Glasgow

We are a family-run funeral firm, dedicated to providing all the support that you and your family may require.

From selecting a coffin to picking your loved one’s favourite flowers, we will help and guide you every step of the way. We pride ourselves in providing a complete personal service to each individual and family, helping you tailor the funeral and service that best suits you and your loved one’s needs. We also provide pre-payment funeral plans so whether you are arranging a funeral now or planning for the future – we’ll do everything we can to help you remember your loved one. The staff at Fosters Funeral Directors have been highly trained to deal with clients in a sympathetic and understanding nature in times of great distress and sorrow.

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240 Glasgow Road
Rutherglen
Glasgow
G73 1UZ

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292 Stonelaw Road
Rutherglen
Glasgow
G73 3RP

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Our Staff

Stuart Logan

Stuart Logan

Funeral Arranger/Director

I have been working in the Funeral Sector for over a decade and started working in Glasgow as a driver bearer within a large corporation. In turn, I moved to Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen, learning all aspects of the trade throughout Scotland, progressing through the ranks within the sector.

I’m delighted to be part of the Fosters team so I can help the bereaved public in the local community in which we serve. This combined with my knowledge, experience and commitment to the funeral profession ensures our clients receive an exceptional standard of personal service every time.

Terry Buchan

Terry Buchan

Area Manager

My name is Terry Buchan. I started employment in the funeral industry in 2006 as a funeral operative for Dundas Fyfe Funeral Directors, my role there involved chauffeur driving limousines for funerals, and general workshop duties.

In 2010 I enrolled with William Purves embalming academy, where I completed the course in embalming.

Over the 3 years since then I have worked in the mortuary, taking care of hygienic treatments and preparing your loved ones for viewings and for their final journey.

In 2013 I joined Fosters Funeral Directors as a funeral director, coming here mainly because they are an independent family funeral directors.

My intentions are to provide a professional and compassionate service so that you and your loved ones’ wishes are carried out.

When am out of work I spend time with my wife Lisa and 4 children. Nico, Nathan, Keanna and Jack and our family dog Kira.

Alan Keenan

Alan Keenan

Funeral DIRECTOR / OFFICIATE

My name is Alan Keenan. I entered the funeral business joining Fosters Funeral Directors in 2009 after a long career in the fire and rescue service.

I live locally and I am married with three grown up daughter’s.

When not working in the funeral business, I like to relax by keeping fit.

As well as arranging and directing funerals, my role within the company extends to compiling and delivering eulogies and putting together bespoke services whether religious or non-religious, in line with family wishes.

My intention is to ensure that families receive a truly individual and unique service, and that their loved one receives the dignified send-off they deserve.

Allan Duke

Allan Duke

Funeral Director

Hi, my name is Allan, I have been a Funeral Director for 8 years.

 

I wanted to become a funeral director after my dad passed away and I saw first-hand how respectful and caring the funeral staff were with my mum and my family and how they cared for my dad with dignity and looked after him like he was one of their own family.

 

These are the most important things to me when arranging and conducting funerals for other families and I get great satisfaction from carrying out their wishes.

 

In my spare time I am the Group Scout Leader at the 3rd East Kilbride Scouts and this means planning lots of activities and camps for the scouts and keeps me active.