Christopher Smith began his career at Falconer Funeral Homes as a student in 1987 before attending Humber College in Toronto. He apprenticed at Turner & Porter Funeral Directors Ltd. in Toronto. Chris graduated in 1990 and returned to Falconer Funeral Homes as a funeral director. Chris enjoys being a hockey dad spending time with sons Cam and Colin, who are quite active with BCH Minor Hockey. Chris is proud to serve our communities with the care each family deserves.
Mark Rushton earned his funeral director's license in 1981. During his career he has served various southwestern Ontario communities. Mark enjoys photography, music and current events. He and his wife Marilyn, who also works at the funeral home, have lived in Goderich since joining Falconer Funeral Homes in 2006.
Amanda Rich grew up in Bayfield and has enjoyed gaining all of her experience at Falconer Funeral Homes. Since obtaining her funeral director's licence in 2007, she has really enjoyed getting involved in the communities that she grew up in and around. Amanda is proud to be the first female member of the Lions Club of Clinton.