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McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes
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I have a family member who is expected to pass soon. When they die what should we do?

You have done the right thing already by calling us for help and direction. At the time your loved one passes away, call us so we may transfer them into our care as soon as possible. We have staff members that work 24 hours, so when you call you will be speaking directly to a […]

Do I or (Why do I) have to come in to the funeral home; or can everything be done by email?

We do require the Executor/Executrix, or closest next of kin meet with a Funeral Director. There are many decisions to be made; as well as selection of merchandise and documents that are required to be signed, before we can precede with any funeral or cremation arrangements. Read More Prior to the Passing FAQGo Back to […]

I am planning to be away on holidays and my elderly parent is in a nursing home. What do I do if they pass away while I am gone?

There are a few options that are available to help assist you should the passing occur while you are away. You can advise the Care Centre that you would like McInnis & Holloway to transfer your parent into our care. Preparation such as embalming can take place which would allow for any delays while you […]

My loved one is at home dying; I don’t know what to do?

When your loved one passes away, the first decision is to select a funeral home. At McInnis & Holloway we are available to answer your calls 24 hours a day. We can take care of all the details immediately and transfer your loved one in a respectful, timely manner. This is providing that your loved […]

Who do I call when my loved one passes away at home?

If your loved one was under Calgary Home Care and the supervision of a doctor, then you can phone McInnis & Holloway directly, and our staff will come directly to the home to transfer your loved one into our care. If it was an unexpected death with no knowledge of why the death has occurred […]

The hospice told us to start making arrangements. I’m not sure what to do.

This is a starting point for you and your family to come in and meet with a Funeral Director to discuss all options, and the type of service that you are wanting for your loved one. At that time the Funeral Director will advise on what will take place once the passing occurs and provide […]