About Us - A Tradition of Helping
“Sometimes it seems that the timeless tradition of neighbour helping neighbour becomes lost in daily life. But time and time again, when tragedy occurs in this community, we help our neighbours.”
At Kopan’s Funeral Service, that philosophy serves as the basis for everything we do. Our business was founded in 1999. Since the very first day we have continued with our philosophy to be a reputable firm of funeral directors, and have been ready to help as a good neighbour. We offer our services in order to honour a life that has been lived, and to comfort those who grieve. The concept of "our family helping your family" has been reflected in the services that we offer, and in our professional, capable staff. Founded by Jason E. Kopan in 1999 as one of Saskatchewan’s last licensed “Undertaker’s” along with long time associate, family friend, Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer, Theodore L. Anderson they were joined in 2002 by Jason’s brother, Karl R. Kopan, Licensed Funeral Director.
Throughout the years, the families we serve have found our efforts to be of great value in arranging funeral services that are most meaningful, and appropriate for those who remain, while incorporating the wishes of the person who has died. That is why we offer traditional, graveside and all cremation services that can be customized, and tailored to the wants, and desires of each family we serve while still maintaining the budgetary wishes of the family.
To help familiarize people with funerals, the related decisions that must be made, and other aspects of our service before the need arises, we offer our "Funeral Seminar Program" as a free informational community service and likewise offer tours of our facilities to interested community groups.
If we can be of assistance to you, or your community group, please let us know. We welcome the opportunity to be of service. As funeral directors, our calling imposes upon us special responsibilities to those we serve and to the public at large. An important obligation is to provide people with the information they need to make knowledgeable decisions about funerals, and funeral directors.