Staff members of Jamieson's Funeral Service Willmor Chapel are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of the utmost importance to our staff.
Moray is a second generation funeral director, following in his father's footsteps, Bill Jamieson. Moray has been active in funeral service for 33 years, receiving his embalmers licence while employed Brockie Donovan in Brandon & his funeral directors licence with his father. Moray & his wife Arlie & children Dayna & Turner moved to Kamloops B.C. and was employed with Schoening Funeral Service for a few years, before returning to Glenboro. In 1999, ground was broke for a new funeral home facility, and in April 2000 the chapel was dedicated "Willmor Chapel" in memory of Bill.Moray served two terms on the Manitoba Funeral Directors Association & still a member as well as the Funeral Service Association of Canada. He has been active on the Glenboro-South Cypress Fire Dept. for 29 years, & is extensively involved in numerous community groups & organizations in Glenboro & surrounding communities. His enjoyments are outdoor sports activities, his family & friends and his involvment in his work.
Office Business Manager
Arlie married Moray in December 1982 and has been a very important part of his life & the operation of the funeral home. Arlie was born in Argyle MB, received her education at Argyle & Stonewall & entered into secondary business education in Winnipeg. She was employed with a corporate advertising agency before moving to Glenboro. Arlie has been employed with the Glenboro Health Facility for the past 20 years as well as managers the accounting at the office.
Gerry & his wife Yvonne live at Cypress River & Gerry has been a valuable staff member with Jamieson's for over 10 years. Gerry is a retired farmer, but is involved extensively in community affairs and was a counselor in the R.M. of Lorne for 15 years. Gerry enjoys the "art of a good conversation," traveling & spending time with his children & grandchildren.