With over 20 years as a Funeral Director and Embalmer, Chris Silverthorne is the owner of Tranquility Burial and Cremation services. Offering compassion, empathy and a genuine care for people who need help in the most difficult time of their lives is why Chris decided to become a Funeral Director at the age of 16 with the idea that reasonable priced funerals which everyone can afford should also provide superior service, with a keen focus on listening to a family’s wishes.
Cynthia acquired her funeral directors license in 1995 after completing a BA from McMaster University. Cynthia strives to make her clients feel like family and help them navigate through a very difficult time in their lives. When not managing the business and helping families, Cynthia can be found teaching aqua-fit, spending time with her family and friends and creating pottery.
Paul has enjoyed his 30 years of experience in the funeral industry, 10 of which he acquired serving families in Japan. Paul has been with Tranquility now for over 6 years. An avid sports fan, Paul enjoys his spare time on the golf course.
After being diagnosed with a brain tumour at a young age, Cassaundra thought about her own mortality and wanted to help her family. It was at that moment she knew she wanted to be a Funeral Director and assist many families through their grief. Licensed in 2012, Cassaundra has been come an integral part of the team at Tranquility..
Brittany knew she wanted to be a funeral director after experiencing the loss of her grandfather. She acquired her Funeral Directors license in 2015 after completing her diploma in Graphic Design at Humber College. Brittany now aspires to help families through their emotionally difficult journey.
Joan has been a resident of Brantford for almost 50 years and has been in customer service for over 30 years. She has been with Tranquility Burial and Cremation Services for 10 years and has been a licensed Transfer Service Operator for 8. With care and compassion she helps people and families whether its through a difficult time or arranging their own personal. preplanning.