Jerrett Funeral Homes - St. Clair Chapel

1141 St Clair Ave West Toronto, ON


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    Maureen Biancone


    Maureen realized at a young age that she wanted to be a funeral director. In high school she enrolled in a co-op program through a small town funeral home in Simcoe, Ontario. Her time there confirmed that funeral service was her "calling." Maureen graduated from Humber College with a diploma in funeral service education in 1998 and began her apprenticeship with Jerrett Funeral Homes. In 1999 she became a licensed funeral director serving with Jerrett Funeral Homes at St. Clair Chapel. In 2014 Maureen assumed the role of managing funeral director. Maureen loves being part of the team and says that, "Jerrett – St. Clair is a big city funeral home, with a small town atmosphere." Over many years Maureen has had the honour and privilege to serve families during their time of need. She has grown and changed as a funeral director, but her compassion for the families she serves has remained the same. Maureen treats each family as if they were her own, making them feel comfortable and at ease.

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    Rachel Nicole Renner

    Funeral Director

    Rachel Renner knew from a very young age that funeral service was her calling. At 16 she started working as a funeral director’s assistant at a funeral home in Thorold, Ontario. Rachel completed a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and biology at Brock University and graduated from the funeral services education program at Humber College in 2014.

    Rachel began her internship rotating with the Jerrett Funeral Home in Scarborough and Rosar Morrison Funeral Home. Once licensed, Rachel began as a funeral director at Giffen-Mack Funeral Home, where she would gain experience and an immediate love for helping families during their time of need. Rachel joined the Care Team at Jerrett Funeral Home – St. Clair Chapel in 2016, welcomed by compassionate and dedicated co-workers.

    Rachel says, “This isn’t just a funeral home, we are part of a community that is full of culture, love and empathy for all of those who are experiencing the hardest times of their lives. The families in our community have shown me such a sense of love and warmth; it makes me strive to work harder each day. I feel honored to guide these families through such a difficult time.”