About Elizabeth Way & Company Funeral Directors
Elizabeth Way & Company Funeral Directors have been serving the Mossley and surrounding communities by arranging the funerals of their loved ones since 2007. We are able to provide a sensitive and personal family service.
The teams at our Mossley funeral home 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.
Here at Elizabeth Way & Company 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
Gail established Elizabeth Way & Company Funeral Directors in 2007. The business has built an enviable reputation locally.
Gail holds Qualifications in Funeral Directing and Arranging, she is also a qualified Nursery Nurse (NNEB) and a Grief and Loss Counsellor (S.A.C.Dip. (Grief and Bereavement Counselling), holds a Diploma in Play Therapy and she holds a Counselling Qualification for Counselling Children.
She is responsible for providing empathetic services to bereaved families and friends in our After Care Programme and responsible for providing resources and care to the younger members of the families we serve. Gail is also our in house Funeral Celebrant and End of Life Care Practitioner.
Anthony started working in the funeral industry in 2011.
He says “I wanted to care for families in the way I would want my loved ones to be cared for at what is one of the most difficult times in life. I learn something from every family that I have the privilege to care for and I understand the true meaning of individualised care.
I carry out my duties professionally but more importantly I believe myself to be a sincere, caring and empathetic person who will walk alongside those families in my care and will do my utmost to make sure all my funeral services are family led and meaningful.”
Tami has worked for Elizabeth Way & Company Funeral Directors since 2013, caring and looking after the people that come into our care.
She has had the honor of working with some very inspiring families who have taught her many things.
She says “Arranging a person’s final journey has to be absolutely perfect as we only get one chance to get it right, I strongly believe that a persons end of life care should be exactly the same as when they entered the world. That’s with care, respect and dignity.”
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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