Our Family Team
Our team is made up of close family members and a small group of dedicated staff members. Find out more below.
Nick helped us in ways too numerous to mention to say goodbye exactly as we wanted to.
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Meet our Team
CEO & Founder
Nicholas founded the company after a number of years in the funeral industry. He loves working with families and individuals from the local community to plan and direct personal and unique funeral services, honouring lost loved ones in the proudest way possible.
Rachael Pereira Wibberley
Rachael founded the company with Nick in 2018, shortly after their wedding. Rachael enjoys working with Nick and the team in providing high class funerals with unbeatable customer service. In addition to her work here, Rachael is also a teacher and private tutor in Maths, Science, and Music.
Victoria joined our team in June 2021. In addition to her role as Ops Coordinator, she also works with our Beckenham families to produce unique and beautiful funeral services. She also works with other local community members to make sure we are a key player in the local communities we serve. Victoria also conducts some of our funerals.
June works closely with families and oversees the administration of the funerals in our London Base in Catford. June joined the team in 2020, having worked previous for many years in a customer service role within a national bank. She is always willing to help and guide families through the funeral process.
Casual Funeral Operative
Dave can be seen on almost all of the funerals driving the ceremonial vehicles and bearing the coffins. He has known Nick and Rachael for many years, and outside funerals sings with Rachael in the choir of St George’s Beckenham.
Bereavement Dog Emeritus
Prior to COVID, Star was a key member of the team, and was the first smiley face behind the weekly ‘Therapy-Dog Thursday’ events in the funeral home. Many local people found great comfort by popping in for a cuddle and a play, and a chat over a nice cuppa. Star is now 13 years old, but still has the characteristic happy face of the Japanese Spitz breed.
Bereavement Dog in Training
Skye has followed in Star’s footsteps and taken over the work as the Company Bereavement Dog now that Star has retired. Being a lockdown puppy, Skye loves every opportunity to meet people, and loves everyone. Like Star, Skye is also a Japanese Spitz.
Bereavement Puppy Apprentice
Mystie, a recent addition to the pack, is learning from her older role models about how to become a lovely, calming and caring bereavement dog. Mystie is a Samoyed, and therefore much bigger than both Star and Skye, despite looking very similar.