We will help guide you through the traumas often associated with arranging a funeral. Our personal approach and knowledge of local customs are at your disposal 24 hrs a day 365 day per year.
Gary Lewis Dip FD. (Manager & Funeral Director)
Having joined the funeral profession in 2003, I was aware that I had found my true vocation in life. I worked my way up through ‘the ranks’ and gained personal experience at every level.
In 2006 I undertook the National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) Diploma in Funeral Directing – the funeral profession’s ‘Gold Standard.’
In 2012 I qualified as a registered tutor for the NAFD Diploma in Funeral Directing. This enables me to train Diploma students from far and wide and keeps me up to date with changes in the profession.
In 2020 I gained the NOCN Level 3 Diploma in Funeral Celebrancy to enable me to officiate over ceremonial services. This qualification means not only would I be acting as your Funeral Director on the day but could also confidently ‘step up to the lectern’ and deliver a personal and sincere funeral service for your loved one.
“Being a local lad, I have a great understanding for the families that I serve – we speak the same language. My vision is to exceed your expectations, from arranging the funeral through to the funeral service and essential aftercare.”
Jan Cope (Funeral Administrator)
I started in the funeral profession in 2001, and over the years have gained a great deal of experience and local knowledge which has enabled me to arrange a funeral with the greatest care and empathy.
I joined Chamberlains Funeral Directors in July 2010 to offer an exemplary funeral service, together with high standards of care for both bereaved families and those who have died.
I particularly like to help families who are planning ahead for their own funeral service. I’ve always found pre-arranging a funeral service relieves those that are left behind of the burden that is often associated with funeral arrangements.
Alison Wyer (Funeral Administrator)
I joined the funeral profession in December 2019 and have since gained the knowledge and experience required to arrange a funeral with compassion, dignity and respect for both the bereaved and their loved ones.
I enjoy every aspect of my job. To me it’s more than just a job; it’s a way of helping people at a time when they need it most. To alleviate some of the taboos surrounding the funeral process and to provide a friendly face that our families can trust is so rewarding and fulfilling.
I especially enjoy carrying out every one of our clients wishes. It is always my aim to make each funeral as personal as it can possibly be whilst ensuring all requests, beliefs and wishes are met.
Office: 9:00 am - 05:00 pm Monday to Friday
Office: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday to Friday
How To Find Us
13 High Street, Bilston, Wolverhampton, WV14 0EH