Former Chant’s employee faces inquiry
A former Chant’s Funeral Home employee will face an inquiry into her professional conduct.
Former funeral director Jill Nemis will face the Nova Scotia Board of Registration of Embalmers and Funeral Directors in Sydney starting Tuesday.
Executive manager Kortney Adams says the board will release a written decision outlining its findings, expected to come three to five weeks after the inquiry.
Nemis’ licence could be suspended or revoked if the board finds there was misconduct on her part.
Service Nova Scotia announced a six-month suspension of Chant’s licence to sell prearranged funeral plans in June of 2018, and permanently revoked its ability to sell trust funds after investigating a complaint.
The funeral home’s licence was suspended following a fire at the funeral home in February.