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Andrew Anderson & Sons Funeral Directors strive to give your loved one the perfect send off. We are available 24hours a day 365 days of the year and we can help arrange a funeral is as unique as the life itself.

Simple, traditional, eco-friendly or an alternative funeral, Andrew Anderson & Sons Funeral Directors can provide a service which is tailored to your wishes.

Our head office in Callander was established in 1969. A second branch was opened in Balfron in April 2016, a third office in Stirling in April 2018. Our fourth office opened in Bridge of Allan in October 2023.  R.N Robertson Funeral Directors, Dunblane became our fifth funeral home in December 2023.

R.N Robertson Funeral Directors have provided a very important service to the community of Dunblane for many years, one of integrity, care and comforting traditions. Andrew Anderson & Sons will be carrying this on by offering a service which upholds the same core principles and values, while incorporating our own family business.

All of these funeral homes  have a modern arrangement room and a chapel of rest where you can spend as much time as you need with your loved one leading up to the day of the funeral.

Throughout Andrew Anderson & Sons Funeral Directors time serving Callander, Balfron, Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Dunblane and the surrounding areas, we have always tried to uphold the traditions of those that have passed before us.

“Stand Sure we will look after you and your family”

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Andrew Anderson

1969 - retired 2014

I started my career as a joiner in Fife then moved to Callander in 1957 where I continued working as a joiner. In 1969, after my wife and I had our fourth child, I decided to start my own joinery business and Andrew Anderson & Sons was formed. The opportunity then arose for me to become involved in funerals and in 1970 Andrew Anderson & Sons became funeral directors and joiners.

I enjoyed being a source of support for people in their time of need and there is no greater honour than being asked to carry out a loved one’s funeral.

In 2014 I retired and my grandson, Ross, took over the business. I know that he will continue to work hard to provide a good service to the local community and I feel a great sense of pride watching him succeed.

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Ross Anderson

Andrew Anderson and Sons Funeral Directors 2008 - Present

I started working for Andrew Anderson & Sons Funeral Directors, which was my grandfathers business, in 2008. In December 2008, I decided to take the exciting opportunity to travel the world with my wife, Laura, and when we came back I was keen to learn as much as possible about funeral directing. I enrolled in The National Association of Funeral Directing (NAFD) to study a Diploma in Funeral Directing and following my success I decided to complete an embalming course. Throughout studying I continued to work for Andrew Anderson & Sons to gain as much experience as I could.

In 2014 my grandfather decided that, after 45 years in business, it was the right time for him to slow down and the opportunity became available to purchase his business. It is a honour. I promise to keep to the traditions that my grandfather has taught me and use my training to continue to help people in their time of need.