Our Team

Harbourside Regional Crematorium has been serving funeral homes throughout mainland Nova Scotia since 1994.
Our crematorium operators are among the most experienced in the Atlantic Provinces and adhere to the most stringent identification, safety and environmental standards.
We offer simple, affordable cremation services for those that do not require the services of a full service funeral home.

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Our Valued Team

  • Ed Dewolfe

    Ed Dewolfe, Location Manager / Senior Funeral Director / Crematorium Operator

  • Tim Rodgers

    Tim Rodgers, Senior Funeral Director / Arrangement Coordinator

    Born in Halifax and raised in Dartmouth, Tim began his career in 1984 at J. A. Snows Funeral home. He earned his Funeral Director license in 1986 and has been serving his community ever since.

    His drive to support people in times of need is what led Tim to pursue a path in the Funeral Profession.

    In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, especially with his precious granddaughter, as well as traveling cross-country and experiencing the sights and beauty of Canada.

  • Shannon Wade

    Shannon Wade, Senior Funeral Director / Crematorium Operator

    A native of Halifax, Shannon graduated from St. Mary's University with a BA in Anthropology and Linguistics in 1998. In 2008, Shannon attended school again to pursue a career change, graduating with a diploma in Funeral and Allied Health Services from NSCC Kingstech with a special interest in embalming.

    She began her career at Snow's Funeral Home before transitioning to Harbourside Regional Crematorium as a Funeral Director/Crematorium Operator where she continues to serve her community.

    Her interests outside of work are reading, photography, and bicycling on the trails in Halifax.

  • Michel St-Georges

    Michel St-Georges, Senior Funeral Director / Crematorium Operator

    Born and raised in Northern Ontario, Mitch experienced the loss of numerous relatives at a young age. It was through these formative experiences that Mitch became curious about how those individuals who worked within the funeral industry were able to comfort the family and friends who mourned.

    “My curiosity propelled me into the funeral industry, but the respect I've received for being a part of something greater than myself and making a difference in my community has led me to consider it a calling.”

    Having entered the funeral industry in 2004, obtaining his Licensed in 2009 from College Boreal (Sudbury, Ontario), and having worked in various funeral establishments, Mitch is well experienced in the Funeral Profession.

    After a long career in Toronto, Ontario, Mitch moved to Nova Scotia to join his immediate family and get away from the hustle and bustle of the Big City.

    In his spare time he enjoys travelling and seeing different parts of the World. He is fluent in both French and English.

  • Dan Keenan

    Dan Keenan, Funeral Director / Crematorium Operator

  • Melissa Atkinson

    Melissa Atkinson, Funeral Director

  • Danielle Jefferson

    Danielle Jefferson, Apprentice Funeral Director