In Our Care

A time to celebrate our loved one’s lives.

Kay Mattson

Kay Mattson, 83, Bismarck, died in her home December 2 after fighting cancer for the last four years. Kathleen Lynn Currie, “Kay” to everyone who knew her, was born March 25, 1940, in Devils Lake, ND, to James and Lorraine Currie. Kay graduated from Sisseton…

Florence Frueh

Florence Frueh, 98, of Bismarck, passed away December 7, 2023. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, December 13, 2023, at Bismarck Funeral Home.  Burial will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery, Harvey, ND. Family will be welcoming guests one hour prior to…

Charles “Chuck” Shiock

Charles “Chuck” J. Shiock, 67, died peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of December 3, 2023 in his home in Bismarck, ND surrounded by family after a three month battle with lung cancer. Chuck was born in Adrian, PA on March 31, 1956….

James Rundall

James Richard Rundall, 62, passed away November 25, 2023 in a Bismarck hospital with his family by his side. Formerly of Minot, ND.   Jim “Buck, Pimmer” was born August 18th, 1961, in Hoven, South Dakota to John (“Jack”) and Maritta (“Dytc”, Hermann) Rundall.  He…

A tradition of comfort and caring.

  • Preplanning

    Preplanning gives your family a detailed road map of what type of service you want. Preplanning is truly one of the most thoughtful and loving things you can do for your family.


  • Traditional

    A funeral service is a time to reflect on the past while looking toward the future, and to celebrate our loved ones’ lives and reflect upon their accomplishments.


  • Cremation

    Today, many people are considering cremation as an alternative to the traditional burial service. The planning of a cremation comes down to a matter of personal choice.


Support and Guidance

We are here to help you through a very difficult point in your life. To listen, to console, to plan and to handle. We are able to offer you guidance and to help you to coordinate a personal tribute that honors the life of your loved one.