NEWS & EVENTS


"Journeys Bereavement Support Group"

 7-8:30pm on Mondays in  Bozeman Deaconess   Hospital's Pine Room     

 

Coffee Break for Bereaved Parents

Hosted by The Compassionate Friends Bozeman Chapter

2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month @ 10am

Wild Joe's Coffee, Main Street in Bozeman.

 Call Kathy 539-3491 with questions.


Rocky Mountain Hospice Bereavement Group

5:30 - 7:00 pm for 9 weeks beginning Septembber 16th.  301 Edelweiss,    Suite 6.

Call Cindy 556-0640 with questions.


Our History

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Bernard & M'Lis Dahl

Emil H. Dahl, a successful emigrant blacksmith from Denmark to Rhame, North Dakota in 1920, bought a hardware store that had a supply of caskets. After attending Worshams's College of Embalming in Chicago he became a licensed Funeral Director. In 1939, the end of the dirty thirties, he bought Nichols Mortuary in Bozeman. His son Eldon, a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Mortuary Science, joined him in the operation of Dahl Funeral Home. For a brief period of time most of the family (Mother Alice Dahl, sons Eldon, Raymond and Bernard and daughter Mary) worked at the funeral home until it was interrupted by WWII. (Eldon and Raymond enlisted in the US Army Air Corp, Bernard in the US Navy and Mary in the US Army)

In 1947 Eldon rejoined the firm. In 1955 Bernard Dahl, Howard Retz, and William Brown formed the Billings Funeral Service in Billings. In 1966 Bernard became the sole owner changing the name to Dahl Funeral Chapel. In 1977 Bernard established Dahl Funeral Chapel in Red Lodge, MT and merged Bozeman, Billings and Red Lodge operation into one. In 1978, the new chapel was built in Bozeman to include the only crematory for at least one hundred miles. In 1990 Bernard's son John Emil Dahl joined the firm and daughter Irene joined the firm in 1991. In 1998 Dahl Funeral Chapels, LLC was formed, turning the reins to John and Irene, the present generation.

We look forward to the challenges that come with a changing market. We will continue to look for new ways to serve the families who have chosen us, and to find new methods for leaving a positive lasting memory of those whom they have lost. Growth in our business does not depend on big advertising campaigns. Our growth will continue to come from the dedication for our people of our business, our community and to the people who have chosen to place their trust in us.