• After 33 years with Arrow Bronze, Shirley Cooke has announced her retirement as of the end of this coming financial year.

  • Emma is Assistance Sales & Customer Service Manager with Arrow Bronze. Emma started in the industry 11 years ago as a funeral director where she performed all roles from preparing the deceased to arranging and conducting funerals this is when she realised that she had a passion for the industry and always focused on the needs of the families and clients around her when they were going through their toughest time. With seeing on a daily basis the effect of what losing a loved one does to families it has been an important part of knowing how memorialisation can assist the grieving process.

  • Lyn Davis is managing director at Arrow Bronze(Matthews Bronze P/L), located in Melbourne, AU. 

    Arrow Bronze is proud of its 70+ years of service to the memorialisation industry. As market leader we have consistently instigated and introduced new and innovative products for families to personalise the memorials of their loved ones. Our Cemetery and Crematorium clients have benefited from these ideas and have utilised the many service initiatives that we have developed to help them streamline their processes and provide families with these products.

     Arrow Bronze is committed to supporting the industry and we are very proud of our Principal Sponsorship of the CCA and its members. We congratulate the CCA on providing its broad range of members with information, advice and opportunities to learn through training and personal interaction at informative conferences.

    Arrow Bronze is one of the CCANSW's three principal sponsors.

     Presentation & Video Recording

    The following links to the presentation material and video recording can only be accessed by CCANSW members and conference delegates. Conference delegates may need to  contact the CCANSWfor a username and password.

  • Arrow moves to the future.

    After 45 years in Management and 22 fabulous years managing Arrow Bronze and Morello/Ashcroft, I have decided to retire at the end of June this year. Notwithstanding an element of sadness in leaving this industry, Petrina and I are very much looking forward to embarking on new activities together including travel and spending more time with the family. Maybe my golf might improve.