Your best interests are the priority of everyone who works with us
In a modern world of big business and corporate companies it is sometimes difficult to maintain the personal touch and give the service that was once expected from everyone. Roy Quinton Funeral Directors try to preserve that standard that was set by our predecessors. To that end, our staff are all local residents who know the local traditions and are familiar with the Walsall & Wolverhampton Churches and Clergy. It helps us to help you when you are arranging a funeral service for someone special and who is dear to you.
Meet the team
Carol started her funeral career as a Funeral Arranger and realized almost immediately that this was a job that suited her personality. She says “I feel privileged that I am one of the lucky people whose profession is one that I actually enjoy.”
“Being able to build trust with a family, which enables me to take some of the pressure off them on the day of the funeral, allowing them to concentrate on the meaning of the day instead of worrying whether it will all go to plan. Receiving positive feedback from families is the best way of knowing that what we do makes a difference at their most difficult time.”
“I have many lovely memories, but I think the highlights have to be when families request something ‘unusual’ and we are able to meet their wishes, for instance we had an ice cream van on one funeral – which was a bonus to all the staff concerned! This helps to make the funerals very personal, and gives the families a happy memory despite the sadness of the day.”
She is a member of an amateur dramatics group and enjoys walking and mountain climbing.”
Debbie has been with Roy Quinton Funeral Directors since 2015, having previously worked as a Civil Servant working for Department for Work and Pensions for 30 years, it was a very demanding job with long hours but it also had some very rewarding moments.
She says she most enjoys “Spending time talking with the families and learning about their loved ones. I find the job very rewarding and a privilege that the families chose us to look after their loved one as they prepare to say their farewells.”
She was lead cellist with the Youth Orchestra for 5 years and enjoyed the concerts.
Debbie likes reading and music.
Wendy has been with Roy Quinton Funeral Directors since 2010, having previously worked in a bank.
She says “It is a very rewarding job and I feel privileged to support families through their bereavement journeys.”
She has two diplomas, one in customer services and one in information technology.
Wendy enjoys swimming and spending time with her family.
In 2018 she will be completing her second swimathon to raise money for Cancer Research and Marie Curie.
Katie says “I feel highly honoured to be included in a family’s bereavement; therefore each day is a proud moment for me.”
“The loss of a loved one is something we will all face in our lives; it is a very difficult time. I take great pride in providing a service to help ensure arrangements are as stress free as possible. I feel I build a unique bond with each and every one of our families. Many of our clients become friends and regularly pop in for a chat and cup of tea well after the funeral date.
She is a very active person. She owns her own horse called Cindy who she adores. She also plays hockey for her local club and enjoys going to the gym.
Jill has been with Roy Quinton Funeral Directors since 2016, having previously worked in Management and Customer Service in the Banking Industry for 30 years.
She says “I see grieving families at their most vulnerable and I provide emotional support for the family and friends who simply want to do right by their loved one. I believe that a funeral service has the potential to be a positive healing experience and to be part of that is so rewarding.”
Jill, her husband a 2 friends have sailed the Sporades Islands in Greece, a group of islands in the northwest Aegean Sea.
She likes holidays, horse riding and walking her Sprocker Spaniel, who is as mad as box of frogs.