Trusted Personal Professional
Independent, qualified funeral directors based around the Worcester area.
Winner of SME Midlands Enterprise Awards 2018
'Worcestershire Funeral Director of the Year'
Who we are
Jackson Family Funeral Directors was started early 2018 when Matthew and Laura realised there were only very limited and often expensive choices in both the Upton-upon-Severn and Pershore areas.
In 2019, Jackson Family Funeral Directors Ltd took over the ownership of Andrew Phillips Funeral Services, another independent funeral directors in Worcestershire. With this acquisition the Jackson Family team can personally care for families in Pershore, Upton, Malvern and Worcester. They also now have a complete funeral care centre in Upton to provide additional support.
It always makes a service more personal when you can build a relationship, this is often quite difficult when using nationally owned companies.
What we hope to do, is to be there for our local communities, each time a family sees us they will know who we are and know we are there for them during the hardest time of their life. For this reason, each of our offices have a personal funeral director:
Matthew Jackson Dip. F.S.
Funeral Director for Pershore
Matt started in the funeral profession over 10 years ago, gaining experience and training with The Co-Operative Funeralcare in Worcester, Evesham and Malvern. He then furthered his experience and learning the personal aspect of care with E Hill & Son Funeral Directors in Pershore. During this time he passed his Certificate in Funeral Services and Diploma in Funeral Services.
Matthew and Laura have two young children Phoebe and Thomas who attend school and childminders local to Pershore. As a family they spend time visiting local national trust properties, zoos, the cinema and local events.
Matthew and Laura's chosen charities for 2019 are; The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust and The Vow.
Funeral Director for Upton
Mark started in the funeral profession over 30 years ago, originally for a large company in London and then in the independent sector throughout the country. Mark owned his own funeral directors, Campion and New in Evesham before moving across to serve the community at M Presland Funeral Directors in Upton-upon-Severn. He has a wealth of experience in traditional and bespoke services and is well known for his focus on family care.
Mark Campion joined the Jackson Family to be able to serve his community once again, this time for an independent company. This allows Mark to do whatever he feels is necessary to make sure a family receives the highest standard of service possible. His ethos perfectly reflects the company's attitude of being transparent and honest with our families which seems to be quite rare in the funeral profession.
Mark is a family man with a great love of dogs. We welcome Mark's vision and passion for his vocation and he really has become a firm foundation in our company.
Mark's chosen charities for 2019 are; Worcestershire Cancer Aid and Upton in Bloom.
Funeral Director for Worcester
Lee began his funeral career with a national funeral company but soon found himself being recycled around various branches, not allowing him to build up a relationship with the community.
Lee moved across to Jackson Family on a supposedly casual basis and we've seen him everyday since. With the acquisition of Andrew Phillips Funeral Services he accepted a full time position as the manager of the Worcester office.
He has begun creating relationships with local Worcester businesses and has extensive plans to become part of the community with various charity events and bereavement groups.
Lee's chosen charities for 2019 are; West Mercia Women's Aid and St Richard's Hospice.
Funeral Director for Malvern
Tracey began her funeral career with the same national funeral company as Mark, Sylvia and Lee before moving to the independent setting of Andrew Phillips Funeral Service.
She helped Andrew manage the day to day running of the business as well as performing her role of funeral director. Her personality matches that of the Jackson Family team and although surrounded by a bunch of men, she can easily control any conversation and situation. This shows that any bespoke funeral request or larger congregation can be dealt with in a calm but structured approach.
Having moved across to the Jackson Family team during the acquisition, Tracey will be working closely with Matthew to ensure families that have been cared for by both companies recieve the same high level of professional service.
Tracey's chosen charities for 2019 are; Malvern Hills Riding for the Diabled Association and Footsteps Child Bereavement Support.
24 hour personal attention from Matthew, Mark, Lee and Tracey.