-- COVID 19

First, we would like to ensure the families that we serve and the public, we are dedicated to the utmost care of families and their loved ones at this time.

During this time we are seeing changes in our province and our lifestyles that are unprecedented for many of us.  The arrival of COVID 19 in Prince Edward Island has meant drastic changes to many public services including ours.  Unfortunately, it has drastically affected how funeral arrangements, funeral services and visitations are conducted.

We are kindly asking should you need any assistance to please call us ahead, where we can schedule an appointment for you to meet with us. We also will ask to limit social/physical contact when present.

Under the Chief Public Health office the following measures will be followed effective immediately to unsure all of our safety.

• We must limit the number of family members making arrangements to no more than 4 persons.
• All visitations are to be private with no more than 50 persons present. (While continuing to practice social distancing and hygiene safety).
• Funerals must be postponed, graveside services must have 50 persons or less.
• Guest books will not be available for signing – condolences may be expressed online through our funeral home’s website.
• Memorial donations will only be accepted online or thru mail delivery.             

We kindly ask you to use our online obituary to offer condolences

• There will not be any funeral receptions available.
• In all circumstances, increase interpersonal and social distancing (ideally separation of 2-meters or 6 feet, not shaking hands, hugging, etc.)
• Persons interested in monuments should either wait until the current health orders are lifted or contact us by phone with inquires.

To be clear there can still be a private viewing as long as there is 50 people or less, but no funeral or visitations will be held. We will keep everyone updated as the situation changes.

As we all work through this challenging time, we want to let you know that we are still here to provide the same level of service our family has always provided.  You can be assured we will continue to serve your family in your time of need.

 Thank you for doing your part to keep us all safe.

Please meet Chloe, David & Carol Ferguson's Therapy Dog in training to be a service dog. Hypoallergenic and non shedding, she was born July 2, 2014 and has been part of the Funeral home staff since the age of 8 weeks old.

Chloe has be an amazing addition to the funeral home by providing comfort to families both young and old. She instinctively knows when to give a paw when some one is sad or adds joy to children by playing ball with them and showing off her many tricks.

On numerous occasions, Chloe has approached someone having a difficult time emotionally, and set her paw on them or gently kissed their hand which would bring a smile to their faces.

With her kind and gentle personality, she is well suited for this environment providing comfort to our many families we serve.


O'Leary Location
351 Main Street
O'Leary, PEI

Phone 902-859-2768
Fax 902-859-1311
Tyne Valley Location
7027 Route 12
Tyne Valley, PEI

Phone 902-831-2500
Fax 902-859-1311
Mailing Address
Box 274
O'Leary, PEI
C0B 1V0
Fax 902-859-1311
ffh@fergusonsfh.com