Our staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time.
Nick has been serving families in Winnipeg and surrounding areas for over 30 years, and has experience in dealing with all cultures and beliefs.
Nick has been a resident of Winnipeg his whole life. In spare time he enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Two years ago I signed on with Eternal Grace Funerals as the networking and liaison representative. I feel that death is a very big part of "The Village" and would like to help provide indigenous honour and ceremony at that crucial devastating time. I am glad to work at Eternal Grace because we reflect many of my values; treating everyone with dignity and respect, to us everyone matters.
How we treat our dead is a defining trait of humanity. Every people on earth has their own rituals for death. We go to great lengths to honour them in their time of death and revere and remember them for the rest of our lives.
Eternal Grace does everything they can to make sure everything is taken care of, and they offer full support for Aboriginal traditions. Your are welcome to smudge onsite and spend extra time with loved one if you choose.
We have room for a feast and you are welcome to personalize the ceremony in order to make it your own.
Computer Technician/Network Support
I have had the opportunity to work with Eternal Grace Funerals as a Computer Technician/Network Support since December 26, 2016. I also have a food handler's certificate which allows me to help with services during the evening preparing food and assisting family with their needs as they arise.
Working here has given me a better insight/understanding of loss and grieving for loved ones'. Which is something we all go through during our lifetime. We will eventually go through the same process ourselves. Meeting our maker when our time comes.
Don't live your life with regrets accept what has happened, Things have a way of working out. In life we have made mistakes, we cannot go back to change those mistakes, but we can become better individuals by learning from those mistakes. Just a word of advice before I close my write-up.