Proudly serving the Winnipeg area since 1951, Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home Cemetery will help you customize your arrangements, while respecting your faith, taste and budget. You can feel confident putting your trust in our compassionate professionals.
Our 89 acres are dotted with mature trees, benches, colourful flower gardens and soothing ponds, creating a peaceful atmosphere for loved ones to gather and reminisce. Our funeral home, built in 1983, adds the convenience of making all your arrangements at one location.
We are proud to be a part of this community. Our helpful, dedicated staff are passionate about supporting families, local associations, religious organizations and cultural groups, and we are honoured to host a series of free memorial events throughout the year.
Perry has been with Arbor since 1994. He is a member of the Winnipeg Executive Association and a member of the Deer Lodge Centre Foundation Board.
Naomi joined Arbor in 2002. She enjoys working with Palliative MB to bring grief support events to families in the community and serves on the board of directors of the Funeral Association of Canada.
Stefan is originally from northern Manitoba. He moved to Winnipeg and started his career in funeral service in 2009. Stefan has been with Chapel Lawn Funeral Home since 2017.
Cara started with Arbor in 2015 and became a licensed funeral director in 2016. She serves the families of HRM, Nova Scotia and Winnipeg, MB. Cara is a Military wife.
Jenny has been a funeral director with Chapel Lawn since 2008. She is the secretary of the Rotary Club of Winnipeg-Assiniboine.
Edward has been with Arbor since 2011. He loves anything to do with the outdoors and enjoys hockey and baseball.
Megan began with Chapel Lawn in 2012 where she filled various roles in the funeral home. Megan then completed her schooling through The Canadian College of Funeral Service to achieve her license.
Katarina started with Arbor as an office administrator in October of 2018. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (Honours) and over four years of administrative experience.
Arbor Memorial Inc. (“Arbor”) is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. We are committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities by preventing barriers to accessibility and meeting the accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”) and the Accessibility for Manitobans Act (“AMA”).
Cemetery By-laws are the rules and regulations that govern the operation of the cemetery to help ensure its preservation and proper operation. They reflect accepted principles of cemetery management and our experience of over sixty years.