Benjamin has served families at our funeral home since 2013. He is currently employed as the assistant manager. Ben was born and raised in the community of Wolseley and returned to the community in the early 2000s to help with the family grain and cattle operation. If he is not at the funeral home, you will likely find Ben enjoying his hobbies: fishing, camping, spending time at the gun range and working with the cattle.
Denton has a long history with our funeral home. He began working here in 1973 and became a licensed funeral director and embalmer in 1977. A shareholder owner from 1981 until the funeral home was sold, Denton became the manager in 1997. Denton loves being involved in the Wolseley community, provincial funeral associations and the Saskatchewan Funeral and Cremation Services Regulatory Council. He and his wife have a son and 2 daughters, as well as 5 grandchildren.
Greg apprenticed as a funeral director in Maple Creek and earned his certificate of qualification from the University of Saskatchewan in 1995. He is a past president of the Saskatchewan Board of Funeral Homes, Regina City Cemetery Advisory Committee. A lifelong resident of Saskatchewan, Greg was born in Regina and grew up just outside of Saskatoon. He moved back to Regina in 1997.
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