Craig has worked in the funeral industry since 1988. He attended the funeral service program at Humber College and received his funeral director license in 1990. He has been a member of our care team since 1990. During his decades of service, Craig has been given more and more responsibility—beginning as a newly licensed funeral director, becoming the assistant manager and since 2002 has been serving as manager of the funeral home. He is a past board member with CARP. Married since 1995, Craig has 2 daughters. During his spare time he enjoys playing hockey, golf and following Indy Car racing.
Hector started with Walter D. Kelly in September of 1990, shortly after he moved to Windsor. He originally worked for the Kelly family, and then transitioned through the Alderwoods Group and then with Dignity Memorial®.
Hector is a life member of the Windsor Light Music Theatre and an associate member at The Windsor Yacht Club. He recently moved into the Old Walkerville area, which is only minutes from the funeral home.
He is a father to 2 boys and 1 stepson, 3 granddaughters and 4 great-grandchildren.
After graduating from McMaster University in his hometown of Hamilton, Michael spent 4 months traveling Europe before returning to Canada. He then took a position as a funeral director assistant for a large Toronto funeral home for 2 years before deciding to attend Humber College in order to obtain his funeral director's license. After receiving his license, Mike worked for a number of funeral homes in the Greater Toronto Area and Niagara Peninsula.
Seeking a change, he took a position with the Hospitals of Ontario Pension Plan as an instructional designer, analyzing and mapping business processes and creating appropriate online and classroom learning materials. Missing the variety and rewarding nature of working in a funeral home, Mike returned to the funeral service industry and has been employed by Walter D. Kelly Life Celebration Centre since 2009.
In his spare time Mike enjoys walking, riding his bicycle, going to the gym and reading.
Troy received his funeral director’s license in 1992 and, after spending his early years in the Leamington and Essex areas, he joined the Anderson Funeral Home and Cremation Centre team in 2000.
Troy has 3 children that keep him very active, however, he does enjoy participating in community groups that focus on helping people in the area who are homeless or poverty-stricken. He is also involved with the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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