We pride ourselves on the functionality and appearance of our facilities. We are constantly updating and improving our premises and equipment to keep our facility within the highest of professional standards.
Within our Chapels, the flexibility of our layout allows us to accommodate a broad range of services. Our facilities can support everything from very large assemblies to the smallest of quaint gatherings.
The funeral is an important opportunity to pay tribute to someone you loved. It is a time for relatives and friends to gather, tell stories, share memories, acknowledge your loss and support one another. We are open-minded in providing a more personal arrangement to suit your needs and reflect the life of your loved one.
We've worked hard to make the surroundings as comforting as possible for you during this difficult time.
Jamieson's Funeral Service of Holland services the communities of Treherne, Swan Lake, Holland, Bruxelles, Somerset, St. Alphonse and surrounding areas.
Thomas Moore opened the first funeral home in Holland, MB in 1915, during the First World War. In 1929, the business was purchased by W.M. Scharff, and after several moves, a permanent location was built in Holland in 1942, and a branch office was opened in Treherne, MB. In 1974, Ed & Betty Budz purchased the business. On November 15, 1981, the newly renovated and expanded funeral home at 124 Patrick Street was opened, and Scharff Funeral Home became Budz Funeral Service.
Budz Funeral Service was purchased June 1, 2010 by Moray & Arlie Jamieson, owners of Jamieson's Funeral Services of Glenboro MB.