Sonja Smith Funeral Home 2018-07-11T18:26:09+00:00
“When someone you love
becomes a memory,
the memory becomes a treasure…”

Why Sonja Smith?

The velvet touch. We take care of you and your loved ones during the difficult times.
At Sonja Smith Funeral Group, we offer Personalised Funeral Services, walking the extra mile for our bereaved families.



What happens to your Facebook when you die? Who will manage your online life when you’re gone? Where are your passwords kept?


Baby loss

Parents who endure the death of a child at any point during the pregnancy, who suffered miscarriage or stillbirth, deserve the right to bury or cremate their babies.

When you lose a baby, you lose part of you – you lose the dreams you have for the baby, you lose your future!

It should not be judged as anything less than a loss…

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(So maak ‘n mens mos ‘n verskil! Coenie de Villiers)

Goeiemôre, Ek wil net namens my, Elsa en ons familie baie dankie sê vir die uitsonderlike professionaliteit en bekwaamheid waarmee die reëlings rondom my ma se roudiens hanteer is. Alles het see…
Maritha Broschk
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Birth of death | Devi HQ

We hope to do a follow-up Carte Blanche Programme soon! Awaiting date for Special Court Hearing: The Voice of The Unborn Baby NPC vs The Minister of Health and The Minister of Home Affairs. Please ... See more

An in depth look at miscarriages and the way hospitals handles this tragedy.

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Sorting Through Belongings After a Death

“The sell and donate piles may become overwhelming. It can be hard to know where to donate so many items that we want to ensure go to a good place and a good cause.”

Please consider donating to ... See more

When my grandmother died she had lived in the same house for over fifty years. It was the house where so many memories lived. Sorting through belongings in a

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Young, Widowed & Dating

I’m saddened that if my current relationship continued for 40 years, that’s the great love story others will see. They won’t know that at some point in my life, there was a man who literally ... See more

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Silent Grief - Child Loss Support


Everything changes when a child dies. Parents of child loss are no longer afraid of dying. Their biggest fear is figuring out how to live after their child died.

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Refuge In Grief

Love with open hands, with an open heart, knowing that what is given to you will die. It will change. Love anyway. You will witness incredible pain in this life. Love anyway. Find a way to live here, ... See more

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Grief in Common

Rounding out our weekend's discussion on dating after the loss of a spouse is one of the best articles I have ever read on the subject:
For those dating, thinking about dating, or ... See more

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Windsor's first death doula helps people plan their exits


Whether it’s planning a living funeral, creating a memorial video or preparing for tough decisions, Windsor’s first death doula wants to help people do dying right.

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I Would Rather Pass a Kidney Stone Than a Milestone

“So here it is.

It’s not the milestone. It’s the revelation.”

A blog about a young widow's attempt at grief management through humor and coping using the power of positive thinking.

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