The History of Our Family Business 

The words “Family-Owned & Operated” tell a story. 

It is the story of a marriage between professionalism and strong family values 
that produces compassionate, meticulous services in a home-like atmosphere, and usually at lower prices. 
That’s because Supremacy Funerals is not controlled by a governing corporate board that must meet yearly earnings goals.
We pride ourselves on our fair pricing. We too have experienced loss as a family and 
understand how important it is to receive good quality care that is affordable. 

Sisters Donna Hildon and Belinda Erich, Business owners of Supremacy Funerals

The sisters, both local of the Blue Mountains, have been working in the Penrith area and surrounds for more than 30 years. 
They learnt everything about being a compassionate funeral director from their Mother, Yvonne Meehan.
Yvonne worked at her funeral parlour located in Emu Plains for many years before her retirement. 
Sadly, Yvonne passed away in 2021, leaving behind a legacy of family and hard-working funeral directors. 

Donna and Belinda bought John Price and Sons Funeral parlour located on Station Street Penrith and changed the name to ‘Supremacy Funerals’. 

They now operate out of a well-known heritage listed property known as the “Broadville House” 
Belinda and Donna, together with their children and families, are three generations of funeral directors.