All Funeral Directors

Funeral Director post type.
  • Leverton & Sons Ltd

    The Leverton family has been arranging funerals for people in this part of London since 1789. Yes, they’re now into their eighth generation; they’re steeped in heritage, drenched in history. This makes them an attractive-seeming proposition. After all, a good old family business is exactly what most of us hope Read more [...]

  • Peace Funerals

    John Mallatratt and his close knit team of funeral directors, Stephen Parkin, Gavin Moorby, Liz Greaves, Charlie Marshall and Claire Havenhand. John and Mary Mallatratt founded Peace Funerals back in 1996, and were in the vanguard of bringing about the changes to the funeral industry that are now being adopted Read more [...]

  • Albany Funerals

    Johanna Loveridge. Here is a modern funeral home, run by a brilliant, born-again funeral director. Before she opened Albany, Jo ran a care home. Her warmth and capability have ensured rapid growth. Word is getting out; people like what she does and the way that she does it. Jo is Read more [...]

  • Arthur C Towner Ltd

    Edward Towner, Dip FD. Fifth generation. The business was started by his great-great grandfather in 1875. Masses of heritage here, but absolutely none of the nothing-to-learn attitude which besets many such family affairs. Those vocational impulses Edward experienced when he was a teenager all guided him away from the family Read more [...]

  • Full Circle Funerals

    Sarah Jones and David Billington are the business partners who founded Full Circle Funerals. Although, as their website says, Sarah and Dave are personal, professional and compassionate people first and funeral directors second. Full Circle Funerals is quite unlike any other funeral director business in the area. This is immediately Read more [...]

  • Farthing Funeral Service

    Luke Farthing. Other Farthing people who also conduct funerals are Andrea Race, Chris Griggs and Sharon McDonald. Farthing Funeral Service is a rare thing; a long established business that has retained the best of the past – the acquired experience and knowledge of over a century and three quarters of Read more [...]

  • Scotmid Funerals

    The Scotmid website proudly states ‘We are a co-operative so we focus on the needs of the people we serve, not the demands of shareholders. We are proud to be at the heart of the communities we serve and are committed to being open, honest, ethical and professional at all Read more [...]

  • W.E. Pinder & Son Ltd

    John Pinder is the owner and the principal funeral director here. How did he get to be a funeral director? By following in the footsteps of his great-grandfather, grandfather and father. This is a good old family business firmly rooted in its community. For John it was the example of Read more [...]

  • Neville Funerals

    Neville Funerals may have been serving the people of Luton and Bedfordshire for over 140 years, but they are not standing still nor taking anything for granted. Still family run, Neville Trust, led by the fifth generation, has overall control of the both the funeral business and their construction company. Read more [...]

  • AJB Funerals

    Previously known as Bewley and Merrett, the company changed names in 2018 to reflect the people who actually own and run the company, and in 2020 rebranded to become AJB Funerals. Aaron Bewley and his dad Jonathon are the third and second generation funeral directors who run this company, although Read more [...]

  • Holmes & Family Ltd.

    Oliver and Toby Holmes. Sons of David Holmes (who founded the company and who attends 99% of funerals as a driver / bearer), Ollie and Toby are quite extraordinarily lovely young men. We met Toby only briefly, as he was busy with the business of the day, but spent quite Read more [...]

  • Dandelion Farewells

    Judith Dandy Dip FS, LMBIFD. Winner of the Most Promising New Funeral Director category in the 2016 Good Funeral Awards, Judith has become one of the most highly respected of the new breed of artisan funeral professionals in just three years since she first began researching the world of funerals. Dandelion Farewells Read more [...]

  • A & A Doyle Ltd

    Allan and Awdri Doyle, a husband and wife team. Their relatively new business opened its doors in January 2012. The couple are extremely personable: warm, friendly, approachable, passionate about their work. Allan was born and brought up in the town and it is particularly important for him to not let Read more [...]

  • Evelyn’s Funerals

    Amanda Pink. Or occasionally her husband Adrian. Amanda took over Evelyn’s Funerals after the founder, Evelyn Temple, decided to take a backseat and concentrate on celebrancy. Evelyn had worked alongside Amanda and Adrian from Town and Country Funerals Ltd for some time, utilising their mortuary space when needed, so handing Read more [...]