Our Staff

Our dedicated and supportive staff are here to guide you through this difficult journey. We take pride in doing our absolute best to ensure your needs are met.


 

David Eagles
 
David was born and brought up in the funeral service.Being the son of a funeral director, he lived at the funeral home until age 13, eventually moving across the street. After his studies and provincial examinations, David received his diploma for Funeral Director and Embalmer in the early 1980s.
 David and wife Sylvia reside in Westville.



Art Eagles

Art grew up in the funeral business as well. With his father being a funeral director,  Art lived at the funeral home until age 12 and then moving to a seperate residence across the street. After graduating from Westville High School,  he entered his studies for funeral directing and embalming and received his diplomas in 1978. Art's wife Bonny, also works at  the Funeral Home as secretary.
 Art, and Bonny  reside in Westville. 



Gordie Chenell
            
Gordie, (son of Mary and Jim Chenell of Loch Broom), always had an interest in the funeral profession. Graduating from West Pictou in 1998 and Holland College, PE in 2002 with his primary care paramedic diploma, he began his career as a paramedic and continues to work for Emergency Health Services in Pictou County. In 2013, Gordie graduated with his Funeral Directors and Embalmers diplomas from NSCC. Gordie and wife Shawna, (daughter of Sharon and Dr. Chris Elliott of New Glasgow), reside in Westville with their son. Gordie enjoys spending time with his family, the outdoors and volunteering his free time (20 years and counting) with the Alma Fire Department.


Our mission is to render the best quality service possible, warmly and professionally, to those who allow us the privilege and honor of serving their needs. We serve all our families with respect, dignity and understanding 
                                          ~ David, Art and Gordie