Richard has served Hamilton families since earning his funeral director's license in 2006. He became manager at Truscott, Brown & Dwyer Funeral Chapel in 2008. A strong sense of social justice and compassion guides everything Richard does, and he builds his relationships on dignity and respect.
Richard lives in Hamilton’s east end and focuses on making a difference in the community. He has served on the board of the Hamilton AIDS Network, volunteers as a Big Brother, supports the work of Wesley Urban Ministries and can often be seen downtown helping the homeless. He also enjoys working with Hamilton's cat rescue agencies and is curator of one of the larger vintage Action Man collections in Canada.
Jenny Lee Young
Jenny joined Markey-Dermody Funeral Home as a pre-planning advisor before becoming a funeral director. Previously, she worked in Burlington as a funeral director for many years. When she is not at work, Jenny enjoys spending time with her 2 children.
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