G & M Goold Funeral Directors is an established, qualified, and trusted business serving the communities of Chester.
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Geoff & Mandy
Geoff (Dip. FD)
Geoff is qualified to the highest level, gaining his Diploma in Funeral Directing in 1995, with over 30 years’ experience in the profession. He started off as a driver bearer, rising to area manager, and then principal funeral director of 8 funeral homes. Planning and focus are two of Geoff's strengths, as is his extensive knowledge of the profession.
Mandy (Dip. HE)
Mandy is a qualified person-centered counsellor, gaining her diploma in 2000. With over ten years’ experience in the funeral profession, Mandy's attention to detail and her customer care skills are paramount to the business.
Dan is Mandy's eldest son. He left the British Army in 2013 after serving with 1 Mercian for 5 years, with two tours of Afghanistan to his name. Dan joined us in 2013 as a trainee funeral director and after studying for his diploma he is now a funeral director. Dan is eager to learn all aspects of funeral directing and in time he will achieve his goal of running the family business.
Mike is Mandy's youngest son. He left the British Army in 2015 after serving with the Royal Engineers as an armoured engineer. He was based in Germany and has been on a tour of Afghanistan and has trained in Kenya and Cyprus. Mike is currently training to become a first class funeral director, following in the true family tradition, starting from the bottom and working his way up.
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'Professionalism means quality, it means qualification, it means doing things right. When we opened our funeral home we wanted to achieve several things, we wanted it to reflect over 50 years of experience in the profession. '
'We wanted to create a personal, professional, dedicated service that we as a family could be proud of. With our life skills and maturity we know first hand that bereavement is a long journey and we wanted to be able to be there for families at their time of need.'