AMG Funeral Home

David and Christie Mullen, President/Owners

Dave became licensed in 1998 and partners with his father in 2006. In 2015 upon his father Paul Mullen’s retirement, Dave became President/Owner. Dave and Christie have two children, Carson and Avery.
Paul J. Mullen, Retired

In June 2015, after 48 years as a licensed Funeral Director and owner of the A. Millard George Funeral Home, Paul has retired. We want to thank Paul for his dedication, compassion and patience to all the families he has served. Paul plans to pursue other interests, including golf. Paul’s son David and his wife Christie Mullen and all the staff at AMG wish Paul a happy retirement.
Siobhan Flynn Vo , Funeral Director

After graduating from the University of Ottawa, I pursued my dreams of becoming a licensed funeral director by enrolling in Humber College's Funeral Service Education program. New to London, I am looking forward to experiencing the beauty of the city with my partner, Wilson and pekingese, Boston.
Kelly Carvalho, Funeral Director

Born and raised in Hamilton, ON, graduated from the Humber College Funeral Service Education program in 2012. Kelly is the oldest of three siblings, first generation and fluent in Portuguese. A new chapter in Kelly's life has brought her to London, where she enjoys keeping active with friends and family.
Annikka Eder, Funeral Director

I have been with AMG for three years. After completing my high school co-op here I knew what my future held for me. I am born and raised in London, so I am excited to be back home after my time at Humber College and starting my internship.
Kelsey Fisher, Funeral Director

I began my career in funeral service by completing my observation hours here at AMG. After graduating Humber College in 2018, I am very happy to be back as a licensee and serving my hometown of London. Outside of the funeral home, I can often be found outside hiking, trying a new restaurant, or watching the Ottawa Senators with my husband Greg.
Charlotte Bogart, Office Manager

I started with AMG in 2017 as Office Manager. I enjoy working with dedicated, compassionate staff. Outside of work I keep busy with woodworking, do it yourself projects and playing sports.
Debbie Pettit, Pre-arrangement Director/After Care Specialist

I started with the A. Millard George Funeral Home in 1999. I am the Family Aftercare Specialist and thoroughly enjoy my work with the families. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family who keep me very busy.
Bailey Arruda, Intern

After completing my first year at Humber College in the Funeral Service Education program, I am happy to return to London. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, as well as keeping active in playing soccer. I am very passionate about my career choice and I’m excited to be apart of the AMG team.
Brad Curren, Funeral Director Assistant

I started at the A. Millard George Funeral Home in 2013. Even though I have only been here for a few years, I have learned a lot and have enjoyed interacting and helping families over the years. In my spare time, I like to keep busy with friends and family.
Jim Marquis, Funeral Director Assistant

Retiring after 20 years of managing one of London’s major cemeteries, I am now pleased to be associated with the A. Millard George Funeral Home, and to be able to continue to serve the needs of families. My wife, Mary and I have two sons and seven grandchildren to help us fill our retirement years.
Bob French, Funeral Director Assistant

I retired in 2004 after approximately 40 years in Fire Safety, Emergency Services, Health and Safety and 20 years with the Office of the Ontario Fire Marshal. My wife Dyan and I have two children a daughter and Son. In April 2012 we moved from Barrie, Ontario to be closer to our son, daughter in-law and our two grandchildren. Prior to the move I worked for five years as a Funeral Directors Assistant for a Family owned Funeral Home in Barrie, Ontario. I look forward to bringing these life skills
Karen Geier, Funeral Director Assistant

I am retired from working for over 25years at both Victoria and University Hospital, I have 3 grown children and 6 grand children. I am now pleased to be working in a new career where I am able to use my past experiences to continue to serve the public.
Norm Camp, Funeral Director Assistant

I have been retired from London Hydro sine 2003 after 25 years of service. My wife Lynda and I have two grown sons, Sean and Michael who have blessed us with four beautiful grandchildren. They keep us very active and young at heart.
Norma Clare, Funeral Director Assistant

I have thoroughly enjoyed my work and interaction with families in various capacities over the years. Married, with three children and four granddaughters, I am very involved in music, creative writing, church and volunteer activities.
Marque Smith , Pianist/Organist

Marque Smith is a piano accompanist, vocal coach and music director. Since moving to London, Ontario in 2007, he has been the music director for plays with Musical Theatre Productions, Original Kids Theatre Company and London Youth Theatre Education to name a few. He is also a very experienced choral musician and has been a member of The Nathaniel Dett Chorale, The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, The Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir, Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus and The Karen Schuessler Singers.