Michelle was inspired to enter funeral services after the loss of her 3-year-old daughter to cancer and is committed to serving each family she encounters with the same respect and care that she experienced at that time. Michelle joined the Dignity Memorial network in 2015, after graduating from Humber College and becoming a licensed funeral director. Born and raised in Toronto, she loves serving the community where she grew up.
When she is not at work, Michelle teaches nursery school at her church and spends time with her partner and their children at their tiny cottage in Coboconk.
Originally from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Kenton entered funeral service as a result of his mother’s death when he was a teenager. He truly enjoys creating meaningful and memorable funeral services that reflect unique lives.
Kenton completed his internship in Brantford and received his funeral director’s license in 2012. He previously worked in Peterborough and Ottawa.
Kenton loves music, photography, and theatre. When he is not working, he enjoys the outdoors and time with family and friends.
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