Joe and Kimberly Coffey purchased Andrychuk Funeral Home in 2009 and also own and operate Sneath-Strilchuk Funeral Home in Roblin. They live on a small cattle farm East of Togo and enjoy the country lifestyle.
Joe grew up on a farm in Ethelbert, MB and completed his high school at St. Vladimir's College in Roblin. After studying philosophy and theology for the priesthood with the Basilian Fathers he went on to answer a vocation to funeral service. After working for a large company in Winnipeg and earning his professional designations he became the owner and president of the Canadian College of Funeral Service, training funeral directors and embalmers across the country.
In search of a quieter lifestyle, Joe brought his young family back to his roots, the Manitoba countryside between Roblin and Kamsack. Joe and Kimberly, along with their team of family care professionals, enjoy serving the people of this area and are grateful to the many families who place their trust in them.
Manager / Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer
Reg grew up
just outside of Fredericton, New Brunswick.In 1988 he moved to Edmonton where he met and married his wife
Krista.They moved to British Columbia
in 1990 where Reg volunteered for the local search and rescue/auto extraction
group, this eventually led to him getting involved with the BC Coroner’s
Service and the local funeral home.This
is where he discovered his passion for helping families in their time of need.In 2001 Reg, Krista and their three children
moved to Kamsack.He started working at
Andrychuk Funeral Home shortly thereafter and went on to obtain his funeral
directors and embalmers licences through the Canadian College of Funeral
Service.Reg’s passion for learning
about and understanding the many religious and cultural practices was
recognized by the faculty of the college and he was awarded the Sir Thomas
his work and serving others.When he is
not working he loves spending time in Kamsack with his family which has grown
to include a son-in-law, daughter-in-law and three grandchildren.