Located on Chester Road, New Oscott, Lilies Funeral Directors will be celebrating their second anniversary in the spring. The 1st March marks the date that they started providing their services to the local community.
Lee Solomon, one of Lilies owners, said:
“Being a new company in an
industry built on trust and recommendations, we thought it would take us a long time to get
where we are today. We are just so grateful that families speak so highly of us, it’s an
honour to be able to be there for them at such a difficult time.”
Lilies Funeral Directors has also been recognised for its community and charity work. Whether helping clean the local streets or running the 2017 Birmingham Marathon in aid of John Taylor Hospice, the staff have responded brilliantly.
Lee Solomon is particularly proud of the ‘Ambassador of the Year’ award he received from John Taylor Hospice.
“Not once did I expect anything like this, the team at John Taylor Hospice deserve so much – I just wish I could do more.”
New Funeral Home
The hard work and dedication the team at Lilies have put in is clearly paying off as they prepare to open their second funeral home and increase the amount of families they can care for.
The two owners, Lee Solomon and Nathan Scully, grew up in and around Great Barr, Kingstanding and Sutton Coldfield. Being local men, they want to give back to their community and their next funeral home is to open in Kingstanding – very close the primary school both Lee and Nathan’s family went to.