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.
Owner / Managing Funeral Director
Bob began his career in the Funeral Profession in 1998 at G.F. Oliver Funeral Chapel, and has served the Creston Valley as a Funeral Director and Embalmer ever since.
Bob took on the role of General Manager in 2016, and in 2021 was given the opportunity to purchase the funeral home with his family.
Bob has a passion for his work at the funeral home and within the community. He enjoys serving others, and is proud to provide professional and meaningful service along side his family.
Bob is an active member of his church, enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, competing in triathlons, and working on the family farm.
Licensed Funeral Director / Embalmer
Jenna was born and raised in the Creston Valley, and graduated from Prince Charles Secondary School (now Kootenay River Secondary School) in 2018. Shortly after graduation, Jenna started at G.F. Oliver Funeral Chapel and decided to pursue a career as a Funeral Director and Embalmer the following year. She gained her education from the Canadian College of Funeral Service and became fully licensed following her graduation in 2021. Not only is she a second-generation Funeral Director and Embalmer, but she is also one of the youngest fully licensed Funeral Director’s and Embalmer’s in Canada.
Jenna has a passion for serving others and serves the families within our community by guiding them through the most difficult time of their lives as a compassionate and empathetic Funeral Director.
Jenna feels honoured to serve the community that she was raised in and is thankful that she is able to provide such a meaningful service to others.
Assistant Office Manager
Dayna was born and raised in Creston, B.C., and graduated from Prince Charles Secondary School (now Kootenay River Secondary School). Following graduation, Dayna worked as an Auto Body and Refinishing Technician before pursuing a career with the Canadian Pacific Railway.
After the Leduc family purchased G.F. Oliver Funeral Chapel in December 2021, Dayna decided to join the family business so he could work locally and spend more time with his wife and son.
Dayna has enjoyed his time helping serve our community and says "I love having the families we serve feel like family. I want them to feel safe, cared for, and for them to know we are here for them every step of the way."
Dayna has plans to attend the Canadian College of Funeral Service in the new year to gain his Funeral Director's license.