Proudly serving Thunder Bay and the surrounding region, Jenkens Funeral Home will help you customize your arrangements, while respecting your faith, taste and budget. You can feel confident putting your trust in our compassionate professionals.
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. As well, we are happy to provide the use of our spacious Community Room at no charge for local non-profit meetings. Call for details.
Cory was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario. He obtained his funeral directors license in 2006 and has had the privilege of serving families with Arbor for over 14 years.
Jay was born and raised in Ajax, Ontario. He has lived in Toronto, the GTA and Northumberland County. He is an avid hockey fan and music lover. Jay obtained his funeral directors license with honours in 2004. He started his career with Arbor the same year. He has had the privilege of serving families of many different cultures and religions for over 18 years. Jay recently moved to Thunder Bay with his wife and son, and they are enjoying their new community. He also has a daughter who is a nurse.
Michael was born and raised in Nipigon, Ontario and has been serving families for over 30 years as a licensed Funeral Director. He is former local Board member of Bereaved Families of Ontario. Michael is Finnish speaking.
Rachel was born and raised in Neebing. She joined Arbor in 2012 and has been a licensed funeral director since 2015 working at Jenkens and Harbourview Funeral Homes. Rachel enjoys the outdoors.
Janice has resided in Thunder Bay since 1985. She joined Arbor in October 1999 as office administrator at Jenkens Funeral Home. Janice enjoys spending summers at the lake with family and friends.
Tawny was born in Thunder Bay, raised in Red Rock/Nipigon. She is a graduate of Multimedia Productions at Confederation College (2011). In her spare time, she enjoys the indigenous art of beading, learning her culture and spending time with her family.
Giovanna is the former owner of La Dolce Vita. She has 35+ years of baking and cooking experience. She is a member of Ladies of the Italian Hall and CWL of St. Anthony’s Church.
Felicia has over 20 years of experience working in the food industry. She is a parishioner at St. Anthony’s Church, a member of C.W.L. and the Italian Cultural Centre Women’s League.
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Jeffrey was born and raised in Nipigon, Ontario. He has over 30 years of service to families in the funeral Industry. He is a member of the Thunder Bay Italian Society.
Craig is the former owner/operator of Mt. Baldy. He spent 12 years in New Zealand and moved on to coaching the Women’s National Alpine Ski Team. Craig was inducted into NW Sports Hall of Fame in 1996.
Maurice moved to Thunder Bay in 1979 and was in the fashion and hair business for 40 years. Maurice loves camping and the outdoors. He has been with Arbor for two years.
Mary-Anne was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She served many years in the Food Industry. Mary-Anne enjoys volunteering her time at local retirement Facilities.
Karen was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She is married with 2 daughters. Karen enjoys reading, hiking, pilates, volunteering her time and spending time with family and friends.
Sherry was born in St. John’s, Newfoundland. She graduated from Jackson Walsh Memorial High in Western Bay. Sherry has 25 years customer service experience.
Michelle was born and raised in Northern Ontario. She retired from Ontario Provincial Police after 30 years of service as Dispatcher & 911 Operator. Michelle is a mother of 3 and a grandmother of 2.
Johnna graduated from Confederation College in 1998. She is a registered dental hygienist. Johnna enjoys family vacations, baking and gardening.
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