About Roy Quinton Funeral Directors
Roy Quinton founded Roy Quinton Funeral Directors in 1992, where Roy’s son Scott later joined him, after gaining local experience in the profession at Wednesfield.
The teams at our Tettenhall Wood, Bushbury and Leamore funeral homes will provide advice at every stage of the funeral planning process, and will arrange an individual and unique funeral to help you celebrate the life of your loved one. We have our own on-site service venue.
Here at Roy Quinton Funeral Directors we also offer an affordable prepaid funeral plan, Choice, so that you can arrange and pay for a funeral in advance. This will protect your family from rising costs and remove uncertainty about your wishes.
If you would like to talk to us about planning a funeral, or our Choice plan, please come and see us in any of our funeral homes, or if you’d rather we can arrange a home visit. We’re also available 24 hours a day on the phone so if you need anything please don’t hesitate to call your local funeral home.
Meet the Team
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.
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.
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Scott started working in the funeral industry in his school holidays at the age of 13.
After leaving school, he joined one of the larger funeral groups and gained a wide range of experience whilst working all over the Midlands. He then left to work at the Royal Newcross Hospitals and Wednesfield Mortuaries.
His father started Roy Quinton Funeral Directors and during this time he worked for him in his holidays and out of hours. Scott then returned to the family business to help his father Roy full-time. He is a qualified embalmer and has experience in almost all aspects of the funeral industry.
He says “Nothing in this job surprises me anymore and the change over the years from when I first started is vast with the way people celebrate the life of a loved one.
Over the years I have made many good friends in my job, from the people I work with and the people that I have helped through this time in need.
I would like to think that I look after people’s family as if they were one of my own.”
In Scott’s spare time he enjoys being with family in the country side and riding his motorbike.
We take pride in everything we do. Our aim is that everyone who works for Funeral Partners shares our values.
Our business exists to help the bereaved to make fitting arrangements for their loved one’s last journey and to provide lasting memories for family and friends.
We do this with a positive, caring and understanding approach.
Respect for everyone
We value diversity and treat everyone with the same respect, courtesy and dignity.
We are a professional organisation and we strive to achieve the highest possible standards in everything we do and to improve upon these standards continuously.
We accept responsibility for our actions both as a company and as individuals.
We believe that we can only achieve our goals by working together in partnership with client families, suppliers and our employees.
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