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|Holly Prince-Jensen, Licensed Funeral Director / Manager|
Holly is the youngest of five children born to Albert and Yvonne (Bonnie) Prince. She was born and raised in north St.Catharines and graduated from Grantham High School later attending and graduating from Humber College Funeral Service Education Program. Holly started working in the funeral business in 1991. She has helped many families over the years with pre-planning, immediate need, estate settlement and grief facilitation. Holly is married to Fred Hennen and is the proud mother of Austin Jensen. She enjoys time with her family, friends and her two dogs, Woody and Peanut. She especially enjoys giving back to her community through her volunteer work as a member and past president of The Niagara Peninsula Ladies Shrine club, past board of director with Women’s Place of Niagara, and working with the Night Out Of The Cold Program and she’s a founding member of The Niagara Senior Service Network. Holly is proud to serve her community as a licensed funeral director and help people through the most difficult decision process they will ever have to make.
|Bruce Keating McClelland, Licensed Funeral Director|
Born & raised in the north end near Bunting Road & Carlton Street. The only child of Howard and Nancy (nee Keating) McClelland. Bruce attended Carleton Park Public School and St. Catharines Collegiate prior to graduating from the Funeral Service Education Program at Humber College in Etobicoke. He played hockey in the Spartan organization for nine years then in the Merritton Athletic Association (MAA) for another six years. Bruce was very involved with volunteering, from the ages of 12-19, with an organization now called Community Living with their dances, swimming, bowling, soccer floor hockey and summer day camp programs. Bruce is married to Denise (nee Leblanc). Upon completion of education at Humber College Bruce moved the Peterborough to pursue employment and returned to St. Catharines in the summer of 2016 to be closer to family. While in Peterborough Bruce was involved with coaching and organization of The Kinsmen Minor Football League (KMFL) for many years. Bruce is very proud of the ability to serve families’ needs as he has since starting in funeral service in 1994.