of a memorable road trip, should you wish for your remains to be cremated..

For more or discuss any of the information above, please contact Peter by emailing [email protected] or contact your local branch.

The Irish Times article can be viewed here.

 

 

A message from the Massey Bros family, relating to restrictions on ALL funeral services as a result of Covid19

 

In light of the current Covid-19 public health crisis, the Irish Government, The HSE, The Churches of Dublin, Cemeteries and Crematoria, have all issued instructions to Funeral Directors regarding ALL funeral services. These restrictions are being monitored daily and are subject to change.

The instructions are as follows:

All funeral services must be limited in numbers (less than 10) and are effectively strictly private. This means that services can only be attended by immediate family or by invitation of the family, whilst still adhering to the strict policy of 10 or less. We advise that you check with the individual suppliers on length of service and their particular guidelines as individuals may differ.

Our staff will guide you via telephone please call 01 453 33 33 for clarification.

At these services and gatherings, there cannot be any shaking of hands, hugging or kissing. We understand this is extremely difficult for all families concerned, but we must adhere to these instructions for the benefit of everyone in the efforts to slow the spread of Covid19.

The wider family and friends of the deceased are encouraged to leave messages of condolence in the condolences section on the RIP.ie website.

Massey Bros intend on having “Ceremonies of Light” when we emerge from these dark days, in all of our parishes. We hope that may help bring some comfort to our families and an opportunity to honour their loved ones, in a way they would have wished to.

It is critical for everyone’s safety that we implement these clear instructions from our Government. We thank you in advance for your understanding and co-operation at this difficult time.

#TogetherApart #ItsInOurHands

The Massey Bros Staff & Family.

The Irish Hospice Foundation has provided a guide that you might find useful relating to funerals in these difficult times. Please visit their website here.