Your best interests are the priority of everyone who works with us
Harrison Funeral Home always maintain the personal touch and give the service that is expected from everyone. We 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 Enfield, Winchmore Hill, Highgate & Walthamstow 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.
Meet the team
Area Development Manager
Simon is an experienced funeral professional with circa 20 years’ experience in the funeral industry and is someone who is very client service focused.
As a manager he recognises the importance of the business delivering 1st class customer service whilst understanding the value of needing to support, inspire and engage the team.
His desire to provide clients with the excellent service they deserve has given him immense job satisfaction over the years but he has also been rewarding by being able to provide his team with the help and support to enable them to develop their skills within the profession.
In his spare time he likes running, cycling, walks in the countryside and gardening.
Stephen joined Funeral Partners in March 2018.
He says “I have had the pleasure of serving local communities and families for over 25 years, in many roles within the funeral industry.
I have grown up within the funeral industry, and before leaving school, I spent many school holiday’s working behind the scenes.
It is important for me to be there for the families who entrust their loved ones in to our care, and help to guide them through, a difficult and upsetting time. Taking care of their needs and ensuring that everything that the family has arranged, goes perfectly on the day. Over the years it has been an amazing journey, that I have taken within funerals, as I am always learning new things, and love to help others in difficult times.”
Donna joined Harrison Funeral Home in April 2018. She has extensive experience of helping families at their time of need as she has worked for over six years’ as a Funeral Arranger.
Donna says “Being able to support families during the toughest of times and helping to make each funeral as unique as the loved ones they have lost, is a privilege and extremely rewarding.”
In her free time, Donna loves to spend time with her two Grandsons, travelling to far off places and scuba diving.
Her favourite country to visit is Jamaica.
Kelly joined Harrison Funeral Home in May 2018, and similarly to Donna, has 5 years’ experience of being a Funeral Arranger in a previous setting.
She says “Having the ability to build a trusting relationship with a loved one’s family, listening to their needs so the actual day can be the best it can be for them, is one of the most rewarding things I feel I can do for a family. It really is an honour to be able to help, support and guide families through this funeral journey.”
Kelly enjoys the gym, being Nanny to her Daughters Yorkshire terrier and has a bucket list of extreme sports. Next on the list is a wing walk!
Liz says “I have been a funeral arranger for Harrison Funeral Home in Winchmore Hill since 2015.
From the moment a family contacts me I take great pride in guiding them through every step they need to take to lay their loved one to rest.
I feel that helping people, at a time in their lives when they are faced with making important choices for their loved ones, is an honour and a privilege.
I was born and bred in Winchmore Hill and am therefore very familiar with and extremely fond of my local area. I have been an active member of the congregation at St Peter’s Church in Grange Park for as long as I can remember and ran a Brownie Pack there for many years.”
In her spare time she enjoys playing tennis at a local club and has recently taken up ballet again, after rather a long break!
Sam has worked for Harrison Funeral Home since June 2017.
She says that “working with families to plan and arrange their loved ones final journey and being there for them through the entire process and after the funeral is the most rewarding job I will ever have. I love being a funeral arranger and I love working with people.”
After spending all my working life in some form of accountancy, I joined the Funeral Business in 2008 as a casual Funeral Arranger just to cover sickness and holidays.
She says “In that time, I have found it to be the best move I ever made as I find it the most rewarding role I have ever had.
I feel my families should always take priority and I should a do everything in my power to make this hard time for them run smoothly.
In my spare time I volunteer at a club for stroke victims and have done so for nearly 20 years. This is also rewarding and we thoroughly enjoy ourselves. I also take care of a lady who has no blood relatives and is in ill health”.