Andrew Hickson is based at our Huntingdon office. Andrew arranges and conducts the majority of funerals managed by our Huntingdon branch. Andrew established Kingfisher Funerals in 2010 because he saw a need for a truly independent funeral directing business in St Neots and Huntingdon. A dog lover, Andrew introduced Roxie the Labrador to Kingfisher, and now welcomes dogs to visit the premises whenever their owners consider it suitable. Andrew’s other passion is travel, and he is slowly ticking off the list of countries he intends to visit, although the list gets ever longer as well.
Scott Hardiman runs the day-to-day operation of Kingfisher. Scott is responsible for ensuring that all the elements of each funeral come together at the right time and in the right place. Based at our St Neots office, Scott arranges and conducts funerals managed by this branch. Although the youngest member of our team, Scott demonstrates incredible empathy for, and understanding of the needs of bereaved people. A fitness fanatic, Scott has recently become a father, so is getting used to sleepless nights and early starts.
Philip Reynolds is based at Gate Lodge in St Neots, and arranges and conducts funerals managed by this office. A life-long St Neots resident, Philip is well-known in the town. He worked as a funeral director in Cambridge for 12 years before returning to his home town and joining Kingfisher in February 2015. Philip brings a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere to the company, and is much appreciated by the clients he works with. His hands are kept full by his two young daughters, and when he gets a moment to himself Phil enjoys playing pool at the local snooker club.