Clarion Bronze Finish Urn

The luster of brass draws the eye to something of great personal value. Brass is beautiful as well, adding a brightness and a gold-like appearance to everything it touches.

Product #501CP

Discounted 20% in March


Impressions Waterfall Catalogue

Eckels is proud to announce the brand new 2015 Impressions urn catalogue is now available!




H.S. Eckels & Company (Canada) Limited is pleased to announce that it has reached a strategic partnership agreement with Mortech Industries NZ Ltd to be an exclusive distributor of Eckels products in New Zealand.



H.S. Eckels & Company (Canada) Limited
 H.S. Eckels and Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Darren Kieley to Atlantic Canada sales representative.


Pet Catalogue 2013 COVER

H.S. Eckels is proud to share our new catalogue "Impressions of my Pet".  We have a vast selection of urns that can be personalized for your beloved pet.

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Jeff Chancellor, CFSP

Jeff ChancellorJeff was an instructor at the Alberta School of Mortuary Science, the Centre for Funeral Service Education at Mount Royal College and the Pacific Centre for Mortuary Studies in Cebu, Philippines.

Jeff was a contributing author to “Embalming History, Theory and Practice” Edition 4 and his articles have appeared in trade magazines in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines;

As a trainer, Jeff has provided embalming and restorative art training to more than 1000 funeral homes, supply companies and funeral service associations in 14 countries.  With his many articles to be published here, he can help Funeral Directors achieve excellence in all aspects of decedent care and stay on top of change in the prep room.
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Stacy Burnett

Stacy BurnettwebStacy Burnett completed the Funeral Service Education Program at Humber College and became a licensed funeral director in 1996. She worked as a funeral director and embalmer in the Toronto area from that time until moving closer to “home” in 2000.  For the past 12 years she has worked in Southwest Ontario as a pre-need director, senior funeral director and funeral home manager.
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