Jervis Bay and Basin Arts

FIONA RYAN WINS THE JBBARTS MEMBERS PRIZE AT THE ‘NOW SHOALHAVEN CONTEMPORARY ART PRIZE’ EXHIBITION.

Parents of artist, Fiona Ryan, photographed with Wayne Pryor, President of JBBARTS beside her winning painting entitled ‘Flare’ at the exhibition opening at Shoalhaven City Arts Centre. ‘Now Shoalhaven’ exhibition closes on 8th August.

Wray Owen Funerals's photo.

Shoalhaven Art Society

Wray Owen sponsors $1,500 Acquisitive Award at The Shoalhaven Art Society’s 50th Annual Open Art Exhibition.

The Wray Owen Acquisitive Award was won by Amber Crowe for her painting titled: ‘Mantis Shrimp’.
Amber received a Highly Commended Special Award for the same painting in Section ‘C’ – Life Form.
Photographed at the exhibition were Hazel Hensler (Shoalhaven Art Society) and Ian Strathie (Wray Owen Funerals).

Wray Owen Funerals's photo.
Wray Owen Funerals's photo.

Our Chapel

WRAY OWEN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL
One of the features of our funeral home is our 50 seat, air-conditioned chapel – perfectly suited to smaller funeral gatherings and located adjacent to the newly designed foyer/reception areas.
There is convenient access by way of the western entrance and driveway.

Visit our website for more information www.wrayowen.com.au

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Our history

Wray Owen Funerals is a family owned and operated Funeral Home established in Nowra. Our Funeral Home and Chapel is located at 52 North Street, Nowra, NSW. 2541

Wray Owen Funeral Directors commenced business in Nowra in March 1954.

Kath and Ian Strathie purchased the business from Maida and Wray Owen, on Ian’s retirement from the Royal Australian Navy, having served 20 years. We bought the business in March 1985 and subsequently acquired Muller’s Funerals in Nowra in 1995, Muller’s was established in 1864.

Our two children, Scott and Fiona are part of the organisation.

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