About Our Funeral Home

A family-run business since 1924, Abraham’s Funeral Home understands how difficult the passing of a loved one can be. The celebration of their life should be handled with sensitivity, empathy, and dignity, and conducted in a way that honours their memory.

You need someone you can trust, and who has the knowledge, experience, and facilities to farewell your loved one the way they deserve.

We pride ourselves on taking the time to build relationships with all our families, and in using innovative products and services to give you the best assistance we can, along with the best training programs for our staff.

Abraham’s Funeral Home is here to help you in your time of need.

Our History

Locally & Family Owned


In 1924 Willie bought an established joinery factory. Through manufacturing caskets, he became involved in providing funeral services.

During the early years, Willie redeveloped his joinery factory to incorporate a small Chapel.

After many years of serving New Plymouth, and having arranged more than 6,000 funerals, Willie retired in 1960.

Our Services

Our passion is high quality, innovative service. We invest in what matters – from our immaculate hearses to our seamless webcasting technology – so that you don’t have to worry about a thing. We are the market leaders in personalisation of caskets and headstones, as well as world-class repatriation services.

Our Staff

Our Funeral Directors are special people. We know intimately the skills required, and invest in their training so they can be the best for you. Our management staff work together with them as a united team with a single goal in mind – providing the very best assistance to real families in their real time of need.

Our Facilities

We offer a range of facilities in New Plymouth, Bell Block, and Hawera as a result you can rest assured we have every option avaliable for you


As founding members of the New Zealand Independent Funeral Homes  industry association (NZIFH), you can be assured of our high standards and commitment to our local community.