Blake Brooks has been a part of the Dignity Memorial® family since 1995 and is the location manager of Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home and Chapel.
Originally from Chatham, Ontario, Blake completed his internship in Windsor, Ontario, and became a licensed funeral director in 1988. He loves the diverse clientele served by Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home and comes to work each day with a renewed belief that success ultimately comes by helping others succeed first.
Community involvement has always been important to Blake. He has been active in many organizations and spearheads several annual events for our company, including Denim Day for the CURE Foundation, Plaid for Dad for Prostate Cancer, the Dignity Memorial® Walk of Memories and the Charity Garage Sale and Market in support of Canadian Diabetes Association. He is a loyal volunteer for Casey House Hospice and has been very active around education and activism in the Toronto AIDS community.
In his spare time Blake can be found cooking, curling and travelling.
Michelle Lauren Methven
Michelle was inspired to enter funeral services after the loss of her 3-year-old daughter to cancer and is committed to serving each family she encounters with the same respect and care that she experienced at that time. Michelle joined the Dignity Memorial network in 2015, after graduating from Humber College and becoming a licensed funeral director. Born and raised in Toronto, she loves serving the community where she grew up.
When she is not at work, Michelle teaches nursery school at her church and spends time with her partner and their children at their tiny cottage in Coboconk.
Jaclyn Marie Silva
Jaclyn Silva has been with Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home & Chapel for her entire professional career. She began working as a funeral director’s assistant in 2010, and became a licensed funeral director in 2013. She loves coming to work each day and appreciates the challenges and rewards of helping people navigate such a challenging and emotional time in their lives.
When she’s not at work, Jaclyn can be found at the movies—her favourites include anything from Stanley Kubrick or M. Night Shyamalan. She also enjoys going to concerts and listening to music. She is an active board member of the Uptown Yonge BIA and enjoys working within diverse neighbourhoods to help local businesses thrive.
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