Our licensed funeral directors have over 85 years of combined experience.
Layne Weber began his funeral directing career in 2006 and graduated from the Western School of Funeral Service in 2009. Layne has over 15 years of experience as a funeral director and embalmer and manages the daily operations of the funeral homes with his brother Tyler.
Marvin Weber began his funeral directing career in 1971 when he started his apprenticeship at Southside Funeral Home in Edmonton. After finishing his training he worked for Arnold Hoveland in Camrose. In 1981 Marvin built the funeral home in Tofield and moved to the family farm with his wife Margaret. In 2002 Marvin and his sons purchased the funeral home in Camrose. Marvin has served his communities for over 50 years as a professional funeral director and embalmer and also is a former board member of the Alberta Funeral Service Regulatory Board. Marvin farms with his son Chad and works along side his sons Layne and Tyler at the funeral homes in Tofield and Camrose.
Tyler Weber started his career in 2002 shortly after the purchase of the Camrose location. He graduated from the Western School of Funeral Service in 2005. Tyler is a Past President of the Alberta Funeral Service Association serving on the board of directors from 2014 to 2022. Tyler actively contributes to the Alberta Funeral Service Regulatory Board with work on the Funeral Education Review Committee and the Alberta Funeral Services Act Review Committee. Tyler is the business manager for the funeral homes and works alongside his brother Layne overseeing the daily operations of the funeral homes.
Marvin Weber receiving his Alberta Funeral Service Association Long Service Award for his 50 years of funeral service in Alberta. His son Tyler Weber, an Alberta Funeral Service Association Past President is presenting Marvin with his award.
Tyler Weber of Weber Funeral Home was awarded the Alberta Funeral Service Association’s Robert Snodgrass Award. This award is in recognition of excellence in community service, contribution to the association and for the enhancement of the funeral profession.
This award was presented to Tyler for his involvement as president of the Alberta Funeral Service Association from 2019 to 2021 when the global health pandemic began. His leadership of the association ensured that all funeral homes in Alberta received resources, accurate information and support. Tyler also contributes to the Alberta Funeral Service Regulatory Boards with involvement in the Funeral Education Review Committee Funeral Services Act Review Committee. On the national level, Tyler is a member on the Governance Committee for the Funeral Service Association of Canada. Currently, Tyler serves on the Camrose St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation Board and actively supports many community charities and non-profit societies.