In the Community

Since our founding in 1907, Speers has been grateful for the support of the people in our community and are proud to participate fully in making Regina and area a better place to live for everyone. In that spirit, we are pleased to share with you a few of the causes that we participate in to try and give back to the Regina community.

Speers Caregiver Award

To help honour and recognize special people in Regina, Speers Funeral and Cremation Services is proud to present

  The Caregiver Award. 

Quarterly, we will recognize a nominee on our website and  Facebook page before announcing a winner of the Speers Caregiver Award each year with a prize package, provided by DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Conference Centre  Regina and The Diplomat Steak House.

We encourage you to review our list below to help generate ideas for potential nominees and click here to open the Speers Caregiver Award nomination form.

  • Nurses and Physicians
  • Hospice Professionals
  • Healthcare Administrative Staff
  • Volunteers
  • Family Members
  • Any Caring Individual

For more information, please contact Heather Wenarchuk at or call (306)522-3232.

Regina Pats Hockey Club

As two of Regina's longest-running institutions, Speers and the Pats share a unique connection in our community. In fact, Speers owner and President, Todd Lumbard is a former Pats goaltender who continues his involvement with the team as President and co-owner of the club. Our team at Speers are also proud to be part of the Pats Regiment by attending home games and sponsoring the starting lineup at the Brandt Centre and on 620 CKRM.

Hospitals of Regina Foundation

We are proud to make a memorial donation to the Hospitals of Regina Centre for Mother-Baby Care on behalf of each family we serve throughout the year. These funds are used to acquire essential equipment that is needed to help fragile, at-risk babies become well enough to go home with their families.

Wade Moffatt Memorial Gala

Speers is proud to sponsor the 2nd annual Wade Moffatt memorial Gala - a fund-raising event for the Canadian Mental Health Association.

Wade Moffatt was known for his energy, compassion and genuine nature; but also for his care and efforts within our community.  After a long battle with untreated bipolar disorder and alcoholism, Wade took his own life.  Wade's family and a few close friends have worked in collaboration with the Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) to create an event that would honour Wade for his contributions in our community, while creating awareness for mental health. For more information, please visit,