Staff

R. Barry Evans
Barry was born and raised in Danville Quebec, attended ADS elementary school and graduated from Richmond Regional High School in the early 80ies. Upon completion of High School, he pursued a career in the automotive industry, and worked for Dyson & Armstrong Inc. Chevrolet / Oldsmobile in Richmond for several years. Feeling somewhat limited, due to his lack of post secondary education, Barry returned to Georgian College in Barrie ON, where he graduated with a diploma in administration / marketing. In 1992 Barry had the opportunity to become a partner in the Cass Funeral Homes Inc. where he currently holds the position of its President. Barry married Lisette Gallibois in 1999, and they live in Danville where they are raising their three children, Shawn, Cassandra and Jeffrey.
Jacques Laberge
Born, raised and still living on the family farm in Danville, Quebec, Jacques enjoys the possibility of working at Cass Funeral Homes and being able to take advantage of country life. Having completed his studies at the University of Western Ontario, Jacques joined Cass in 1992 as a partner. He shares his life with his wife Jeannik and their two daughters Catherine and Anne. Jacques keeps busy as a gentleman farmer on weekends, carpentry, coaching youth soccer, skiing and playing hockey. He also volunteers at the local elementary and high schools.
Everett Boynton
Born in Montreal, Quebec on December 31, 1950. Son of Gordon Boynton and Edythe Stokes. Third generation funeral Director and embalmer, Everett graduated from the New England Institute of Embalming in Boston, Mass. in 1972 and passed the national boards in the United States that same year. Everett returned to Bury, Quebec to work with his father. In 1977, he began working at L.O. Cass & Son in Lennoxville.
Robert Redden
Born and raised on a little farm in Cookshire. Robert completed a D.E.P. in electricity in Sherbrooke. He started to work in the meat department of several stores and as a meat manager at Provigo for many years. Robert and his wife Yvonne Boutin purchased the family farm in Cookshire where they raised their children, Nancy and Patrick. He enjoys canoeing, skating, cycling and carpentry. In 1998, Robert and Yvonne purchased a house in Lennoxville and Robert began working at Cass Funeral Homes as a funeral director and is pleased to be at your service.
Caroline Beauregard
Born in Sherbrooke and raised in the beautiful countryside of Bishopton. At 17 years old, Caroline left home to pursue studies in the funeral service education program at Rosemont College in Montreal. In 1996, diploma in hand, Caroline returned from Montreal to begin her vocation at Cass Funeral Homes in Lennoxville. She presently lives in Cookshire and shares her life with Dominique Talbot.

 

Leslie Victor Webster
Leslie was born, raised and educated in the village of Fitch Bay, QC. He began farming at a young age and worked for the municipality. Leslie met Janie Gilbert in 1965 and they married in 1966. They lived in Rock Island for two years and then moved to a small farm they purchased in Ogden in 1968. Leslie returned to the farming life as well as taking on various other jobs. He began working at the Cass Funeral Home in Stanstead in 1995, arranging and directing funerals as well as maintaining a small beef herd. Leslie also serves as a director on the Ayer’s Cliff fair board, a position which he has held for over thirty years.
Janie Webster
Janie was born in the old Sherbrooke Hospital and raised in Rock Island and Beebe. She graduated from Sacred Heart School in Newport, Vermont and shortly after began working at the C.I.B.C. bank in Beebe. She met Leslie at a dance in Fitch Bay, where she was playing music. They married and soon after Janie left her job at the bank and eventually became the secretary-treasurer for the Stanstead County Horticultural Society. In 1986 she retired from that position to become the secretary-treasurer for the Ayer's Cliff Fair. In 1996 Janie began working alongside Leslie at the Cass Funeral Home, Stanstead, where she counsels families.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


Robert Redden

Born and raised on a little farm in Cookshire. Robert completed a D.E.P. in electricity in Sherbrooke. He started to work in the meat department of several stores and as a meat manager at Provigo for many years. Robert and his wife Yvonne Boutin purchased the family farm in Cookshire where they raised their children, Nancy and Patrick. He enjoys canoeing, skating, cycling and carpentry. In 1998, Robert and Yvonne purchased a house in Lennoxville and Robert began working at Cass Funeral Homes as a funeral director and is pleased to be at your service.

Caroline Beauregard

Born in Sherbrooke and raised in the beautiful countryside of Bishopton. At 17 years old, Caroline left home to pursue studies in the funeral service education program at Rosemont College in Montreal. In 1996, diploma in hand, Caroline returned from Montreal to begin her vocation at Cass Funeral Homes in Lennoxville. She presently lives in Cookshire and shares her life with Dominique Talbot.

Leslie Victor Webster

Leslie was born, raised and educated in the village of Fitch Bay, QC. He began farming at a young age and worked for the municipality. Leslie met Janie Gilbert in 1965 and they married in 1966. They lived in Rock Island for two years and then moved to a small farm they purchased in Ogden in 1968. Leslie returned to the farming life as well as taking on various other jobs. He began working at the Cass Funeral Home in Stanstead in 1995, arranging and directing funerals as well as maintaining a small beef herd. Leslie also serves as a director on the Ayer’s Cliff fair board, a position which he has held for over thirty years.

Janie Webster 
Janie was born in the old Sherbrooke Hospital and raised in Rock Island and Beebe. She graduated from Sacred Heart School in Newport, Vermont and shortly after began working at the C.I.B.C. bank in Beebe. She met Leslie at a dance in Fitch Bay, where she was playing music. They married and soon after Janie left her job at the bank and eventually became the secretary-treasurer for the Stanstead County Horticultural Society. In 1986 she retired from that position to become the secretary-treasurer for the Ayer's Cliff Fair. In 1996 Janie began working alongside Leslie at the Cass Funeral Home, Stanstead, where she counsels families.

Penny Ward

Penny and her twin sister Laurie were born in Sherbrooke QC, and grew up in Sawyerville. She attended Sawyerville Elementary, and graduated from Alexander Galt High School in 1985. After graduation, Penny moved to Toronto Ontario where she began working for the bank of Montreal. She later moved back to Sawyerville, where she continued her career with the Bank of Montreal in Sawyerville and later in Cookshire. In 1989 Penny moved on to the CIBC bank in Lennoxville, where she remained until accepting a secretarial position with Cass Funeral Homes in 2008. Penny enjoys sharing her life with her husband Ivan Cork and their three sons, Ryan, Kyle and Kevin.

Frank Wilson

Born and raised in North Hatley QC, Frank moved to Lennoxville QC where he has lived and worked for over 35 years.  He began his working career at Sherbrooke’s American Biltrite Company, but soon moved to Alexander Galt Regional High School. Having accepted a position with Champlain College in Lennoxville, Frank enjoyed a 30 year career as the Manager of Buildings and Equipment for the Champlain campus.   Frank, and his wife Jane, raised two daughters while working at Champlain College, and he also served as a volunteer fireman on the Lennoxville Department for over 20 years, leaving the Department as a Lieutenant. Having retired from Champlain College in December of 2009, Frank is one who never sits still for long. Early 2010, he began working for Cass Funeral Homes on a part-time basis, and appreciates the sense of accomplishment when assisting families.