Lanette became a licensed funeral director in 1990 and held numerous roles in the funeral business before becoming location manager at Marlatt Funeral Home and Cremation Centre.
Community is important to Lanette. She has been involved with school council, scouts and hockey over the years. Recently her family joined the Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Lanette also belongs to the Business Executives Organization, where she has served on the board and as president.
Lanette and her husband have 1 son, whom she enjoys cheering on as he plays AA hockey. She also plays hockey herself in the adult beginner’s hockey league. When not at the hockey arena, Lanette likes to be outside with her family and friends or travel to new places.
Ivana Brigita Knezovic
Ivana was born and raised in Hamilton. She graduated from Cathedral High School in 2016. She completed her funeral director internship at Cresmount Funeral Home – Fennell Chapel in June 2018 and became a licensed funeral director in August 2018. Ivana loves serving her community and looks forward to caring for families with respect, dignity, dedication and compassion.
In her spare time, Ivana enjoys playing and coaching volleyball, as well as volunteering in charity walks such as the Coldest Night of the Year and the Pilgrimage Walk. She also likes to spend time with family and friends, eat good food, listen to music, watch movies and TV, and travel.
Rebecca Langley earned her funeral director license in 1998 and has been with Marlatt Funeral Home and Cremation Centre since March 2000. She strives to serve families with care and compassion and assist them in memorializing their loved ones.
Rebecca grew up in Dundas. She enjoys being part of the community and is a longtime member of St. Augustine's Parish and Dundas Lions Club. She and her husband have 3 children.
David Morden began working at Marlatt Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Dundas just after receiving his funeral director license in 2004.
He has been a member of the Dundas Civitan Club for more than a decade, serving on its board of directors and twice serving as club president.
David was born in Oakville and grew up in Burlington. He and his wife have a son and a dog, Bunsen. David loves spending time with his family, wandering downtown Dundas, going to the family cottage on Lake Erie, hiking and playing guitar and baseball.
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