Gail has been serving in the funeral industry since 1988 and is honoured to be part of our team. She is married with 6 children and a proud grandmother to 6 grandchildren. When she is not at work, Gail loves to spend time with her family and enjoys being the family's hockey cheerleader.
Cynthia Nora Mitchell
A former funeral service officiant and bereavement counsellor, Cynthia has accompanied families through one of the most difficult times in their lives for more than 30 years. Her experiences in palliative care provides a unique perspective to funeral and memorial service planning. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Cynthia now lives and works in Leduc, Alberta. She is the mother of 2 adult sons and has several years of experience in teaching dance.
Charlene Sandra Sansoucy
Charlene Sansoucy has been a funeral director at Hainstock's Funeral Home since August 2006. She graduated from Canadian College of Funeral Services in 2007 with a degree in funeral directing. Since then, Charlene has served the families in Edmonton, Alberta, with the utmost professionalism and compassion. When she is not at the funeral home, you'll likely find Charlene enjoying time with her family.
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