Speers Funeral Chapel

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"Mr. George Speers purchased the undertaking business from the general merchants ""Marshall & Boyd,” and opened Speers Funeral Home on South Railway Street on April 1, 1907. Over the next two decades, the funeral home was moved to the seventeen hundred block of Hamilton Street and then to 1867 Rose Street. In 1962, the funeral chapel moved to its present location at 2136 College Avenue. Mr. Speers retired in the mid-nineteen fifties and the funeral chapel continued to operate under the management of Mrs. Speers and her brother Ray Sprowl. Due primarily to failing health, the funeral chapel was sold in 1980 to three long-time employees, Mr. Ron MacFarlane, Mr. Ron McEachern and Mr. Robert Hanson. In November of 2004, the funeral home was purchased by Todd Lumbard. Todd, his wife Kerry, and their three children, moved from Brandon to Regina and are actively involved in the community. Todd has been in funeral service for over 20 years; he and his brother Wade continue to own and operate Brockie Donovan Funeral Home in Brandon, and Cropo Funeral Home in Winnipeg in partnership with John Leggat. As the needs and wishes of families in Regina and area have changed, Speers Funeral Chapel has continually evolved to meet those needs. Speers offers complete cremation services and is a participating partner in Community Crematorium, located in the heart of the old Regina Cemetery. Speers Family Centre at 2333 Cornwall Street has been completely renovated and beautifully decorated for funeral receptions and services. Speers Funeral Chapel has been privileged to serve generations of families in Regina and southern Saskatchewan. We deeply appreciate the confidence and trust that has been placed in our people and in the service we have provided. Everyone at Speers is committed to providing exceptional service at a reasonable price. Throughout North America, Speers is recognized as a premier funeral service provider and is a member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, an invitation-only membership that is extended to only the best of the best. As the only privately owned, full service funeral chapel serving Regina and area for over a century, we look forward to the next millennium and will continue to provide services that families have come to expect and appreciate. We truly are hometown friends you can rely on."
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Recent Speers Funeral Chapel Obituaries:

CALLANDER, Leonard It is with profound sadness, that we announce the passing of our Dad, Papa, Great-Papa, and Friend. Len was born in Wolseley, SK and grew up on the farm until he and his siblings were moved into the...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 26, 2018
WEISGERBER, Margaret Cecile (née Mastel) Margaret, late of Regina, SK, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 with her family by her side. She was predeceased by her parents, Henry and Mary Mastel. Margaret...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 26, 2018
LAFONTAINE, Clarence Clarence LaFontaine passed away peacefully on Friday, April 20, 2018. He was predeceased by his parents Ernest LaFontaine, Olive and Albert Jackson and Dorothy Pelliter-Gunville; his son Ian and...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 25, 2018
BUREAU, Tracey Leon was born February 13, 1963 in Regina, Saskatchewan, and passed away April 17, 2018. Tracey was predeceased by his parents Doreen and Julien (Duffy); and brother Franck. Tracey leaves to mourn his...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 24, 2018
LIDDLE, Robert Robert (Bob) Liddle, late of Regina, SK, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at the age of 62 years. Predeceased by parents John and Ann Liddle, Bob is survived by his loving wife of 32 years, Marcia...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 24, 2018
RUSSELL, Phil Terrence Phil passed away on Monday, March 19, 2018 at the age of 81 years. He was born and raised in Hamilton, ON and was predeceased by his parents, George and Kitty; brother Larry; daughter Cheryl;...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 23, 2018
WAHPOOSWYAN, Brent "Rabbit" Edward Brent 'Rabbit' Edward Wahpooswyan passed away in the Regina General Hospital Thursday, April 19, 2018 with his mother by his side. Born in Regina, SK on March 29, 1964, Brent attended...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 23, 2018
LAING, Reva Frances Reva passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at the age of 93 years. She was predeceased by her husband Stuart; daughter Joanne McClenaghan; parents, Roy and Grace McLennan; five...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 21, 2018
CHOW, James Kwok Tung October 4, 1930 April 15, 2018 James Kwok Tung went home to Jesus on Sunday, April 15, 2018. He was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great- grandfather, and will be forever...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 18, 2018
STRELIOFF, Lloyd Nicholas Lloyd, age 81 of Langham Saskatchewan (son of the late Ann and Mike Strelioff) passed away on November 20, 2017. Lloyd was born near Borden, Saskatchewan in 1936. He worked in the oil fields...
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Published in The Regina Leader-Post on Apr. 14, 2018
STRELIOFF, Lloyd Nicholas Lloyd, age 81 of Langham Saskatchewan (son of the late Ann and Mike Strelioff) passed away on November 20, 2017. Lloyd was born near Borden, Saskatchewan in 1936. He worked in the oil fields...
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Published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix on Apr. 14, 2018