It is not always possible to pay respects in person, so we hope that this small token will help.
Offer a gift of comfort and beauty to a family suffering from loss.
A gift to your family, sparing them hard decisions at an emotional time.
The Saamis Memorial Funeral Chapel and Crematorium has the strongest professional affiliations we have ever been involved with. This mandate has provided us with an association of trustworthy forward-thinking funeral directors who are as committed to consumers' needs as they are families' needs. This unique blend has shifted the focus back to service and value and the network synergism provides us with a daily advancement of service standards and experience resources to draw on.
Please feel free to visit their websites through the links below to learn more about these organizations.
The Alberta Funeral Service Association was organized September 24, 1928 in Red Deer, Alberta and incorporated on April 21, 1931. The first president was George E. Bowker of Ponoka and secretary of the meeting was Dr. J.C. Wainwright of Calgary. Eighty-three funeral directors were accepted into membership at that time. http://www.afsa.ca/
The Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board was established on December 1, 1992 under the Licensing of Trades and Businesses Act and the Funeral Services Business Licensing Regulation. http://www.afsrb.ab.ca
The International Order of the Golden Rule selects those outstanding funeral homes that have demonstrated their commitment to the funeral profession through dedicated service and a high awareness of the needs of their communities. http://ogr.org/index.php
FSAC represents Funeral Directors and Cemeteries in Canada as it strives to have Funeral Service seen as a values profession as an integrated part of the Canadian Society. http://www.fsac.ca