Serving families of Berwick and surrounding communities of Kings County.

Welcome to the historic Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, a fertile region that has been farmed for more than 300 years. The valley extends from Digby to Windsor an area 100 miles long and from five to 50 miles wide. It is sheltered on both sides from strong winds and the Bay of Fundy fog by the North and South “Mountains”. It has long been known as Canada’s first “bread basket” and is one of the most celebrated apple growing regions in the world and home to the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival.

Berwick is known as the “Apple Capital of Nova Scotia”, home to the United Church of Canada Camp Meeting Grounds, the Annual Gala Days Celebration and the location of the former Berwick Bakery and M.W. Graves Ltd. Nearby communities are home to the Michelin Tire Plant, Cranberry and Peat Moss Bogs, Oaklawn Farm Zoo, 14 Wing Greenwood, French Cross at Morden and the birth place of the “Fuller Brush Man”, Alfred Fuller, founder of the Fuller Brush Company.

We are pleased to have P. Bryce Johnstone, Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer working with us. Bryce has joined us after working for over 20 years with another area firm. Bryce brings with him a wealth of knowledge and unsurpassed compassionate service to the families of the Berwick and surrounding area.

Bryce will be working with our dedicated team of professionals. At the present time, our main office is in Windsor, however, we have made arrangements with local churches and community halls in Berwick and surrounding areas so that we can immediately serve you and your families.

We look forward to giving back to Berwick and surrounding area the type of funeral service provider you deserve. We welcome your inquiries regarding funerals that need to be arranged now or funerals that may be pre-arranged with other providers.

"Serving with Compassion, Integrity & Understanding"