Tamara L. Seghers has spent most of her life in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, graduating from Weyburn Comprehensive in 2001. After spending a few years in Alberta where she trained as a funeral director and embalmer at Mount Royal University in Calgary, she worked for 2 years at the Martin Brothers Funeral Home in Lethbridge. Tamara then returned to Weyburn to work, marry and have a family. Currently Tamara and her husband, along with their 3 children, are very active members of the community, involved in hockey, soccer and Ukrainian dance.
Joseph William Deal graduated from the funeral service program at Humber College in Toronto and moved to British Columbia from Ontario in 2006. After working in a funeral home for 8 years in Cranbrook, British Columbia, Joe and his wife of 33 years moved to Kamloops, where he started with our team in 2014.
Outside of work, Joe loves to explore forgotten places, which often lands him in unusual predicaments and makes for good stories. He also likes to hike, travel and patiently supports his wife’s interest in flowers and gardening. They have 2 adult married children who share their parents' love of adventure.
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