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. F Curtis & Son 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 Warminster, Wiltshire 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.
Paul has been with F Curtis & Son Funeral Directors since 2017, having previously worked in the funeral industry for the past 7 years. He says “It is a privilege to care for our families and provide support to those still with us.”
He is from Birmingham but has lived in Wiltshire for the past 13 years and enjoys football, reading and golf.
After being a stay at home mum for 5 years, and looking after her Grandmother who had dementia Sarah went to work in community care, helping people remain in their own homes. She then worked in a dementia care home and prides herself in their end of life needs and care to make sure they had the very best.
She says “Since starting work with F Curtis & Son Funeral Directors in August 2017 I like to think that I am still giving people the best right until the end and helping support their families in their time of need also. I am one for supporting charities and did a 10,000 ft sky dive to help raise money for the residents I was caring for.”
Vanessa has been with F Curtis & Son Funeral Directors since 2017, having previously worked as a Finance Staff Development Officer within the Finance function of the NHS covering the whole of the SW Region. The majority of her time was spent travelling around the region, arranging training events for Directors of Finance and also staff events.
She has been a carer for the last 11 years and was the first Lady President of the Lions Club in Salisbury.
She also helped to set up the Warminster Diabetic Group which has been running since 2015.
She enjoys baking, cooking and catering for parties and afternoon teas.
Funeral Service Operator
Richard has been with F Curtis & Son Funeral Directors since 2016, having previously worked for 25 years as a Prison Officer with HM Prison Service including some time as an Officer Facilitator on CBT Offending Behaviour Programmes.
He enjoys helping families at their time of need by caring for their deceased loved-ones.
He lives part-time on his narrow-boat and enjoys reading psychological/crime fiction and making the most of living in a rural/country area. He says “I’m a great fan of a decent cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake!”