Reflections Funeral Services Honored To Be Serving Vermilion And Area
From left, Rob Pulyk, Bill Poliakiwski, Colleen Berg, John Lawrence, Michelle Feist, Jim Storch, Candice Anderson, Bethany Jacula, Joe Bucharksi, and Alison Betz.
Outside of Reflections building. Photos submitted
Reflections Funeral & Cremation Services Ltd. is one of the new businesses to open its doors in 2020. Although the business is new, Candice Anderson is already a familiar face to Vermilion and has spent years encouraging our community in both the funeral profession and the local organizations she has been a part of. She moved to the area in 2013 when employed with The Caring Group and had managed their Lakeland location until its sale on July 1, 2020. Following this change in ownership, she, with her husband Josh Anderson, incorporated Reflections Funeral Services and went to work on their office space at Cunningham Place, located at 4902B – 50th Avenue. The office opened its doors to the public on September 23.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, they have had to postpone a grand opening, but have created a virtual tour of their 1800 square foot facility, which is available for viewing on both their website and Facebook page. Their location, which was previously Daines & Daubneys, has now been converted into a modern but comfortable office space. It is complete with a seating area, kitchen, handicap accessible washroom, arrangements / viewing room, storage, and staff area. Once restrictions change, they also have access to the Masonstar Hall, which has a capacity of 75 people.
With multimedia capabilities, they provide options for caskets, urns, monuments, slideshows, and share video recordings of funeral services. They also accept memorial donations and condolence cards on behalf of families. Anderson, as well as fellow funeral director, Jim Storch, can provide officiating services at a family’s request.
Concerning pre-need arrangements, they can record your wishes, set up new policies, and transfer already existing policies from other funeral facilities.
“It’s been an interesting journey” says Anderson, “but I’m thankful to still be serving Vermilion and area. Alongside my invaluable and experienced team, we will continue to guide families with compassion, dignity and respect.”