Grief

Celebrating Our Mothers

Mother’s Day this year was a special day for me, especially now my kids are growing up and can appreciate her too, as “Yay Nana” I think that’s her name because they never just say Nana. When they ...
By Matt Weedon - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Thursday, May 12, 2016

Mother's Day Can Be A Very Difficult Day

Mother’s Day is a wonderful opportunity for us all to give thanks to the unique individuals, often affectionately known as Mum, Mother or Ma, who have cared for each and every one of us. Equally, ...
By James MacLeod - Managing Director - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Hugely Popular Art For The Heart Exhibition Is Here

To be held at the prestigious Parliament House, Queens Hall, East Melbourne from Monday the 2nd of May to Thursday the 5th May, 9.00am to 5.00pm, entry to the exhibition is free. The donated works ...
By Samantha Rennie & Matt Weedon
Monday, April 18, 2016

Stephen Jenkinson: Talking Grief

Not success. Not growth. Not happiness. The cradle of your love for life…is death. Stephen Jenkinson is a teacher, author, spiritual activist and farmer who has some very thought provoking philoso...
By Samantha Rennie & Michael Lynch
Monday, March 21, 2016

Remembering our Angels Services

Remembering Our Angels is an annual service for parents, families and friends who have experienced, or been touched by, the loss of a baby or child. These services are open to anyone to a...
By Samantha Rennie - Community Education Manager - Tobin Brothers Funerals
In Grief
Monday, October 26, 2015

Our Fatherless Father’s Day

The tools, ties and socks catalogues start rolling in way too soon for those of us who will have no father or child to be with this Father’s Day. But the spiritual presence of Dad can still be cel...
By Samantha Rennie - Community Education Manager, Tobin Brothers Funerals
In Grief
Monday, August 31, 2015

Living With Motor Neurone Disease and Finding a Cure

Although the number of Australians diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) each year is significantly lower than for other terminal illnesses, it still remains a devastating physical and emotion...
By Matt Weedon and Michael Lynch - Tobin Brothers Funerals
Monday, August 17, 2015

Previous Posts

Celebrating Our Mothers

Mother’s Day this year was a special day for me, especially now my kids are growing up and can appreciate her too, as “Yay Nana” I think that’s her name because they never just say Nana. When they ...

Mother's Day Can Be A Very Difficult Day

Mother’s Day is a wonderful opportunity for us all to give thanks to the unique individuals, often affectionately known as Mum, Mother or Ma, who have cared for each and every one of us. Equally, ...

The Hugely Popular Art For The Heart Exhibition Is Here

To be held at the prestigious Parliament House, Queens Hall, East Melbourne from Monday the 2nd of May to Thursday the 5th May, 9.00am to 5.00pm, entry to the exhibition is free. The donated works ...

Stephen Jenkinson: Talking Grief

Not success. Not growth. Not happiness. The cradle of your love for life…is death. Stephen Jenkinson is a teacher, author, spiritual activist and farmer who has some very thought provoking philoso...

Remembering our Angels Services

Remembering Our Angels is an annual service for parents, families and friends who have experienced, or been touched by, the loss of a baby or child. These services are open to anyone to a...

Our Fatherless Father’s Day

The tools, ties and socks catalogues start rolling in way too soon for those of us who will have no father or child to be with this Father’s Day. But the spiritual presence of Dad can still be cel...

Living With Motor Neurone Disease and Finding a Cure

Although the number of Australians diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) each year is significantly lower than for other terminal illnesses, it still remains a devastating physical and emotion...