Dwayne has been caring for people in grief for more than 2 decades. He attended Dalhousie University, where he earned bachelor's degrees in mathematics and economics. In addition to working in the funeral industry, Dwayne is an advocate for those with special needs and passionately works to protect their rights and freedoms.
Born and raised in rural Nova Scotia, Dwayne now lives in Bedford. He loves to travel far and wide, but, being a Bluenoser at heart, Nova Scotia will always be home.
Lori Ann Doucette
Lori Doucette has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer since 2005, serving in Victoria, British Columbia, and in the Dartmouth/Halifax area since 2013.
Having experienced her own losses, Lori has a deep passion for the grieving process and the beauty that can replace sadness. Her eagerness to help others has led her to a new role in the funeral industry as Dignity Memorial's® first licensed grief recovery specialist in Halifax.
Born and raised in the small community of Newtown, Newfoundland and Labrador, Lori is proud of her roots and the family who instilled in her a great work ethic and love for life. She happily resides in East Hants with her husband, their 2 children and their dog. Lori enjoys camping with family and friends, taking long walks and getting cozy with a good book.
Timothy Rodgers has been working in the funeral business in the Halifax/Dartmouth since 1986. Raised in Dartmouth, Tim and his wife have been married since 1989 and have a son. Tim enjoys reading, watching sports and spending time with family.
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