All Funeral Directors

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  • Crescent Funeral Services

    Simon Helliar-Moore. Born and brought up in the town, Simon is well known in Taunton from his ten years working for a local independent funeral director. When that company was taken over by one of the large corporate funeral companies two years ago, Simon found it increasingly difficult to give Read more [...]

  • Richard Steel & Partners

    Iain Steel and his father Richard are the owners of the company and are actively involved with funerals (after 55 years with the family firm, Richard’s involvement is less hands on these days, although he will always be available to conduct a funeral for a family who asks specifically for Read more [...]

  • W. J. Farrier & Son Ltd.

    The Farrier family – Lynda, her son James and daughters Sarah and Julie. Lynda and James took over the family business when Lynda’s husband Derek Farrier died in 2013, after serving for more than 50 years in the funeral company started by his parents. The Farrier family values are embedded Read more [...]

  • EA Dodd & Son

    E. A. Dodd & Son 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 Read more [...]

  • A Natural Undertaking

    Carrie Weekes (left) and Fran Glover. Possibly the most un-funereal undertakers that you could find, these two women have quietly set about bringing funerals into the 21st century since they created A Natural Undertaking in 2014. Now in its third year, the Birmingham company has gathered awards and accolades along the Read more [...]

  • J Brown Funeral Services

    Jason Brown – the man himself. This is Jason’s business, created in 2017, some 25 years after he first began work for his former father-in-law in his family funeral directing business in Middlesex. Step in through the door of the small, smart premises in Woodside Road, and it will be Read more [...]

  • A & J Morriss & Sons

    Part of the Rowland Brothers Group, A & J Morriss is an independent, family run business with all the attributes that brings. Funerals are supported by the Rowland Brothers fleet and staff, and back office administrative support frees the Morriss staff members to devote themselves to the families they serve. Read more [...]

  • Woodland Wishes

    Tracy O’Leary. And she’s a Green Funeral Director, not just a Funeral Director. The whole story of Woodland Wishes is an organic one; Tracy didn’t have a grand plan or ambition to take on the world of undertaking, but instead gradually realised that helping families with the practical side of 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 [...]

  • John Weir

    The business is owned by John Weir, who runs it with his wife Beverley. John has been a funeral director for 47 years (having served an apprenticeship as a young man) and he embodies the passion and dedication of someone who lives and breathes their work. “It’s not a job, Read more [...]

  • Pearce Funeral Services

    This is a small but perfectly formed funeral directors with an unusual, welcoming feature: the front door is always open. John Pearce Dip FD, Member of the British Institute of Embalmers, is the owner and funeral director here. He opened the door of Pearce Funeral Services for the first time 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 [...]

  • 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. 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 apparent to anyone driving past their newly opened premises Read more [...]

  • C. Waterhouse & Sons

    The firm comprises of two businesses, ‘C. Waterhouse & Sons’ and also ‘Heathfield Funeral Service’. Established by Charlie Waterhouse in 1926, the family business is still based in the pretty cottages in Burwash where he lived and worked 90 years ago, and his daughter Dorothy remains fully involved with the Read more [...]

  • Neville Funeral Service

    Neville’s may have been serving the people of Luton and Bedfordshire for nearly 140 years, but they are not standing still or 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. They Read more [...]