About the company
Corkhill & Callow have been operating as Funeral Directors in the Isle of Man for almost a century. During that time, the company has always been known as a trusted local business which you can rely on during your most difficult times.
Today, we offer the same reassuring service that first secured our reputation. We are a small, friendly team and we are here to support you. You will always deal with the same person from start to finish. If you have any special requests, or if we can make this challenging time more manageable for you, we would love to hear from you.
We understand that nobody wants to arrange a funeral. That's what we're here for. And with the longest serving funeral directorship on the Isle of Man, you're in very safe hands.
Let us take care of everything so that you can focus on what matters most.
Tim has been part of the team at Corkhill and Callow for over 25 years where he has worked mostly behind the scenes. More recently, Tim has taken ownership of the business and assumed a more front-line role.
Manager & FUneral Director
Natalie Faragher, Dip.F.D
Natalie has worked for Corkhill and Callow for 10 years and so brings a wealth of experience in working closely with families during difficult times. She has a Foundation Certificate in Funeral Service and a Diploma in Funeral Directing. In addition to her in-house management responsibilities, she handles all aspects of arranging and directing funerals in Ramsey and across the Isle of Man.
Following three years with Corkhill and Callow, Julie has a detailed knowledge of all aspects of funeral directing on the Isle of Man. Her role is very customer focused, and you can expect her to be both knowledgeable and supportive. Julie handles all aspects of arranging and directing funerals across the Island.
Kevin has been involved with Corkhill and Callow over many years. Although he is now semi-retired, he continues to assist with the arrangement of funerals throughout the Isle of Man.
Our team of pall bearers are (left to right) Dan Kelly, Andrew Gale, Nigel Kelly and Kevin Mayne. These gentlemen are all very experienced in the funeral business and are involved throughout the whole process. They help with carrying out the collection of and care of the deceased, to cleaning and maintaining the fleet of vehicles, driving the mourners to the funeral, and carrying the coffin at the church or crematorium, and to the grave.