W. J. Jones & Son

Funeral Home

& Family Resource Centre

We are honoured to have you visit our website, and invite you to stop by our Funeral Home for a visit at any time.

Allow us to introduce ourselves...

We are the Jones Team.

We are a team of Funeral Professionals.


Everything we do, we do in the best interests of the families we serve.

Since 1940 we have been here FOR and WITH the families when their loved ones have died, giving them our commitment to compassionate care and personal attention. YOUR family is important to us, and when you call, we promise that we will give you our very best. It is our greatest desire that YOUR family have an experience that is meaningful and healing.

Every detail of your experience is important to us, and that is why we put so much effort into the training of our staff; the service we provide; the environment we serve you in and the programs we offer. YOU are ultimately important to us, and as you browse our website, we hope that you will see that we really care for the families we serve through our commitment to excellence and our attention to detail.

Please browse our website, and call us at 306-693-4644 with any questions you might have.

We would be honoured to serve you.

In the Heart of the Community

With a Heart for the Community.

Mourning Star Christmas Service for the Bereaved

Thursday, December 4th at 7:30pm at Jones Funeral Chapel

106 Athabasca St. E.

Theme: "Angel Love"

Featuring the music of Penny Buhr-Johnson

Everyone Welcome

Saskatchewan Angel Dresses
Saskatchewan Angel Dresses

Saskatchewan Angel Dresses

Did you know we are a dropoff location for Saskatchewan Angel Dresses?

If you would like to contribute to this most worthy cause, by gifting your gowns or formal wear for use in creating beautiful attire for precious babies who are gone too soon, please call us and we can make arrangements with you.

You can call us at 306-693-4644

for more information visit

Saskatchewan Angel Dresses on Facebook

Tree of Memory Planting
Tree of Memory Planting

Heart of the Community...

Gerry Mitchell makes a cheque presentation to the CHAB Family First Radiothon

The Value of an End-of-Life Ceremony

What is the Value of an End-of-Life Ceremony?

Value #1: To acknowledge the significance and impact of the life and the death of your loved one on your own life.

Value #2:  To offer the opportunity for the community to express their support to the family.

Value #3: To offer the opportunity for a family to express their thoughts and feelings in regard to the passing of their loved one.

Value #4:  To offer the opportunity to process the meaning of a loved one’s life.

Value #5:  To offer the opportunity for a family and their community to acknowledge the reality of the passing of a loved one.

Value #6:  To offer a healthy beginning for the grief process.

Value #7:  To offer some structure in the midst of a time of chaos. 

Value #8:  To offer the opportunity to say goodbye to the relationship with your loved one as it was and to say hello to the relationship as it now is.

Value #9: To offer the opportunity to look forward to the future in a supportive atmosphere.

(306) 693-4644