All Funeral Directors

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  • Barnes and Hicks

    Funeral Director/s: Ray Barnes – this is his business, founded in 1999, although Ray’s family have been funeral directors in the area for the last century. Ray started working in the family business in 1991, and qualified as a funeral director in 1996, gaining honours in his Diploma. When the Read more [...]

  • A. H. Cheater Ltd

    Simon Peace and his son Michael are at the heart of this family business, ably helped by a small and loyal team of staff. The Peace family came to Romsey in 1966, when Simon was just five years old. His father Peter moved the family into the house at 122, Read more [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Poetic Endings

    Louise Winter. Possibly one of the most creative and insightful people involved with funerals anywhere in the world, Louise first attended a funeral just six years ago, when her grandfather died. Since then, she has absorbed herself with the hitherto unknown world of undertaking, and what she has found led Read more [...]

  • Attwood Funerals

    Funeral Director/s: Attwood Funerals is truly family owned and run – Michael Spohrer owns and runs the business with his mother Kate. Together they comprise the entire staff of the business, making it certain that you will be dealing with people who are dedicated to you and your family. Mike’s Read more [...]

  • Howard Goodman Funeral Home

    Howard Goodman is a relatively new business – it was opened in 2014 by Tracey and Martin Challenor with Gavin Burnett and Shirley Morton. All of them are well trained and have years of experience behind them. They all worked for a big, corporate funeral director’s where they felt they Read more [...]

  • Barnes and Hicks

    Funeral Director/s: Ray Barnes – this is his business, founded in 1999, although Ray’s family have been funeral directors in the area for the last century. Ray started working in the family business in 1991, and qualified as a funeral director in 1996, gaining honours in his Diploma. When the 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Overmass and Chapple

    Overmass and Chapple belongs to the family of Eric & Joyce Dunford and Julian & Karen Hussey, who own and between them are director in six funeral homes, four in East Devon and two in West Dorset. The business has grown as retiring family funeral directors, recognising the qualities and 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 [...]

  • Family Tree Funeral Directors

    James Showers and Jane Diamond. Quite possibly both of them will find the prominence of their names in this review uncomfortable, they share an instinctive preference to be in the background rather than the foreground, seeing their roles as being supportive and professional rather than centre of attention. James founded Read more [...]

  • Richard Steel & Partners

    Richard\’s son Iain owns the company these days. Richard finally retired after 55 years with the family firm, although he will still conduct funerals if specifically requested. Iain has been part of the business for years, not just as a partner, but fully hands on and involved with taking this 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 [...]