Since 1992, Fletcher Funeral Chapel has provided funeral services, comfort and guidance to the people of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Over the years, the style and type of services have evolved to accommodate changes within the funeral profession and wishes of the families we serve. Yet the deep level of care, compassion and competent service has remained unwavering.
Myron Fletcher founded Fletcher Funeral Chapel with core principles of care, compassion, reliability and trust. When a family suffers the loss of a loved one, it is our promise to provide support every step of the way. Our experienced team of funeral service associates is available to assist with every funeral and service detail, creating a memorialization as unique as your loved one.
We at Fletcher Funeral Chapel place a large importance on maintaining our longstanding relationship with the community. Deeply dedicated to the people of Weyburn, Fletcher Funeral Chapel is a member of the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce and proudly supports community events in and around Weyburn, including dinner theaters, golf tournaments, rodeos and The Family Place Festival of Trees. Every year, our associates lay a wreath at the Remembrance Day Service.
Many of Fletcher Funeral Chapel's team members have roots in Weyburn and the surrounding area, dating back several generations. They have attended school in Weyburn, raise their families here and many are active in the Knights of Columbus, rel="noopener noreferrer" Rotary Club and Royal Canadian Legion.
We understand that losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience, and are committed to providing compassionate, professional and personal service. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance or would like more information about our services.
"Our experience was very positive, efficient, compassionate staff. Arrangements were very professionally handled and we received excellent advice in response to any questions we had."
"Mothers obituary was online for a time but taken down earlier than others from same time period. Can't find it anywhere. Perhaps because she wasn't buried here."