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First in Service, Value & Family
All of our licensed directors adhere to the highest standard of ethical practices and are committed to ensuring that all of your needs are attended to. Their commitment to the community and genuine compassion toward families are but a few of the characteristics that make them outstanding in their field. We are proud to have them on our staff.
|G Ernest Morgan, CFSP, President|
A third generation funeral director, Ernie has been a managing director with Morgan Funeral Homes (Morse & Son Chapel) since 1990. Born in Toronto and raised in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ernie moved to Niagara Falls in 1971. He started working full-time as an intern at the funeral home in 1977 and graduated with honours from Humber College's Funeral Services Education Program in 1978.
|Alain Gignac, Managing Director|
Alain started with Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes during his internship in May 1997. Upon graduating and licensing in 1998, he has stayed on as a full time director and became Managing Funeral Director in May 2012. Alain is member of the Niagara District Funeral Service Association, Ontario Funeral Service Association, and the Funeral Service Association of Canada.
|Lindsay Taddeo, Funeral Director|
A Niagara Falls native, Lindsay spent two semesters as a Westlane High School cooperative student and part-time receptionist with Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes, before going on to Humber College for Funeral Service Education. After completing her internship with the J.J.Patterson & Sons Funeral Residence, located in Welland, Lindsay returned to Morgan Funeral Homes in May 2003, as a licensed funeral director after passing the Ontario Board of Funeral Services licensing exam with honours. Lindsay is currently Treasurer of the Niagara District Funeral Service Association.
|Kristin (Snider) Paterson, Funeral Director|
A Chippawa native, Kristin joined Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes on July 1st, 2002, having completed her internship with the J.J. Patterson & Sons Funeral Residence, in Welland. She currently lives in Chippawa with her husband, Andrew, where she has a family heritage with Sacred Heart R.C. Church. An avid singer, Kristin was a swimming instructor with the Niagara Falls Y.M.C.A. before pursuing her career in funeral service. She currently serves on the Board of the Niagara District Funeral Service Association.
|Jocelynn Rodgers, Funeral Director|
Born in Quebec and raised in Amherstburg, On, Jocelynn completed her funeral service internship in Toronto and moved to Niagara Falls in 1990 to join Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes for 7 years of service. She then ventured out working as a funeral director in St. Catharines, Hamilton and more recently in the local area, prior to returning to Morse & Son in May 2010.
|Brittany Morgan, Funeral Director|
A Niagara Falls native, Brittany entered Funeral Service as a fourth generation member of the Morgan family. She spent a semester as an A.N. Myer Secondary School cooperative student with Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes, and then returned for more than a year as a funeral director assistant. Brittany then entered the Funeral Service Education program at Humber College. Graduating in 2014, she earned honours during her second semester, and became a licensed funeral director. As a youth, Brittany was an avid swimmer, having achieved Bronze Star, and now enjoys being an active member of YMCA.
|Bryce Giroux, Funeral Director|
Bryce, a native of Niagara, has recently obtained his Ontario Funeral License and has joined the Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes team. He graduated from West Park Secondary with honours in 2009 and is a Niagara College and Humber College Alumni. Bryce ventured to Toronto to complete his internship, however is happy to be back in his home town. Bryce has volunteered with various organizations, such as The Concord Soccer Club, The Niagara Regional Minor Football Association and more recently, Habitat for Humanity.
|Peter Denys, Funeral Director|
Graduating in 1981, Peter spent all but a few years as a funeral director in the Niagara Region, joining Morse & Son and Morgan Funeral Homes in January 2013. He recently relocated to his hometown of St. Catharines from Gravenhurst with his dog Sash.