Scobey, Montana Funeral Homes

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Scobey, Montana Funeral Homes
211 Timmons
Scobey, Montana 59263
(406) 487-2233
Scobey, Montana Obituaries and News
A farmer, a journalist, a lawyer and a judge: Gordon Bennet was many things February 18, 2017

And I will always appreciate that,” Sullivan said. Bennett’s journey in life began in 1922 in Scobey, a place his obituary said he affectionately referred to as the “Athens of Northeastern Montana.” He was the third of his parents’ four children. (The Montana Standard)

Gordon Bennett, 94 February 12, 2017

Travel and sailing followed closely. Gordon Russell Bennett was born July 19, 1922, in Scobey, to which he affectionately referred as the “Athens of Northeastern Montana.” He was the third of four children of James V. and Isetta (Stetson) Bennett. (The Montana Standard)

Bennett, Gordon February 11, 2017

Travel and sailing followed closely. Gordon Russell Bennett was born July 19, 1922, in Scobey, to which he affectionately referred as the “Athens of Northeastern Montana.” He was the third of four children of James V. and Isetta (Stetson) Bennett. (Independent Record)

Wheat the heck? Straw art from rural Montana February 03, 2017

Oster, whose family farms northeast of Scobey along the Canadian border, saw the potential in the wheat straw left after harvest. She uses it to create molded paper. (Kristen Inbody/The Great Falls Tribune via AP) (The Roanoke Times)

Obituary: Mary Helen Bakken January 24, 2017

She was born in Scobey, Montana, on Feb. 20, 1946, to Carl and Laura Ruud and raised on the family farm homestead south of Flaxville, Montana. She graduated from Scobey High School in 1964 and briefly attended the University of Montana in Missoula. (Havre Daily News)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Anaconda, Montana
Driving thru your town on Monday nite I saw your sign and wondered if my Grandfather Leo Martin Finnegan Sr who was a funeral director in Minot North Dakota in the 1920s to the late 1940s is possibily related to the person behind the Finnegan name. My Grandfather was from Minnesota and was traveling to I believe Cutbank to work but got off the train in Minot saw my Grandmother and never left. My Mother is 89 and when I told her she wanted me to check as she is the last member of her family.You can contact me by email @ duddlebug322@msn.com if this is a possability. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Judy Steinhadt daughter of Margaret Ellen Finnegan Penne
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Ocean Twp, New Jersey
They have staff that are not knowledgeable about Jewish customs. The funeral director yelled at my daughter during the gravesite funeral when she wanted a moment alone to say goodbye to her father. They are extremely rude and unhelpful. I would NEVER suggest using this funeral home to anyone!
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Cudahy, Wisconsin
Our family specifically requested not to know the day/date of our mother's creamation. At the time we picked up our mother's cremains, the date was printed on the front of the envelope and there was a certificate identifying the date as well inside the envelope. Horrid, horrid people!
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Wake Forest, North Carolina
My family has always used Feggins-Feggins funeral Home because of the professional manner in which they conduct services. The caring staff and owners handle all details according to family wishes. From first contact to last, they always conduct services in an orderly, respectful way. They run a smooth and efficient operation.
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Spring Hill, Florida
This funeral home sucks! I paid too much for a cremation here ($1695) and found out I overpaid by almost a $1000. What bothers me the most is the lack of compassion Barry Brewer has. It seemed like it was just business without any heart. The whole funeral home smelled so bad the first time I walked in there that I could hardly breathe. Do yourself a favor and find a different funeral home, because this one is just awful. Overpriced, not compassionate at all and smells horrible.
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