Greg became location manager at Markey-Dermody Funeral Home in 2014 after spending 20 years as a funeral director and location manager at 3 other funeral homes.
An involved member of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Greg belongs to Barton Lodge No. 6, North Star Lodge No. 322, Windsor Lodge of Perfection, Windsor Chapter of Rose Croix and Moore Sovereign Consistory 32nd degree. He is a past master of Harmony Masonic Lodge No. 579. In addition, he has long been a member of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Greg and his wife live in Stoney Creek. When he’s not working, he enjoys travelling, walking his dogs in Confederation Park and playing golf.
D'André Leslie was born and raised on Hamilton Mountain and is of Jamaican descent. A licensed funeral director since 2017, D'André finds great fulfillment in guiding families through one of the most personal times in life. He is an active member of ACTS Community Worship Centre at The Living Rock, enjoys traveling to new places and participating in fundraising events.
Tyler Matthew Sumak
A radio broadcasting graduate of Fanshawe College, Tyler Sumak grew up in Burlington, Ontario, and was a musician for many years before shifting into funeral service. He obtained his funeral director’s license in 2011. Tyler is a past board member of Bereaved Families of Ontario South Central Region and lives in Stoney Creek with his wife and three daughters.
Jenny Lee Young
Jenny Lee Young began her funeral service career assisting families with planning funeral arrangements in advance. Throughout her tenure, she has worked in various capacities of the funeral industry but realized her desire to assist families during their time of need. Outside of work, Jenny enjoys spending time with her two children.
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