Our Caring Staff
Our dedicated and supportive staff are here to guide you through this difficult journey. We take pride in doing our absolute best to ensure your needs are met. We are here for you - not just because it is our job, but because we care.
General Manager, Funeral Director
Jordan Bulloch, was born and raised in Cornwall, Ontario. It was in Cornwall that Jordan was first introduced to Funeral Services and discovered his passion for this vocation. He enrolled in Humber College’s Funeral Service Education program in Toronto, where he met his wife, Victoria. Upon graduation and gaining his Funeral Director’s License in 2014, Jordan served families in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area. After several years of gaining valuable experience in the GTHA, Jordan and Victoria moved to Windsor, Ontario where he served as a Managing Director of a well established Funeral Home. Jordan and Victoria were married shortly after arriving in Windsor, and share two boys, Rhodes and Rowan. When not working and spending time with his family, Jordan enjoys volunteering in the community and training as a CrossFit athlete. Jordan is proud to be in Brandon planting deep roots and serving his new community.
Jordan can be reached at email@example.com or by calling (204) 727-0694.
Jeremy Lancaster was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. After graduating from Vincent Massey High School, Jeremy attended Brandon University where he received his Bachelor of Arts. After several years of working in the tourism industry, Jeremy joined the team at Brockie Donovan in March 2014 and he completed his professional licensing designation from the Canadian College of Funeral Service in June 2015. Jeremy was the proud recipient of the highest overall Academic Achievement Award, the Embalming Technologies Award and the Funeral Service Achievement Award. He thrives on going the extra mile to ensure that every aspect of the service is carried out with the utmost care, dignity and compassion.
Victoria Bulloch was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. She graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2012. Following graduation, she was accepted into the Funeral Service Education program at Humber College in Toronto, where she met her husband, Jordan. After earning her diploma and gaining her Funeral Director’s license in 2014, Victoria spent several years working in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Victoria and her husband had the opportunity to move closer to her family in Windsor, Ontario to work and serve her hometown community. Victoria and Jordan were married in 2017, and began their family. The couple has two wonderful boys, Rhodes and Rowan. When not busy with her boys, Victoria enjoys spending time with Jordan at the CrossFit gym and serving her community volunteering at various organizations. She is excited to raise her family in Brandon, and making meaningful connections with her new community.
Zoey Black was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. She graduated from Crocus Plains Secondary School in 2009, followed by attending Brandon University, where she acquired a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. She then spent several years doing field work on dig sites and cataloguing with the Archaeology Department at The Manitoba Museum. Having a long time interest in funeral service, Zoey decided to change careers. After earning her certification with the Canadian College of Funeral Service, Zoey joined the Brockie Donovan team in January of 2022. Zoey enjoys spending time with her family; husband Shane, daughter Nora and their two dogs, Bolder and Darya.
Office Manager, Funeral Service Professional
Michelle Klemick was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. She graduated from Crocus Plains in 2002 and spent 10 years working for the Brandon School Division. She moved to Regina, Saskatchewan for a year where she met her husband, Chris. They moved back to Brandon to be closer to family. Michelle and Chris recently welcomed their beautiful son, Rhett, into the world. In Michelle’s spare time she spends the winter months curling and the summer months are spent at the ballpark. She also enjoys baking, travelling to warm destinations and spoiling her son, Rhett and her Yorkie, Brooke.
Funeral Service Professional
Cindy Anderson was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She moved to Brandon in 1988 and married her husband Greg in 1990. They welcomed their first daughter, Paige in 1995 and their second daughter, Camryn in 1999. They have enjoyed travelling together as a family, often times finding the best adventures when taking the road less travelled. In her spare time Cindy can be found working in her garden, hiking, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Funeral Service Professional
Carrie MacPherson was born and raised in Labrador. After graduating from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Carrie moved to Banff, Alberta, where she spent several years enjoying mountain life. After meeting her husband, Sean Blair, in Banff, they moved to Brandon to start their family. Upon welcoming two daughters and a son, Carrie and her family keep busy with Highland dancing, playing hockey and soccer, tending to the garden and spending time together with their little dog, Poncho.
After Care & Community Relations Professional
Lisa Hammond was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. She graduated from Crocus Plains Regional Secondary High School and enrolled in the R.N. Diploma Program at the Brandon General Hospital. Lisa graduated with honours in 1992. She began working as Office Administrator for Brockie Donovan in September 1995. Lisa loves working with the families she serves. She believes that personalization and special attention to detail add so much value to the funeral service. Lisa is married to husband, Dean, and they have two sons, Benjamin and Matthew. Together, the family enjoys camping, canoeing and fishing.
