Meet The Team

Choosing the right Funeral Directors for your loved ones’ service is an important task and one that you can only do once. We believe it’s important to show you just who you’re dealing with when you book a service with Fisher Family. Here is our team, run by sibling funeral directors, Colin and Emma. They are two friendly and compassionate people who dedicate themselves to making sure that every service is as personalised and beautiful as it can be to do justice to your loved one. Read more about them below, and get in touch if you’d like to have an informal chat with one of them. They are always here for you and your family at this difficult time.


Colin is a family man. He lives with his partner Kirsty whom he has been with for 7 years. They have a beautiful little boy named Albie. Colin has been in the funeral industry for 12 years.

“I like to meet the families first before the funeral if I can so I know who they are and they know me. There is nothing worse than conducting a funeral not knowing who anyone is. Emma and I decided this is the path we wanted to take to give families a loving funeral to take care of their loved ones. Families need to remember it’s their loved one we are taking care of and we will do our very best to give our families exactly what they want for their loved one who’s passed away, and what they think their loved one would have wanted, so it doesn’t matter how or how small it is, we’ll get it done”.


Emma is married to Simon, whom she has been with since the age of 15. They have 4 beautiful children; Charli, Warren, Sky and Faith. Emma and Simon are both in the funeral industry with 12 years of experience between them. In Emma’s spare time, she spends it with Simon and their children. Family time is her favourite time. Emma’s Nan was Sicillian so being around large family is what she is used to. She’s very close with them all and her Nan always said “No matter what, you’re always there for your family”, so as you could imagine it’s never quite in-the-house over celebrations throughout the year. Emma never knew she wanted to be in the funeral industry growing up but when her Nan passed away, she always wondered what it would be like to care for families as her Dad and his colleagues did with her. Emma’s Father opened a funeral home and asked her to go along and help out and she’s never looked back since.

“I enjoy what I do and I take great comfort in helping families at such a tragic time in their lives. I treat everyone just how I was treated when we lost the queen in our family. It’s so rewarding and an honour that people trust us with their loved ones in sending them on their final journey”.