Memmingen Crematorium today donated a sum of 38,500 euros to various projects in Memmingen involved in youthwork, culture and training. Under the watchful eye of Mayor Ivo Holzinger, Stefan van Dorsser, CEO of Memmingen Crematorium, handed over a total of 38,500 euro. Part of that went to the Memmingen children’s hospital for a new play area. And the Roman Catholic Church of St. Josef received a cheque too for renovation of its facade. The Memmingen urban schools community and the contact group for the disabled in Memmingen (the Behinderten-Kontaktgruppe Memmingen e.V.) also got a cheque to restore a wing of their building and as a contribution to a new vehicle.
“Since the opening in 2006, Memmingen crematorium has played an important role in the lives of many people in Memmingen and environs”, said Henry Keizer, CEO of ‘the Facultatieve Group’. “Based on this role and our sense of social responsibility, it therefore gives us great pleasure to contribute to these worthy projects that benefit all residents of Memmingen.” The Memmingen Crematorium – part of ‘the Facultatieve Group’ – opened its doors in October 2006 on the Waldfriedhofstraße 4a. With many years of experience and its vast pool of expertise, ‘the Facultatieve Group’ guarantees that funeral ceremonies at Memmingen crematorium are handled with the respect they deserve. Key to this is an optimum service with scope of personal input to fulfil the wishes of the deceased and those they leave behind.