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Making cemetery and funeral arrangements in advance can bring great relief to your family and loved ones. Pre-planning also allows people to educate themselves on all the options related to cremation/casket burial and funerals and ensure a well-informed decision without the need for urgency. Read more here from Arbor Memorial professionals.
Rocco Carnevale, Pre-Planning Director at Glendale Funeral Home and Cemetery, presented a cheque of $4,000 on behalf of Arbor Memorial Foundation to the Toronto District School Board. It was presented to the Associate Director of Learning Transformation and Equity, Mr. Audley Salmon, for the African Heritage (Black History Month) Committee for the “Know Your Worth Scholarship” fund. Please consider joining us to help.
While this year's Valentine's Day has come and gone, knowing your partner's end-of-life wishes is important. Listen to Samantha Stokotelny, Branch Manager, Toll Funeral Home outlining data from consumer research, discussing the importance of pre-planning and how soon-to-be-married couples can incorporate it into their wedding planning.
Se souvenir des anciens combattants le jour du Souvenir Le 11 novembre, nous honorons et nous nous souvenons des anciens combattants qui se sont battus pour protéger nos libertés De notre part à tous à Arbor Memorial, nous exprimons nos remerciements Merci pour votre sacrifice Merci pour avoir aidé à assurer la sécurité du Canada
Remembering Veterans on Remembrance Day On November 11th, we honour and remember The veterans who fought to protect our freedoms From all of us at Arbor Memorial, we give our thanks Thank you for your sacrifice Thank you for helping to keep Canada safe
As part of the company’s 75th-anniversary celebration, Butler Funeral Home - Niagara Chapel and Arbor Memorial Foundation are pleased to donate $1,000 to Community Care of St. Catharines and Thorold as one of the charities. @communitycarest compassionately provides vital services and assistance to individuals and families that meet their basic needs and help bridge their journey to self-sufficiency since 1919. Please consider joining us to help.
Did you know? By 2050, nearly 2 million people living in Canada could be living with dementia. The Arbor Memorial Foundation is helping to change Canada’s dementia future. On September 9, Paul F Scanlan Jr & Charles Soroka met with the Alzheimer Society of Canada at Highland Memory Gardens to present a cheque for $75,000 in honour of Arbor’s 75th anniversary. Please consider joining us to help.
Congratulations to Oakview Funeral Home for being awarded the KPMG Small Business of the Year Award by The Oakville Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Oakville West. -------- Félicitations à Oakview Funeral Home pour avoir reçu le prix KPMG Small Business of the Year de la Chambre de commerce d'Oakville et du Rotary Club of Oakville West.
June is Pride month - a time dedicated to the uplifting of LGBTQ voices, celebration of LGBTQ culture and the support of LGBTQ rights. Here's an interesting video by ADP on what Pride month is and why June is a significant month in LGBTQ history. #Pride2022
June is National Indigenous History Month. It is a time for all Canadians to reflect on the unique histories, sacrifices, cultures, contributions, and strengths of our First Nations, Inuit, and Metis Peoples – because only by understanding our past can we hope to create a brighter future. Learn more here.
Buona festa a tutti! In June we recognize and pay homage to Italian culture through Italian Heritage Month. From east to west, Arbor not only serves many different Italian communities but is also proud to call many of Italian heritage part of the Arbor family. Learn more on some of the remarkable stories about love and sacrifice by The Quiet Immigrant Project.
75 years and still counting! Arbor Memorial is extremely proud to be marking our 75th anniversary this year. Our journey began with a vision to revitalize cemeteries – to create warmer and more welcoming experiences for families, and beautiful park-like settings for the community to enjoy. As we grew, so did our belief in Arbor Memorial’s role and opportunity to adapt and modernize the end-of-life experience in Canada. Read more from our Chairman, President & CEO.
Arbor Memorial est fière de figurer parmi les Sociétés les mieux gérées au Canada pour 2022. Avec cette désignation, nous soulignons le travail ardu, la résilience et la compassion de nos employés d’un océan à l’autre. Nous tenons aussi à remercier nos familles clientes pour la confiance qu’elles nous témoignent quand elles ont le plus grandement besoin de nous, ainsi que pour la planification de leurs arrangements préalables.
Arbor Memorial is proud to be recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 2022. With this designation, we celebrate the hard work, resilience and compassion of our employees from coast-to-coast. We would also like to thank the families we’re honoured to serve for placing their trust in us when they need us most, and when planning ahead.
Do you know what your partner’s end-of-life wishes are? CTV’s Bruce Frisko chats with Arbor Funeral Director Samantha Stokotelny about what you should know. Listen Here.
Lots of people have a will, but not everyone has a specific plan for their end-of life wishes. Understandably, it's a tough conversation to have. Funeral Director Samantha Stokotelny, CFSP joins CBC/Radio-Canada On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko to discuss the importance of pre-planning, and how families can broach the subject. Listen here.
Jim Panoff and Samantha Stokotelny of Arbor Memorial were so pleased to meet with Ken Singh from The Children's Grief Foundation of Canada and present a donation in the amount of $1000.00 to support children's bereavement in our communities. Please consider joining us to help.
La crise sans précédent liée au COVID-19 a eu des répercussions importantes dans tout le pays. Les banques alimentaires et autres services sociaux ont été de plus en plus sollicités dans les communautés du Canada. Veuillez envisager de vous joindre à nous pour aider cette saison des vacances. Ensemble nous pouvons faire la différence!
The unprecedented crisis of COVID-19 has had significant ramifications felt across our country. There has been an increased demand on food banks and other social services in communities throughout Canada. Please consider joining us to help this holiday season. Together we can make a difference!
The death of a loved one is exceptionally tough, and the work we do supporting families through those hard times is unique. For many, it’s not just a job, but a calling. Manager of Sands Funeral Chapel Victoria Laura Van Sprang explains "how" and "why" funeral service professionals do what they do via the Times Colonist.
As we celebrate the lives and memories of our departed loved ones, join us for a virtual memorial service of music, light and reflection on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, at 7:00 PM featuring a message of comfort from Dr. Bill Webster who will share some helpful suggestions with us on coping with the holidays.
This year Arbor will be hosting a number of virtual and in-person services, as we celebrate the lives and memories of our departed loved ones. Join us in memory of your loved one for a service of music, light and reflection. Learn More.
Today marks National Bereavement Day, an opportunity to recognize and reflect on lost loved ones, along with how the grieving process has been impacted by COVID-19. It’s also an occasion to learn how to address unresolved emotions in the hopes of supporting one another. Dodsworth & Brown Funeral Home - Ancaster Chapel Manager James Panoff discusses the importance of sharing your grief experience with loved ones via The Hamilton Spectator.
On November 11th, we honour and remember the veterans who fought to protect our freedom. From all of us at Arbor Memorial, we thank you for your sacrifice and for helping to keep Canada safe.
Le 11 novembre, nous honorons et commémorons les anciens combattants qui se sont battus pour protéger nos libertés. De la part de nous tous à Arbor Memorial, nous vous remercions de votre sacrifice et d'avoir aidé à assurer la sécurité du Canada.