Proudly serving Whitby and the surrounding area , Mount Lawn 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 78 acres of manicured gardens, informal native plantings and the untouched beauty of Corbett Creek's protected marshland creates a peaceful atmosphere to gather and reminisce. Our Funeral Home, built in 2006, 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.
Funeral Home Staff
Randy has been with Arbor since 1994. He is a member of Mount Zion Masonic Lodge, Oshawa & District Shrine Club, and a council member with ProAction Cops & Kids, Durham.
Kim is a proud employee with Arbor since 1993. She has had the pleasure of working in Toronto, Scarborough and Durham Region. Kim is devoted in providing compassionate customer service and assisting families in creating meaningful ceremonies.
Amy has been licensed since 2003. She joined Arbor in 2010. She loves all areas of funeral service. Amy is dedicated to helping families through the most difficult time in their lives.
Scott has been with Arbor for 7 years. He began his career at O’Neill Funeral Home, Stouffville and transferred to the great group at Mount Lawn Funeral Home & Cemetery in 2018. Scott obtained both his funeral director licence and crematorium operator’s license. Hobbies that he enjoys are golf, long drives in his 67’ Malibu and he is a dog enthusiast. He enjoys walks with his 2 beloved dogs a Newfoundland and a Bernese Mountain dog.
Erica Bekkevold graduated Humber College in 2005 becoming a licenced funeral director. Erica has been working with Arbor Memorial for 13 years. She grew up in the Durham Region area.
Aundrea Howell has been a licenced funeral director since 1999, born and raised in Goderich. She joined Arbor Memorial Inc. 2003. Aundrea resides in Whitby with her husband and daughter and is proud to serve her community. She is a proud supporter of Durham Attack Volleyball club and is a long-time parishioner at Holy Family Parish, Whitby.
Mallory was born and raised in Hamilton Ontario and has been with Arbor Memorial since 2015. She moved to the Durham Region in 2017 with her husband and since then, they have welcomed 2 sons. She was active in the theatre community and hopes to become involved in the Durham Theatre Community soon.
Carley started with Arbor in 2016 as an Intern Funeral Director. After graduating the Funeral Directing & Embalming Program at Humber College with Honours in 2017 she has been proudly serving families as a Funeral Director in Toronto, York and Durham Region. Carley takes great pride in the Funeral Industry and devotes her working life to helping families through their most difficult time.
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As part of our commitment, we strive to achieve barrier-free accessibility at all Arbor locations nationally.
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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.