Our Staff

Our dedicated and supportive staff are here to guide you through this difficult journey. We take pride in doing our absolute best to ensure your needs are met.


Erin D. Jennings

Owner & Managing Director

Erin began her career in Funeral Services in 1993.  In 1995, she attended Funeral Services Education, Kingstec Community College, Kentville, NS and successfully graduated in June 1996.   Upon completion of college, she began working at Brenan’s Funeral Home in Saint John, NB, her native city, where she obtained her New Brunswick Funeral Director and Embalming licenses.  For about a decade she proudly served families for Brenan’s in Saint John.  In 2003, Erin moved to Halifax, NS, obtained her Nova Scotia licenses, and briefly worked for a local funeral home.  In 2004, she took a position with Dalhousie Medical Science, where she worked as the resident cadaver embalmer.  In March of 2005, she partnered with her former Brenan’s employers, Bill and Stephen MacMackin of Select Community Funeral Homes, and together they purchased J. Albert Walker Funeral Home (2005) Ltd.  For the past 16 years, Erin has owned and operated J. Albert Walker Funeral Home (2005) Ltd in the community of Spryfield, a suburb of Halifax, NS.  Over the 14 years, Erin has worked with The Funeral Service Association of Nova Scotia, serving as President.  She was also the government appointee to the Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers of Nova Scotia, where she served a term.  She is a member of Funeral Services Association of Nova Scotia, Funeral Services Association of Canada, The National Funeral Directors Association, along with the Spryfield Business Commission, where she also is a past director.  Erin’s passion is to serve her community and families with dignity and respect, offering diversity and choices for all.  For 25 years, she has served each family as if they are her own.




Donald A. Cameron


Retirement Announcement
After many, many years of outstanding and compassionate service to the community of Halifax, we are at once happy and sad to announce the retirement of our beloved and much appreciated Senior Funeral Director Donald Cameron, on September 4, 2021. It is difficult if not impossible to sum up Donald’s achievements over the past 30 years of dedicated service to the community. 
During his time in service to humanity, he has completed countless projects,  solved endless problems, been part of innumerable phone calls and meetings and had many life changing experiences, for which we are grateful. 
The funeral industry can be hard on the families and spouses of those in the profession, and he will now be able to focus on spending well deserved, quality time with his wife Sharon,  grandchildren and family. We are endlessly thankful for his time and commitment, and wish him a long and wonderful retirement. All the best, Don!