Driver/Bearer wanted

We are looking for a new member for our part time driver/bearer team. We need someone with a full driving licence, this is essential, and the ability to follow instructions and be a good team worker. The job requires physical fitness and smart appearance, reliability and good timekeeping are also important. We offer flexibility and an excellent rate of pay. If you are interested please send us your CV and a covering letter.

Invictus Games

Jonathan Whiting Funeral Directors are very proud to support our Funeral Director, Debbie O’Connell, in her sporting ambitions. Debbie has been training hard for the last few months and all her hard work has paid off with selection for the UK team to compete in the Invictus Games in Sydney in October. Debbie will be competing in the cycling events as well as the 100m, 400m relay and the 1500m. With over 400 applicants for places Debbie has done extremely well to be selected and is immensely proud to be representing her country.

Goodbye Pete

It was with great sadness that we conducted the funeral of our friend and colleague Peter Gray in January. On Tuesday I joined members of Pete’s family at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby. The Centre had long been a major part of Pete’s life, in particular their Lancaster, Just Jane. Pete had volunteered and assisted at the centre for many years, so we had arranged to have his ashes scattered in the propeller wash of the Lancaster on the first taxy day of the year. Unfortunately the aircraft could not taxy on the day due to maintenance issues, but they were still able to run her engines. Mr Panton, one of the brothers who started the museum, personally escorted Pete’s wife and daughter to the rear of the aircraft while the pilot revved the port outer engine. Pete’s ashes were released into the powerful blast from the propeller to be scattered over the airfield. It was a perfect way to say goodbye to a good friend.

Are you messing with us, Pete?

The video shows the third attempt to start the port outer engine, the one being used to scatter Pete’s ashes. It did feel as if he was having a bit of fun at our expense.

Church Service

St Johns Waddington

A funeral service at St Johns, Washingborough yesterday followed by burial at Brightwater Green Burial Site. Unfortunately we didn’t miss the rain and sleet but it did settle later in the day.

Sports Relief

Huge congratulations to Julie Whiting for completing her 6 miles run for sport relief in 1hr 12mins 46sec we’re all very proud at Jonathan Whitings



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Arthur Fryer

A tribute to Mr Arthur Benjamin Fryer whose funeral we conducted today. A Soldier and a Gentleman. Much loved by his family who are very proud of him.
“And in the end, its not the years in your life that count. Its the life in your years”
The hearse and Union Flag

The hearse and Union Flag ready to depart with Mr Fryer


Royal Artillery Beret and Medals for Borneo and Malaysia