was born and raised in Hamiota, Manitoba.
Bryce found his calling in his teen years to commit his life to serving
families during their grief. Bryce serves his families with care and
compassion. Bryce has been fortunate to
serve families with a great team of professionals since he began with The 110
group in 1998. Bryce is a certified Funeral Director and Embalmer in both
Manitoba and Saskatchewan. He began his
training in 2004 through the Western School of Funeral Service and graduated with
honours. During their spare time, Bryce & Michelle enjoy spending time with
their daughters Michaela and Évangéline, as well as having quality time with family
Klassen realized his passion for the funeral service at a family funeral. He observed the care of the funeral director
and decided then and there to pursue a career in funeral service.
well as being a licenced Funeral Director and Embalmer in both Manitoba and
Saskatchewan, David holds a degree in music and counselling.David worked with and was mentored by Perry
Bulbuck for more than 27 years, before Perry’s unexpected death.
David is a member of the Funeral Board of Manitoba. He enjoys volunteering on various committees and at community events. He and his wife Melissa are members of the Russell Alliance Church. They have 4 children and 6 grandchildren. He has many other interests revolving around
music and sports. David enjoys spending time
with his family and friends.
As a young
man, Rick Thom was impacted by the death of his mother and wanted to be able to
assist others as they went through the grief process. The memories he carries
on how his family was assisted when his mother passed away still gives him
reason to minister into the lives of the families he serves.Rick has heart for the people he serves and
listens to the families as they share their stories.He strives to assist them in planning a
funeral that will honour the life of their loved one.
working with Braendle-Bruce Funeral Service in 1977, is a licensed Funeral
Director and Embalmer, having graduated from the Western School of Mortuary
Practice.Rick has also completed
numerous continuing education courses to better support the families he serves.
his wife Wendy, who is the pastor of the Shoal Lake Baptist Church, have
resided in Shoal Lake since 1988 and have two married sons and have three grandchildren whom they love to spend time with.
Joyce is originally from Frankford, Ontario and has lived in many places including Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories before arriving in Saskatchewan.
Joyce is a Library Technician and a Family Literacy Facilitator who joined the 110 Team in 2016.
As an avid quilter, Joyce enjoys sharing this art with those around her. She has volunteered for a broad assortment of organizations over the years and currently volunteers with Quilts of Valour Canada and Saskatchewan Angel Dresses.
Devona was raised on a farm near Churchbridge, Saskatchewan. She has her Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan and her Master of Educational Administration from the University of Regina. Devona is also an End of Life Doula. She has worked and taught in Mongolia and India through the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, as well as in Saskatchewan, most recently in Moosomin.
Devona joined the 110 Team in April 2019. In her spare time she enjoys to travel, garden, golf and bake. She is a Rough Rider season ticket holder and wears green proudly!
Devona serves on the provincial Superannuated Teachers' of Saskatchewan Executive as a member at larger, as well as serving as president of the Moosomin Chapter.
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We believe the funeral service is important and vital to the grief healing process. We are committed to supporting the health and well-being of the families we serve, the community and our staff.
During this time we want to assure our families that we will remain open and available to meet families. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and by alternative means such as phone, text, email and video conferencing.
All services, currently scheduled will proceed in accordance with suggested provincial and federal government guidelines of gatherings up to 10 people, unless a family requests to re-schedule a service. We understand and anticipate attendance at services will diminish. To aid in social distancing, we are offering live stream services at locations based on their internet capabilities. As well, we will be recording and uploading services to our website with the permission of the family to make the services accessible for those who are unable to attend. We will be providing closed circuit television for seating in lower auditoriums of facilities or separate rooms if necessary to distance attendees, or if necessary, audio outdoors for attendees to listen to the service.
Society is fully aware of the need for extreme measures of caution in gathering. The spread of infection is high. We encourage everyone to follow the guidelines in regard to washing your hands frequently and avoid touching your face. We support these efforts and want to remind everyone to make use of our website to offer condolences and to communicate to the family.
In addition to our high standards of cleanliness and safety, we are taking extra precautions to sanitize and disinfect our facilities, areas of workspace and areas that experience high traffic and hands on use such as doorknobs, taps, washrooms, desks, computers etc.
We will continue to monitor and adhere to CDC guidelines, along with the up to date recommendations of our Federal and Provincial Health officials and do our best to share the information.