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When you place your trust in Jacob Conroy & Sons, you can expect the highest standards of professionalism. Our values of compassion, dedication, integrity and respect - for everyone - drive our truly distinct service.
Jacob Conroy & Son has been an established Morpeth based funeral director for over 40 years serving the local community and earning its trust. Jacob set up his own business in the mid 1970s operating out of the old church hall in Pegswood. He developed a reputation for high standards of personal care to bereaved families and grew a very loyal customer base as a result.
In 1989, the move to a modern, purpose built funeral home in the Oldgate, Morpeth, demonstrated his commitment to local people. His sons, Peter and Mark, joined their father in the business as it continued to expand with a new office opening in Bedlington in 1994. Two years later, further expansion prompted a move to the former Liberal Party and National Union of Miners headquarters in Guidepost. Approaching retirement in 2007, Jacob sought out another family business with ethics and experience to take on the legacy of his own. William Purves, with its five generations and reputation for premier funeral services was a natural fit.
Today, our values of compassion, dedication, integrity and respect are at the heart of Jacob Conroy & Son as the five-strong team continue supporting bereaved families in Morpeth and surrounding area.
Helping you honour their lifeAs the final ritual of life, a funeral is our way of saying goodbye, honouring a life lived and a life loved. Funerals play an important role in our grieving process and often we can feel a huge responsibility to get it right. Which is why we start with the view that every funeral is unique and every funeral is special. In years to come we want you to look back without regret and take comfort from the way you laid your loved one to rest. We have been guiding and supporting families through bereavement for many generations. Let our family help your family by sharing with you the wealth of understanding and experience we have gathered over the years.
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