With decades of experience in the funeral industry, Holly Rousseau has been a licensed Ontario funeral director for many years. She is a location manager at both Hetherington and Deans and Hulse and English funeral homes.
Holly is currently an active crisis responder with Victim Services Niagara, a board member of the Ina Grafton Gage Village Foundation, a former member of the education committee with the Ontario Board of Funeral Services and acting secretary with the executive committee for the Niagara District Funeral Services Association.
Holly has lived in the Niagara Region for most of her life and continues to reside here with her husband and her 2 sons.
Lisa Marie Ayers
Lisa Ayers was born and raised in the Niagara Region. She became a licensed funeral director in 2010.
In her private time Lisa raises rare Irish Dexter cattle and heritage poultry, and she also belongs to Rare Breeds Canada, Canadian Dexter Cattle Association and is on the board for the Niagara Local Food Co-op. She volunteers as a regatta race announcer at the Henley Rowing Course in St. Catharines.
Corina Lee Haardeng Pedersen
Corina Haardeng Pedersen received her funeral director’s license in 1989 after completing Humber College’s funeral services program. After 25 years of working in Metropolitan Toronto, she relocated to St. Catharines, Ontario, to be closer to her family and happily joined our staff.
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