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We consider it a privilege and an honour to serve families in their greatest time of need, when a loved one dies. Our objective is to treat you like family, by giving you our attention, compassion and expertise to assist in arranging and carrying out a funeral that is fitting for your loved one and suits your traditions, tastes and budget.

At Rhody Family Funeral Home, we are proud to offer meaningful life celebrations. We provide dignified funeral and cremation services to families in Allenford, Chatsworth, Chesley, Desboro, Elmwood, Hanover, Paisley, Tara, ON. Reach out to our caring staff today if you need assistance in planning a service for your loved one.

Life Stories

Dorothy Witzke

Dorothy Louise James was born on November 1st 1926 in Toronto. Her parents were Harry and Doris (Taylor) James. Dorothy was very young when her parents parted, and she was determined to make a good home for her and her father. She taught herself to cook, sew, knit,...

Jean Atton

Jean Gladys was born on Thursday, March 1934 in Toronto to parents Nelson and Gladys (Damm) Whitehead. The family soon relocated back to Bruce County where they called Kinloss home for a short period of time before settling on a farm west of Walkerton on Bruce Rd. 2....

Jeanette West

Jeanette Isabel Mair was born in Chesley on Monday, November 20, 1933, to parents Gilbert and Lily Mair. She was the oldest of two daughters, welcoming younger sister Elizabeth in 1940. The Mair family resided in Chesley where Jeanette attended both public and high...

Bill & Sandi Tibbo

Sandi's Early Years... Sandra Isabel was born on Friday, September 14, 1951 in Chesley to parents Carlyle "Bob" and Muriel (Weldrick) Angel. The Angel family resided on Ann St. in Tara with Sandi being the oldest of six children. In time she was joined by younger...

Fran Henson

"Reading is a basic tool in the living of a good life." - Joseph Addison Fran loved to lose herself in a good book. In her earlier years, she enjoyed romance novels, with a Harlequin Romance being top on her list. In later years, it had to be a murder mystery. If she...

Carman Hodgkinson

Of RR # 1 Paisley, on October 1, 2021 at the Walkerton Hospital surrounded by family at his side after a brief illness of cancer. He was 79. Loving husband of Evelyn for 57 years and beloved father of Yvonne.  Predeceased by his parents Nettie and George. Carman...

Jean Ahrens

Jean Miriam Ahrens was born at home, on the 6th of Brant, on Wednesday, December 28, 1932. She was the eldest daughter of Clarence and Kananda (Kaufman) Ahrens. The Ahrens family mixed farmed and soon relocated to the Ahrens homestead on the 10th. Jean soon welcomed...

Ross Gabert

Stephen "Ross" was born in Chesley on Friday, 7 July 1950. He was the oldest child of Chester and Elizabeth (Kaufman) Gabert and was later followed by sisters Valerie (1953) and Judy (1956). The Gabert family resided on the family farm on Sideroad 5, south of Desboro....

Douglas Keeling

As Doug would say... “Back in the day”...  a little boy by the name of Robert "Douglas" was born on Thursday, December 29, 1949 in Owen Sound to parents Robert Glenn and Muriel Evelyn (Ramage) Keeling. The Keeling family called a dairy farm on the 6th...

Gary Tutin

Gary Alan was born on Thursday, October 5th, 1950 in Oshawa to parents Alan and Frances (Krasinski) Tutin. He was the eldest of three boys, and later welcomed younger brothers Wayne (1952) and Darryl (1965). The Tutin family resided in Oshawa where the boys were...

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