As a teenager, Sean worked part time for a funeral home. That early experience witnessing the comfort and compassion shown to people at the most devastating times of their lives ignited a calling.
While attending Humber College in Toronto, Sean met his wife-to-be, Louise, who was also in the funeral service education program. They were married in 1989 and they both became licensed funeral directors shortly after. Louise's father owned a funeral home in York Region, so the couple moved there and spent the next 25 years serving the Newmarket-Aurora community. Sean considers it a privilege to work alongside a dedicated team of funeral professionals.
Brent Forrester was born and raised in Aurora. Since the 1980s he has served his community with empathy and compassion. Brent enjoys hockey, travelling and volunteering. He sits on the boards of 2 non-profit organizations and is an emotional rescue facilitator at Northridge Community Church of the Salvation Army.
Amy R Swaile
Amy graduated from the funeral services program at Humber College and became a licensed funeral director in 2001. Prior to that, she attended the University of Western Ontario, taking social work and thanatology courses, which led her to funeral services as a career. Amy was born and raised in Newmarket/Aurora and still lives in the area.
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