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Your Marriage and Funeral Celebrant is
Margaret Haywood of Endeavour Hills

I am located at:
Address: 1 Dampier Court,
Endeavour Hills 3802

My contact details are:
Mobile / Phone: 0401 552 480 / 9700 3973
Email address/es:

My Celebrant Qualifications and experiences are:
Certificate IV in Celebrancy (CHC42608)

My other qualifications and experiences are:
• Diploma of Teaching (Primary) (Frankston Teacher’s College Victoria)
• Bachelor of Education (Chisholm Institute)
• Masters in Educational Studies (Monash – Clayton)
• AMUS and AMLAS – Classical piano
• Currently volunteer as pianist for the Berwick Senior Citizens Choir
• Currently volunteer on the committee for my secondary school ex-student association
• Previously volunteered on the Music and Art committee for the Dandenong Festival
• Co-founder and former president of the South Eastern Arts Festival

Celebrancy with:
Nepean Industry Edge Training (NIET) – Frankston

My associations are:
• International College of Celebrancy Alumni Association (ICCA)
• Independent Funeral Planners (IFP)

I provide the following ceremonies:
✓ Marriage
✓ Commitment
✓ Renewal of Vows
✓ Anniversaries
✓ Name Giving
✓ Adolescent Rites of Passage
✓ Coming of Age
✓ Community Ceremonies
✓ Life Changes
✓ Funerals
✓ Companion Animal Funerals
✓ Other Rituals and Celebrations

Preferred areas and places:

ABOUT ME My attitude to ceremony/Vision Statement:
First of all let me tell you that I am married, with adult children, and have lovely grandchildren.
The ceremonies I co-create are about the people I serve in my privileged position as celebrant. It is very important to me that I assist the couple, family or group to create a ceremony that complements the best day of their lives for a wedding, and the best send-off possible with full family involvement for a funeral.

I volunteered as keyboardist for 25 years for my local church services. But I don’t expect that is everybody’s choice to practise religion. Whether someone has belief or not and how they choose to express or practise is an individual choice. When it comes to ceremony, I consider I should help create a unique ceremonial experience that has meaning for my clients.

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