We have years of experience caring for families from all walks of life, cultures and faiths. Our unsurpassed staff and our family provide kind, caring, professional service. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession who are dedicated to excellence in service, adhere to the highest funeral industry standards, and have exceptional integrity. We consistently earn phenomenally high customer satisfaction survey results.
Our licensed, professional staff is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call 406-752-6666 anytime. We will even come to you to make arrangements in the comfort of your home.
Prompt, compassionate service is always just a phone call away, where and when you need it.
I am the fourth generation of my family born in Arizona, where I graduated from high school and attended Mesa Community College of Mortuary Science, earning an Associate's Degree in Mortuary Science. I then went on to attend Arizona State University and received a B.S. in Business Management. I have worked in many capacities in the funeral industry, from washing cars to serving as General Manager of multiple funeral home and cemetery locations. I have a wonderful wife and five kids who love the adventurous life we lead. I play the bagpipes in some of my spare time and love to play pickleball. We love the outdoors and spending time with our family.
I am a native to Arizona but have come to love the 9 years that I have spent in Montana.
Mark started his career in the funeral industry in 1997 in Medford, Oregon graduating from Mt Hood Community College Mortuary Program and moved to Kalispell in 2007 with his wife and six children. As well as his love for family, Mark loves helping and assisting others in the hard times of their lives as in with the loss of a loved one; Mark is dedicated to the families he serves as well as all of our community.
Roger is a native to Kalispell, attending school and receiving his education in the Flathead. After his schooling, he started a long haul trucking business. He then worked at Superior Lumber Co. in Columbia Falls as a shipping foreman for 14 years. Roger later worked for the Kalispell Fire Department for many years, retiring as Assistant Chief. He was also instrumental in starting the fire department at the Glacier International Airport. Roger has helped out at the funeral home for 30 years, working part-time as needed. He is very active in his church and has traveled to several different countries on mission trips. He is married to Sue and has four lovely daughters. Roger enjoys spending time with his family and meets daily for coffee with his friends who have retired from the fire department. Roger also enjoys fishing, camping, and hiking in Glacier Park.
Joachim Alfred Gloschat Sr., known as "Fred," was born in 1936 in Berlin, Germany and is Anthony's father. His apprenticeship as a tailor was interrupted when the family fled communist East Germany in 1951. In 1953, Fred and his mother followed his sister to the United States, where they settled in Salt Lake City and worked for English tailors to pay off their sponsor's loan and assimilate into the American culture. Fred joined the military, serving honorably in Vietnam, and retired from the USAF in 1976. He then worked for Boeing and the Department of Defense until 1992. Fred learned how to fly while on active duty and is a FAA certified flight instructor. He has been an electrical contractor and has been a part-time funeral assistant since 1982, working with Croxford and Son’s in the Great Falls, and is now at Johnson & Gloschat Funeral Home in Kalispell.
Fred married his sweetheart in 1958, and they are the parents of six children and 20 grandchildren. He has been involved in scouting since 1962 and received the honor of the Silver Beaver for his service to the youth. He is also very active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Bigfork Ward. Fred is currently serving a working mission at L.D.S. church historical sites in Wyoming.
Fred is a native Montanan, having grown up in Lima. He moved to Kalispell in 1971 and is retired from PTI/Centurytel. He was active in the PeeWee baseball program with his two sons and has been active with the Boy Scouts for 26 years. He is a member of the Eagles, Elks and Knights of Columbus. Fred is a volunteer with the Kalispell Regional Medical Center and Glacier Jazz Society. He has been married to his sweetheart, Eileen, for 50 years, has four children and nine grandchildren. He enjoys hunting, fishing, rafting, boating on his “Red Wine” boat and is an active member of Risen Christ Catholic Church.
Pre- Arrangment Specialist
Cherie started her service with the funeral and cemetery business 20 years ago. She takes great care in her administration duties or when assisting a family.
Cherie feels fortunate to be able to help families during a time when grief is so overwhelming with the loss of a loved one or by giving them peace of mind with pre-arrangements for their final resting place.
Making the move to Montana, She and her husband Rocky live in Marion where they have resided since 2016. Empty nesters they enjoy all of what Montana has to offer, some traveling and even sitting on the back porch.
Nick is a native to the Flathead valley. Born and raised in the flathead Nick attended flathead high school. Spending his career protecting the Flathead Valley as a Flathead County deputy as well as a deputy coroner. Nick is married to his beautiful wife Nicole and has two wonderful children. Nick can be found out grazing on glacier lilies in the summer and laying beneath the starts enjoying the out doors as often as possible.
Michael and his family relocated to Kalispell from
Colorado in 2013. Originally from the panhandle of Oklahoma, Michael has
fallen in love with Montana and everything the Flathead Valley has offer.
Michael strives to serve families here in Flathead Valley in various
ways. He joined the team in late summer of 2017, but has pastored and
worked in the funeral business in the area since 2013. Michael &
Mikka enjoy spending time with their boys (Masen & Miller) & fur babies
(Mugly, Minnie, Ming-Ming & Munchie).
Jil was born in Freemont, California and moved around the states with her family before settling in Kalispell. She met her husband, Tyler who works for a local dairy business supervising both Kalispell and Missoula branches. She is a busy mom at home of three small children and has deep familial roots here in Montana through her husband’s family. She worked for one year as a CNA at the local hospital but has always dreamed of working within funeral homes servicing families with aftercare of loved ones. Jil enjoys spending time with her young children, drawing, baking and hiking in warmer Montana weather. She also enjoys the family lake house during summer and sledding with her children in the winter. She has worked interpersonally with families servicing cell phones for nearly 15 years and took to the change to the medical field with joy. She hopes to start her degree as a Funeral Director and become an integral part of serving local families.