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Headstone World - BNI Member

Kim has over 40 years of experience with Headstone World having been trained in the old skills of the industry.

Career highlights:

  • Over 25 years as a National Management member of the New Zealand Master Monumental Masons Association (President 2011-2012).
  • 18 years Secretary/Treasurer of Central Districts NZMMMA.
  • NZMMMA National Assessor.
  • NZMMMA Qualification Author.
  • Author of the industries best practice document – Preservation of Graves and Memorials.
  • BCITO (Building & Construction Industry Training Organisation) National Advisory Group.
  • BCITO industry consultant.
  • Member of BNI Wine Country Havelock North.

Becoming a Monumental Mason straight from school has turned out to be a long life love in the industry. The company has a special something about it, being over 150 years old and is drenched in history. The generations of families that the company has guided through memorialisation for their loved ones adds to the history of the area, the company, and has become one of the greatest achievements in my life.

From Kim | Director

Our History

Headstone World is considered the leading company in New Zealand with the preservation and conservation of historic monuments


What Clients Are Saying

"Was a great company to deal with and went to great lengths to ensure we got the headstone exactly as we wanted it thank you for an excellent job well done!"

Maria Gerbes

"The team are so kind and professional. They have so much knowledge around their craft and put their heart into delivering the service you require. I highly recommend seeing the team at Headstone World"

Hayley Fulton

"Thank you Headstone World, in particular thank you Mon. Thank you for being kind, making things simple and showing patience in answering my many emails and requests. Often people don't even know what we are asking for, thank you for filling the gaps and making the whole very heavy process a lot lot easier. Thank you very much."

Pryde Tamsin

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