Stewart Simpson, Owner/Managing Funeral Director
Stewart has been a licensed funeral director since 1994 when he graduated from Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology, Funeral Service Education Program. After completing his apprenticeship at Williams Funeral Home in St. Thomas, Stewart worked as a licensed director at the Davey Linklater Funeral Home in Kincardine for 6 years. Along with his wife Brenda, they moved to Listowel in 2000 and purchased the Brown Funeral Home. In 2006, Stewart and Brenda made the move to Wiarton and purchased the George Funeral Home, along with the Lion's Head Chapel. He is active in the community as a member of the Wiarton Rotary Club, Cedar Lodge Masons and Royal Canadian Legion Branch #208 as well as being past-president of the Georgian Bay Funeral Service Association. Stewart enjoys soccer, golf, curling and fishing.
Brenda Simpson, Owner/Administrator/Funeral Associate
Brenda was raised on a farm outside Listowel and attended Listowel District High School. She graduated from Fanshawe College and worked as a legal assistant in London until moving to Kincardine. While in Kincardine, Brenda worked for Bruce Nuclear Power Development. When she and Stewart moved to Listowel to purchase the Brown Funeral Home, she continued employment with Hydro One while also taking an active role in the operation of the funeral home. Brenda's wish to devote her time to the funeral business necessitated the move to Wiarton in 2006 and she and Stewart purchased the George Funeral Home along with the Chapel in Lion's Head. As well as working in the operation of the funeral home, Brenda is active with the Wiarton Curling Club and St. Paul's Presbyterian Church.
Steve Rogers, Funeral Director
Steve was raised near Fergus, Ontario and moved to the peninsula in 1984. From 1990-2010, Steve owned and operated Steve Rogers Small Engine Repair in Ferndale. Steve married his wife Donna in 1992 and has raised 3 children. He has successfully completed the Funeral Service Education Program at Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology graduating, with honours, in June, 2012. In his spare time, Steve enjoys camping and fishing.