The Tobin Story – Chapter 4 : Death and Bereavement Education

By: Michael Lynch - Creative Communications, Tobin Brothers Funerals
Friday, March 14, 2014

In celebration of the 80th anniversary of our funeral company we invite you to listen to chapter four of The Tobin Story in which a demand for education about death and bereavement leads Des Tobin and David Treloar to introduce it to the wider community for the first time.

Spoken by Michael Lynch – Tobin Brothers Funerals

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