Associates

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    Kevin Charles Lewis

    General Manager

    Kevin was born and raised in Fredericton, New Brunswick. After spending time helping out at a local funeral home in high school, he decided to pursue a career in funeral services and graduated from Kingstec in Kentville, Nova Scotia, in 1998. Kevin began his career in New Brunswick, working in many funeral homes throughout the province. In 2001 an opportunity brought him to British Columbia and landed him first in Trail and then in Victoria. Throughout his career Kevin has been honoured to serve thousands of families and his ongoing passion continues; providing compassionate, personalized service to every family he meets. Kevin is always amazed at the creativity and ideas of each family and finds it rewarding to make those ideas reality in each planned service. When Kevin is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters and their dog, Chloe. Throughout the year you may see Kevin around town at the hockey rink or attending dance performances, cheering on his daughters. When they find time, Kevin and his family enjoy camping, spending time outdoors and traveling to explore new places.

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    David Nicholas Williamson

    Manager

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    Victoria Diewert

    Funeral Director

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    Kristine Josiane Ethier

    Funeral Director

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    Jade Cody Simms

    Funeral Director

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    Erik Albert Oakley

    Funeral Director

    Originally from the coastal community of Nanaimo, Erik moved to the beautiful vibrant city of Victoria where he continues his studies with the Canadian College of Funeral Services. After attending the memorial service of a lost friend, Erik discovered the value of celebrating a life well lived. He is inspired by Mahatma Gandhi, who said, "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." Erik's professional growth is developed with the everlasting memories he creates with community families.