Grief Seminar Counsellor,
Shelley Wray was born and raised in Swan River, Manitoba. She and her family moved to Brandon where she was employed by the Addiction Foundation of Manitoba for a number of years. In her work at the AFM Shelley worked with family members and spouses of people dealing with substance use and gambling problems. In January of 2019, Shelley retired from the mental health department at CFB Shilo. In 2009 due to a personal and professional interest in grief and loss, Shelley completed the course work and training necessary to become a Grief Recovery Specialist through the Grief Recovery Institute. She has a certification as an International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor as recognized the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation. Along with her many other certifications, in April 2019, Shelley became a Certified Funeral Celebrant and Shelley is also the facilitator of our Grief Seminars.
With a true love of life and caring heart, Kim was called to become a Certified Funeral Celebrant. Kim's goal is to capture the spirit of your loved one by listening to family and friends with an open heart and working hard to ensure that their needs for a personalized, memorable service are exceeded. Sharing in someone's grief, hearing the pain in their voice, listening to cherished memories is an important part of helping family and friends begin their healing process after loss. Kimmer's wide background of interests including 35 years as a hair stylist or “personal therapist,” marketing director, public speaker, and community volunteer have led her to this role. Kim is currently very involved in Lions, Brandon First and Central United Church. In the past, Kimmer was a curler, a curling volunteer, slo pitch player and volunteer organizer, community drama hairstylist, Masonic wife, and the list goes on. Kim was married to the late Lawrence McInnes for 13 wonderful years, has a daughter Shannon (Scott Burgess), son Sean and the light of her life - grandson Jackson Burgess. Family and friends are the most important thing in Kimmer's life and she loves spending quality time with them all.
Funeral Pre-Planning Specialist
Joy has a passion for helping others. She was drawn into the field of funeral preplanning after watching families struggle with decisions upon the death of a loved ones. She is a dedicated advocate of helping your family by making arrangements ahead rather then in crisis Joy has undergone extensive training with Purple Shield in order to become a Funeral Pre-Planning expert. Joy was born and raised in Sault Ste Marie Ontario and moved west in the 1980’s and would never consider moving back. “The flat land is my home”. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan in Agriculture she is married to Darryl. They have two adult daughters Alyssa and Saryna. Joy loves water either fishing, on it or swimming in it. One of her life goals is to catch a Northern Pike as tall as she is. She is getting close with many fish over 40 inches and her biggest is just short of 45 inches. Not far to go.
Joy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (204) 727-0694.
Kerry was born in Rivers, Manitoba and grew up on a farm in Rapid City, where they had cattle and horses. He was very involved in training horses and rode them in fairs in Rivers, Rapid City and Brandon. Kerry is an active member of St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, and is very involved with the Knights of Columbus. Kerry joined the team at Brockie Donovan in 2020, and we value his dedicated and hard work.
Wade & Kelly Lumbard
Wade Lumbard was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree at Brandon University, Wade became a Chartered Accountant, working at Deloitte & Touche in Winnipeg. Wade joined his father, Jack and brother, Todd at Brockie Donovan in 1995 and in 2001 became a licensed Funeral Director. In 2003, Wade became a partner with Todd and served as the President of the company.
Kelly was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. She moved to Winnipeg to train with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Professional Division, after training with the National Ballet School of Canada in Toronto. After retiring from dance, she met her husband, Wade, and happily settled in Brandon. Kelly taught ballet in Brandon for many years. Kelly developed many of the community events Brockie Donovan is known for today. She has been a Team Leader for the “Look Good Feel Better Helping Women With Cancer” program since 2006 and is currently a Board Member of Westman Dreams for Kids.
Wade and Kelly are parishioners at St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church and are members of the Knights of Columbus, and the Catholic Woman’s League. Together they have two sons, Holden and Jack.
Jack & Joyce Lumbard
Jack Lumbard was born in Carnduff, Saskatchewan and his family moved to a farm in the Zion-Forrest District just north of Brandon when Jack was quite young. He was educated at the Brandon Collegiate Institute, where he met his bride-to-be, Joyce Hart. Jack and Joyce were married in 1957 at St. Matthew’s Anglican Cathedral in Brandon. In 1959, the couple moved to Wilkie, Saskatchewan where Jack apprenticed to become a funeral director under his uncle, Bill Reid. In 1962, Jack joined Jack Donovan at Brockie Donovan Funeral Home in Brandon. After many years of hard work, in 1975, Jack and Joyce purchased the funeral home from Jack and Mary Donovan.
Joyce was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. She attended Brandon Collegiate Institute and went on to train as a teacher at Brandon College. A son, Todd, was born in 1963, followed by Wade, in 1965 and daughter, Rebecca, in 1969. Joyce always enjoyed staying home with their children when they were young, and she worked at the funeral home with Jack as the years passed. She is past Chairperson of the Brandon Regional Health Authority Foundation board of directors and Chairperson of Hobbs Manor.
Sadly, Jack passed away on March 20, 2014 at the age of 76 years. Jack left a legacy of integrity and professionalism and is greatly missed.