Bonnie been in the funeral industry since 2012 and serves at Henderson's Funeral Home in Chilliwack. She has been a licensed funeral director since 2013 and was recently promoted to location manager. Bonnie enjoys spending free time with her daughter and family.
Leon M Fernando
Kathleen Anne Fex
Brad was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, a place where there were 10 months of good sledding and 2 months of not so good sledding. His career began in 1982 at E. Andrychuk Funeral Home in a farming community not far away from where his parents grew up in Kamsack, Saskatchewan, pop. 3,000. After graduating in 1985, Brad returned to Winnipeg and served with A.S. Bardal Funeral Home for a short time. He moved to Chilliwack, British Columbia, on the West Coast in 1987, where he thoroughly enjoyed the mild winters.
While living in Chilliwack, Brad connected with the family-operated Armstrong Co. in Vancouver, serving first at Bell Funeral Home on Hastings before transferring to Roselawn Funeral Home at Broadway and Commercial. With a commute of over an hour each way, he spent only a short time there. He joined another family-operated company, First Memorial in North Vancouver, British Columbia, where he served a larger volume of families. In 1991, Brad joined a firm close to home in Chilliwack. He served with Henderson's funeral homes in Chilliwack and Abbotsford until 1997. He moved on to serve at Woodlawn Funeral Home, supporting its offices in Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack, before transferring back to Henderson's Funeral Home in Chilliwack in 2009.
Brad enjoys cycling, old timers ice hockey, hiking in winter and summer, kayaking and serving the community. He has been married for more than three decades and has a son, daughter and son-in-law.
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