Gary Miller earned his funeral director and embalming license through the Saskatchewan Funeral Association and began his professional career with Ross Funeral Service in 1972.
A lifelong resident of the Assiniboia area, Gary feels a personal connection to the families he serves. Even as the funeral industry evolves, Gary maintains a commitment to compassion, integrity and attention to detail.
Gary grew up on his family's farm east of Lisieux, where he still lives with his wife. Together they raised 2 girls who have given them 4 grandsons. In his spare time, Gary enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with family and friends.
David Adolphe Diakuw
David started his funeral services career in Prince Albert in the 1980s and has served families all across Saskatchewan since then. He joined the team at Ross Funeral Service in 2013. He says his first impression of Ross "was real old-fashioned taking care of people," a tradition he is proud to uphold.
Since 1982, Anette has been a dedicated part of the Ross Funeral Service team, providing compassionate funeral care to families in Assiniboia and beyond. Her work focuses on listening and understanding needs—and then creating a meaningful memory for a loved one.
Anette was born and raised in Assiniboia. She and her husband, Michael, have 2 daughters and 2 grandchildren. Anette is a member of the Catholic parish and enjoys volunteering. Her hobbies include refinishing antiques, reading and fishing.
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