Legacy Funerals Logo

Legacy Funerals

View upcoming funeral services, obituaries, and funeral flowers for Legacy Funerals in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty. Find contact information, view maps, and more.
About The Funeral Home

We encourage you to contact the funeral home to verify time and location before attending services or visitation.

To send flowers to Legacy Funerals please visit our sympathy store.

Recent Obituaries

NOTT, Colleen Edith. Passed away peacefully at Tauranga Hospital, 21 September 2018. Much loved wife of the late Ian. Loved partner of the late Max Rutland. Most special and loved mother of Alan and Marie, Kerry Nott...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times from Sept. 24 to 25 Sept. 2018
LEGGETT, Judyth Violet (Judy). nee Johnson 20/6/1943 - 19/09/2018 Passed away peacefully surrounded by her family at Cedar Manor Resthome. Dearly loved wife of Jim. Loving mum of Sharon and Donna stepmum of Brent,...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 22 Sept. 2018
BUCHANAN, Janette (Jan). Passed away peacefully on Tuesday September 11, 2018. Dearly loved wife of Bill for 62 years. Loved mum of Shane, Grant, Debbie and their partners. Cherished Grandma of her seven grandchildren...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 22 Sept. 2018
ANDERSON, Sonny Takuta. Passed away peacefully on Thursday 20 September 2018 surrounded by whanau, aged 83 years. Born at Ruatahuna to the late Turei (Hioi) and Wikitoria (nee Tahana). Beloved husband of Mihi and loving...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 22 Sept. 2018
MURPHY, Anne Elizabeth. Peacefully at home in Omokoroa, Sunday morning 16 September 2018, aged 71years. Adored wife of Bill, loving mother and mother in law of Doug and Clare (Australia), Shaun and Karen (Omokoroa) and...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times from Sept. 19 to 20 Sept. 2018
MURPHY, Anne Elizabeth. Peacefully at home in Omokoroa, Sunday morning 16 September 2018, aged 71years. Adored wife of Bill, loving mother and mother in law of Doug and Clare (Australia), Shaun and Karen (Omokoroa) and...
Read More
Published in The New Zealand Herald on 19 Sept. 2018
PRESTON, Jeffrey Ashley. Peacefully with family beside him at Althorp Village on 15 September 2018, aged 71 years. Much loved and adored Dad, Jeff, Jeffrey, The Bro, Uncle Jeff, Bash, Grandy and Gentleman Jeff to his...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 18 Sept. 2018
MARTELL, Rees. Passed away peacefully on 10 September 2018. Dearly loved by all his family and friends. At Rees' request a private cremation has been held. A morning tea to celebrate his life will be held at Legacy...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 13 Sept. 2018
McKENZIE, Craig Shearer. Service number E528659 Staff Sergeant NZ Army. Suddenly at Tauranga Hospital on Wednesday 5 September 2018, aged 79 years. Dearly beloved husband of Mary. Much loved father and father in law of...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 7 Sept. 2018
Mc KENZIE, Craig Shearer. Service number E528659 Staff Sergeant NZ Army. Suddenly at Tauranga Hospital on Wednesday 5 September 2018, aged 79 years. Dearly beloved husband of Mary. Much loved father and father in law of...
Read More
Published in The New Zealand Herald on 7 Sept. 2018
ADAMS, Mark James Bentick. (Bloke/Digger) Taken suddenly at home Monday 3 September 2018, aged 63 years. Dearly loved husband of Sue, brother of the late Peter; Cheryl, Brent, Joanne and Garth. Son-in-law of the late...
Read More
Published in The Bay of Plenty Times on 6 Sept. 2018
ADAMS, Mark James Bentick. (Bloke/Digger) Taken suddenly at home Monday 3 September 2018, aged 63 years. Dearly loved husband of Sue, brother of the late Peter; Cheryl, Brent, Joanne and Garth. Son-in-law of the late...
Read More
Published in The New Zealand Herald on 6 Sept. 2018
RUTHERFORD, Frederick Dean (Deano). Born July 15th, 1949. Passed away peacefully surrounded by family on 31st August 2018 aged 69. Dearly beloved husband of Christine, loved father of Shane; Justin; Leanne; Becky;...
Read More
Published in The New Zealand Herald on 3 Sept. 2018