Business Manager, Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer
Kim has been with MacLean's Funeral Home since 2013, starting first as a funeral attendant and continuing her education at Mount Royal University to become a licensed Funeral Director in 2015 and a licensed Embalmer in 2019. In the fall of 2019 Kim became the Business Manager in addition to her other duties.
Kim has a passion for helping families in need, and enjoys serving the community through the funeral home as well as various community groups.
Pam was part of the funeral home family in 2003 to 2008 as a funeral director before life had a change of course for her.
But the calling to be in this industry was always in her heart. In 2017 Pam rejoined the funeral home as a Funeral Attendant. She is happy to be back helping families in their time of need.
Kevin joined MacLean's Funeral Home in 2011 as a Funeral Attendant. In his spare time Kevin enjoys farming in the Oyen area.
James began as a Funeral Attendant at MacLean's Funeral Home in 2017. He assists with many items behind the scenes to help keep the funeral home going. James is involved in community groups and is a Town Councillor for Oyen.
Conny spent many years working at the treasury branch and Big Country Hospital, before changing careers a bit and started at Rocky Mountain. Conny felt the need to help people and joined MacLean's Funeral Home in 2016.
Christie has always had a want to do something else and be a part of something special. In mid-2019 she joined MacLean's Funeral Home as an Attendant, and looks forward to being able to help serve all our families now and in the future.
Ken began with MacLean's Funeral Home in 1991 as a Funeral Attendant and Driver. In recent years he has taken a step back but assists with driving and answering phones as needed.
Bonnie has been with the funeral home since 1987. She is a celebrant and has done many funeral services for families.
Daena joined MacLean's Funeral Home as a Funeral Attendant in 2019. Daena helps with many things behind the scenes to ensure families are taken care of.