Jennifer has been on our team since 2010, when she became interested in funeral service through a combination of past experience, education and a desire to help people in a time of need. As manager, her passion is not only supporting families, but growing our team of devoted individuals. Jennifer feels a deep responsibility to provide a comfortable, safe environment for guests. She also strives to give the best care and attention to each guest.
Jennifer enjoys participating in the planning of events, such as The Art of Living, the British Columbia Funeral Association conference, company events and community events.
When not at her "2nd home" at our facility, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, entertaining and being outdoors.
Jayne has lived in the White Rock community since 1987. A death in the family brought her to funeral service, and in 2011, Jayne graduated top of her class with a degree in funeral directing and embalming. Becoming our team's general manager in 2014, Jayne enjoys working with a team of talented, compassionate individuals. Respect, integrity, service excellence and enduring relationships are what her and her team strive for when serving families. She gives back to her community by volunteering as president on the board of directors with Peace Arch Hospice Society and also with the BC Funeral Association.
Tracy Leanne Davidson
Tracy started her career as an apprentice funeral director and embalmer on our team in 2013. Personal experiences led her to funeral service. She feels blessed to have gained the knowledge required to be present for friends, family and the community we serve.
Embracing her career, Tracy received an award in 2015 from Century Club and the Top Canadian Funeral Director award in 2016. Tracy always goes above and beyond, dedicating her time to ensuring her families receive the best customer service.
Volunteering has been a passion of hers for many years, including volunteering with Victim Services as well as the Heart & Stroke Foundation. She now enjoys helping out with our local hospice events. When she finds more time in the future, she would love to pursue playing the violin or learning a new language.
Tracy moved to Surrey from Vancouver Island to begin her career with us. She is enjoying her new home with her adorable fur-babies, Ella and Bailey. If you ask Tracy, her 2 children are some of her most treasured life accomplishments.
Nicole Michelle Webb
Since 2006 Nicole has provided compassionate care to families in the Lower Mainland and Surrey area. Nicole completed her studies as a funeral director and embalmer through the Canadian College of Funeral Service, becoming licensed in 2008. She is proud to be a part of our team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life.
Angela May Willmann
After many years spent working in the accounting department of a local truck dealership, Angela decided to pursue a career in the funeral business. She graduated from the British Columbia Funeral Association in September 2017 and finds helping people during difficult times rewarding. Angela goes above and beyond for every family she serves and always strives to give 110%.
Originally from Prince George, Angela lives in the Langley area. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time on the family farm, connecting with friends, hiking and baking the delicious European specialties she grew up eating—her favourites are mohnkuchen and speka rausi.
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