Muslim Funeral Servcies | Muslim Association of Hamilton

By: Muslim Association of Hamilton  05-Apr-2012

The Muslim Association of Hamilton has been providing funeral services to the Hamilton community since 1978. Working in conjunction with Chapel Hills Memorial Gardens burial and cemetery arrangements are made within Chapel Hills in an area entitled Muslim Gardens. The Mountain Mosque has an on-site mortuary facility complete with cold storage room and ghusl area.
The Funeral Services committee consists of a dedicated group of volunteer brothers and sisters who are on call to provide funeral services and support for families.

The funeral committee consists of;
 Shuja Qureshi
 Hussein Niamet
 Helmi Bulushi
 Abdul Hafiz
 Zyad Arabi
 Richard Shields
 Omnia Rifat
 Abida Butt

The funeral committee provides the following services and information on funerals;
 Funeral Pre-Planning
 Cemetery Allotment
 Burial Services
 Ghusl Services
 Bereavement Resources.

For more information on Funeral Services please contact Shuja Qureshi at (905)317-3312 or Hussein Niamet at (289) 808-0165.


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