475 Market Ave.

Grand Forks, BC

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Learn More about the History of the Grand Forks Funeral Home

Serving the Grand Forks Community with Dignity & Respect Since 2006

At the Grand Forks Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, the foundation of the business is dignity and respect. Family-owned and -operated since 2006 by Everett and Deborah Baker with the assistance of their children, they take immense pride in being able to serve local Grand Forks families during their most difficult times. Often times, they're among the first on the scene and they get great joy out of helping and comforting others.

Feel Free to Share Your Feelings about Our Services

We would like to thank all of the families who have shared their feelings about our funeral services with us over the years. Your feedback is a precious reward because it motivates us to strive for the best results with every family we serve. Should you ever have any questions, comments or concerns, you may contact us via phone, fax or email, and we promise to return your inquiries in as timely a manner as possible. You may also visit our FAQ section or view our grief resources for more information.

A History of Funeral Services in Grand Forks

1899 – Will Davis and White

1901 – F.E. Cooper (Undertaker & Embalmer on Bridge St.)

1924 – Miller and Gardner

1937 – Manley and Miller (also Hardware & Furniture Merchants)

1950s – F.J. Miller (Funeral Director)

1955 – Manleys Funeral Chapel

1960-1973 – Anderson Doc Halliday/Halliday Funeral Home

1973-1986 – John Hammond/Hammond Funeral Service

1986-2006 – Leroy and Sharon Toews/Toews Funeral Home

2006-Present – Everett and Deborah Baker/Grand Forks Funeral Home

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