Ann Wilson Funerals is a funeral business founded by Ann Wilson and Ann’s brother, John Garling. Together, they possess more than 60 years' experience.
Ann Wilson Funerals in Dee Why provides caring, compassionate funerals to families in Dee Why and Sydney’s northern beaches. Our funeral home is located in the commercial hub of Dee Why in Sydney's Northern Beaches.
Dee Why and the surrounding suburbs of North Curl Curl, Narraweena, Cromer and Collaroy Beach are home to a diverse mix of families. While most people in the area have a Catholic or Christian background, we work with families from all cultures and faiths to create both religious and non-religious ceremonies that show respect and remembrance for your newly departed, and offer solace to those left behind.
With Ann Wilson Funerals in Dee Why, you are able to choose a venue that best reflects your loved one’s values and lifestyle. You may prefer a traditional church service, or something more modern in a place that holds special meaning for your family, such as one of the many beautiful parks or beaches in the Northern Beaches region.
Your choices for the funeral ceremony include:
Following the ceremony, your loved one can be buried or memorialised at Manly Cemetery (existing plot holders only) or Frenchs Forest Bushland Cemetery in Davidson, 10km from Ann Wilson Funerals in Dee Why. Manly Cemetery is one of Sydney’s oldest cemeteries, with graves dating back to the 1860s. If you are seeking cremation options, Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium in North Ryde provides a tranquil and calming place for loved ones and their families.
From left to right: the reception area, the funeral home on Pittwater Rd and the coffin show room at the Ann Wilson funeral home in Dee Why.
Our funeral home is a welcoming space for families to gather to arrange a funeral. The Dee Why funeral home has:
A taxi stand is located a short stroll away in Oaks Avenue. The funeral home is also accessible by public transport with bus stops nearby.