Seland Funeral Home is a family-run business with a rich history and an excellent reputation. We were established in the 1880s by Edward Olson, who advertised “furniture, carpets, sewing machines and undertaking.” It was common for furniture companies of that time to combine undertaking with their business. In 1933, Gust Gilbertson became the proprietor and operated it until 1965, when it was purchased by DeVerne Seland. DeVerne operated the funeral home along with Seland’s Home Furnishings and Flooring. This was later split into two separate companies—Seland’s Karpetland, owned by son Tim and Seland Funeral Home, owned by son Mark. Furniture was phased-out in 2004, and the funeral home was expanded and enhanced to better-serve families.
Nestled in a beautiful, scenic valley, Seland Funeral Home has a uniqueness that surpasses the bigger cities’ funeral homes. We serve the entire area and offer personal, one-on-one relationship with our family of clients. There is no rush with planning, and families receive special, caring attention.
We listen with compassion, empathy and the utmost patience. Planning a funeral is a big process—one never knows when the grief will manifest itself. We ensure that your family’s grief is being taken care of. We take care of you and will handle every little detail so you are less burdened.
Seland’s will walk with you through the valley of grief—you are not alone.
Seland’s can help co-ordinate all aspects of a funeral or memorial service including:
- Legal documents and filing
- Arrangement of service
- Food and catering
- Tribute videos
- Casket selection
- And more
We also offer preplanning consultation.