- Coker and Sons Funeral Parlour was established on 30 July 1915 by Les Coker's great-grandfather, Herbert Coker, in his front parlour in Spring Lane, Walford.
- In 2014, Coker and Sons moved to 53 Turpin Road.
- Billy Mitchell began working for Coker & Sons as of 11 July 2014.
- 30 July 2015 was the company's centenary and to celebrate, they threw a party in The Queen Victoria and also offered 20% off for August 2015.
- 22 September 2016, Les talked to "MacIntyres", another Funeral Directors, about buying Coker & Sons.
- 3 October 2016, Les called Mr Bateman of MacIntyres Undertakers Limited and told him the business was no longer for sale. Les made Billy the manager.
- In May 2017, Pam Coker returns to the square and tell Billy Mitchell that Les Coker has made the decision to make Billy a partner in the business, known as Coker & Mitchell Funeral Directors.
- In 2018, Billy becomes part of a robbery arranged by Aidan Maguire, which involved him exhuming a grave for cash. Pam Coker sacks Billy after this is caught on CCTV. Jay Mitchell takes over as manager of the business.
List of clients funerals
- Jack Martin (prior-1985)
- Lilian Martin (prior-1985)
- Pete Beale (1993)
- Ethel Skinner (2000)
- Archie Mitchell (2010)
- Pat Evans (2012 )
- Nick Cotton (2014; fake)
- Lucy Beale (2014)
- Stan Carter (2015)
- Jim Branning (2015)
- Nick Cotton (2015; real)
- Charlie Slater (19 January 2016)
- Peggy Mitchell (4 July 2016)
- Paul Coker (8 September 2016)
- Eddie Kendall (6 December 2016)
- Steven Beale (22 September 2017)
- Abi Branning (16 February 2018)
- Harold Legg (19 February 2019)
- The Cancer Support Society (2012-2013)
- The Sarus Foundation Trust (2010-2011)
- Lipsy's Fruit, Veg' & Flower Shop (1990's-2010)
- Artie (????-)
- Colin (????-)
- Little Nige (????-)
- Big Nige (1988-)
- Harry (????-)
- Dhal (????-)
- Lanky (????-)
- Lenny (????)
- Les Coker (????-2016)
- Paul Coker (2015-2016)
- Billy Mitchell (2014-2018)
- Jay Mitchell (2016-)
- Callum Highway (2019-)
17 April 2015 - Linda Carter was having trouble with paying for Stan Carter's funeral. Pam and Billy suggested the Solid Oak, which is the most expensive casket at £3,800. This was the casket that Carol Branning chose for Jim Branning's funeral. The package also included embalming, dressing, the hearse and one limo.
When Linda could not afford it, Pam gave the casket to Linda at cost price, which reduced £1,500 of the final amount.