Wednesday, February 10th  2016

Recent Obituaries

peckover-jeanJean Davies Peckover May 25, 1916 – February 1, 2016 On February 1, 2016 at the Carman Memorial...
atkins-katherineKatherine Janet Atkins It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of their beloved...
sandulak-wilmaWilma Mae Sandulak 1926-2016 At Boundary Trails Health Centre, with family by her side, Wilma Mae...
peters-abeAbram “Abe” Peters It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Abe Peters on Saturday,...
fraser-gavin-wilsonIt is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather,...

Our Proud History

old_chapel_640x502Doyle's Funeral Home has been part of Carman and the surrounding community for over one hundred years. During that time the business, like the communities it serves, has undergone many changes.

Albert S. Doyle, originally a cabinet maker from Halifax, moved to Carman to establish a furniture business in 1887. Housed in the Gratton building, the business was expanded a year later to include a funeral home.

Albert's son Clarence took over the business in 1928 and operated it from the same location until he purchased the R.J. McConnell house and renovated it into a funeral home in 1945. His son Don would also help with the family business, taking over full time when Clarence passed away in 1952.

Doyle's added a crematorium to its Carman location in 1988. It is the only crematorium operated in rural southern Manitoba. We do cremations for several funeral homes in Manitoba and in North Dakota. Having our own crematorium allows us to give better service to the families we serve.






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