Lodge Brothers have a large range of products and services such as memorials, lawn memorials, pre paid funeral plans, floral arrangements and much more throughout all of their 39 branches including Memorials Brentford, Memorials Byfleet and Memorials Calne.
Hounslow Rotary Club Raise Funds for Polio at The Worlds Greatest Meal
Hounslow Rotary Club recently held a meal at the Mirsch Masala Indian Restaurant in Hounslow to help raise funds to eradicate Polio world-wide.
District Manager and Hounslow Rotary Club President Quentin Edgington, said, “This was a great evening to help raise funds to eradicate Polio. We raised £193 which will be trebled to £579, thanks to the Bill Gates Foundation.”
Photo shows L to R Marcel Marken President of Cheam Rotary Club, Quentin Edgington Lodge Brothers District Manager and President of Hounslow Rotary Club and Dr.Mumtaz Ali, Owner of the Restaurant and a member of Hounslow Rotary Club.
Lodge Brothers Memorials Biggleswade love to share news including the community involvements, expansions, thanksgiving services, Memorials Addlestone and Memorials Ashford and many other branches within the Lodge Brothers family of branches.
AV Smith & Sons Say Farewell to Branch Arranger Sheila Sherwood
After just two and a half years with the company, Sheila Sherwood, Funeral Arranger at AV Smith & Sons, Hillingdon, is leaving to start a new career with British Airways at nearby Heathrow Airport. In her time with Lodge Brothers, Sheila has arranged just over 250 funerals. She has endeared herself to clients with her calm and empathetic manner, and her colleagues admire lively sense of humour and teamwork.
Her office is festooned with ‘thank-you’ cards from grateful clients and, as this web-site will testify, a whole raft of testimonials.
Our local vicar at St John’s Church, Hillingdon, Reverend Robert Harrison commented, “It has been an absolute pleasure working with Sheila; she has such a kind and caring nature that is so reassuring for bereaved families. She has been an integral part of the very fabric of Hillingdon village life and she will be sorely missed”.
Sheila said, “I have really enjoyed working for Lodge Brothers; the people are fantastic and the job is extremely satisfying, however, I just feel ready for a career move.”