History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

When we sit down with a family, we have just one goal: to create a fitting, memorable and affordable service for their loved one. Together, we explore the wide variety of services and products available, as well as a wealth of creative ideas and suggestions.

Together, we'll design a memorial or funeral service that suits their needs now, and in the future. Families who come to us know that years from now, they will have deep peace-of-mind because in coming to us, they've done their best to honor their loved one.

Our Valued Staff

  • Bryan Coble

    Bryan Coble Funeral Director

    Bryan was born and raised in Sigourney, Iowa. After serving in the military for 8 years, he moved to Missouri where he has lived most of his life. He worked in northern Missouri as a paramedic for about 12 years. During that time, he worked part time for a family funeral home. After taking a short sabbatical from the medical profession, he decided to go back to school and get his degree in Mortuary Science. He graduated from Kansas City Kansas Community College, and during his internship he worked for a small family funeral home in Lexington and Odessa, MO. In 2018, Bryan came to Montana to start living his Big Sky dream and has now become a permanent addition to the Brundage Funeral Home Family.
    Bryan is married, and has three children, and six grandchildren. His wife Kelly works in administration for the Kansas City School District and will be joining him at the end of the school year, but for now he now lives in Dillon his two Weimaraner dogs, Stella and Duke. He enjoys spending time outdoors, hunting, fishing, and camping. He also enjoys traveling and spending time with his family. Bryan looks after his funeral families as if they were his own and looks forward to becoming a part of the Dillon community.

  • Josie Marks

    Josie Marks Funeral Intern