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Schoening Funeral Service pays last respects to Kamloops

A view of the chapel at Schoening Funeral Services Ltd. in Kamloops, B.C. (Contributed by: Schoening Funeral Services)

A Kamloops family-owned business is about to change hands.

This isn't your run-of-the-mill mom and pop operation -- more like a brother and sister act.

Their business has been lucrative, it's recession proof, and there's never a shortage of customers.

Still, Paul Wright and Sandra Ervine have decided it's time to sell Schoening Funeral Services, and explain why to Daybreak contributor, Shelley Joyce.
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