History of Ross Funeral Service
Ross Funeral Service was established at Leeville, Sask, in 1912 under the name of Luke and Ross.

In 1913, when the town of Assiniboia was established, the business moved there and erected a new building. In 1914, the business moved again, this time to a two-story building, operating a furniture store along with the funeral home.

In 1928, Thomas Ross and his wife Thurza moved the furniture store and funeral home to a newly built modern brick building. An ambulance business was incorporated into the business in 1937. The business moved again in 1945.

Thomas’s son Marlow joined the business after returning from service in the Navy in World War II. Marlow Ross eventually took over the business and was later joined by his son Robert.

In 1981, Ross Funeral Service added 4,000 square feet to its facility. Changes included the elimination of stairs, and the additions of a 160-seat chapel, wheelchair accessibility, modern washrooms, an arrangement room, a casket selection area, a preparation room and a garage area with a wash bay.

The Ross family sold the business in 1991 to an affiliate of Service Corporation International. Today, we are a proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.

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