At the time of death there are many decisions to be made. These decisions should reflect the beliefs and values of the surviving family as well as their loved one who has passed.
These rituals often include visitation, Lamays, the service day, final resting place and time for reception. Family and friends can come together and share their stories, laugh together, cry together and most importantly say, “Thank you” together.
Cropo staff understands the importance of family rituals and traditions, both old and new.
Cropo Funeral Chapel (Main St) offers two Chapels, and three separate reception areas. They have recently converted a section of their largest chapel into a spacious reception area to accommodate family and friends when gathering together for Lamay or Wake services.
Cropo staff takes the time to companion the bereaved family through the many difficult decisions that need to be made, with both the care and compassion you would expect from family.
Our motto encapsulates our core value which is “Caring Above All”. Our vision and mission is to consistently provide meaningful end of life services, both competently and with respectful courtesy.
Looking after all the details from the place of death all the way through to the chosen resting place is what we do. At Cropo we do not stop there. Anyone who has known a great love, then also know the journey of this great loss. We have a strong relationship with Palliative Manitoba and provide free grief seminars and support groups for our communities.
Cropo has two locations to serve Winnipeg’s families in their time of need.
The original location at 1442 Main Street at Inkster Blvd, and also 1800 Day Street in Transcona. We also own and operate our own crematorium in St. Andrews.
We are able to take care of all of your needs, including advanced planning options. We serve all cemeteries, and help each and every family Celebrate Life in a meaningful way.
Our motto encapsulates our
core value which is
“Caring Above All”.
Our vision and mission is to consistently provide meaningful end of life services,
both competently and with respectful courtesy.