A future built on the best foundations
Will Case and Partners has a heritage that starts in the 1960s and continues to this day because of the principles laid down by Will Case and his daughter Mary Case.
Both recognised that to provide the very best funeral services staff needed to be highly professional, have the right technical knowledge and experience all combined with the profound understanding that the role of a funeral director is a rare privilege in any community.
William and Mary made a significant impact on the way funeral services were developed in the UK and around the world and with the help of Sheila Dicks founded the Salisbury College of Funeral Sciences which has a worldwide reputation for training.
In 2013 Mary Case died and Will Case and Partners has been acquired by Alan and Sue Puxley. Both Alan and Sue are qualified funeral directors - Alan worked with Mary Case for 22 years before being invited to join an International Disaster Team. He then spent over a decade travelling the world attending plane crashes, bombings and natural disasters helping victims and families.
Alan has the distinction of being past National President of both The British Institute of Funeral Directors and the British Association for Human Identification.
Alan and Sue are supported by a team of highly trained and experienced colleagues:
Amy Darlow and Tim Babey, who are both working to becoming qualified. Both are well known for devotion to their work and being caring funeral directors.