Norman has been in funeral service since 1988 and has proudly served Lower Mainland families since 1994. He has managed Mount Pleasant Universal Funeral Home since 2007. Norman is proud to be a part of our team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life.
He is a proud supporter of the Hellenic Community of Vancouver and a number of Chinese associations. Norman enjoys his time off with family and friends while taking advantage of the many outdoor activities that Vancouver offers.
Kaz's calm demeanor and pleasant personality allow him to focus his attention and give comfort to those in need.
After 2 years of teaching English in South Korea, Kaz Montgomery wanted to help people in a different capacity: funeral services with compassion. Kaz embarked on an apprenticeship program to become a funeral director and embalmer. Ever since, Kaz has been honored to help people with a professional and human-to-human approach to his work.
Kaz is married and has a son. His hobbies include traveling and playing hockey. He loves the following quote from Shakespeare in Richard III: “No beast so fierce but knows some touch of pity. But I know none, and therefore am no beast.”
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