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Bronwin was raised in the farming, ranching community surrounding Harrisburg located in Western Nebraska. She graduated from Banner County High School in Harrisburg and went on to graduate with honors from Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, Wyoming, with an Associate of Applied Science degree. She was working on a degree in Psychology at the University of Wyoming when she decided to take a break from school and married Ronald “Jamie” Hanshew. The couple moved to the Sandhills of Nebraska where Jamie’s love for the outdoors led him into ranching and Bronwin into using her restaurant management skills. They returned to Western Nebraska and in 2007 Bronwin was offered a job with a local funeral home which was a big change from restaurant business. She found the work a good fit and working with people in a difficult time in their lives, very rewarding. At that point she made a career change and received her degree in Mortuary Science from DesMoines Area Community College, Des Moines, Iowa, in 2009 and received her Nebraska Embalmer/Funeral Director license in February 2010. Bronwin joined the team at Bell Mortuary in March 2015 and has found the rural setting of Glasgow very much like home. Bronwin enjoys cooking, sewing, crafting, gardening, and spending time with her family in their many shared activites. She and Jamie have two boys, Bryce and Jaydeen. They are active in 4-H, sports, hunting, fishing, and taking care of their animals. The family attends the Evangelical Church in Glasgow.
Bronwin can be contacted by calling Bell Funeral Home at 406-228-2112.
Scot was born and raised in Fort Benton, the birthplace of Montana. He graduated in 1985 and spend the next 2 years in Chicago attending Wheaton College. in 1987, Scot joined the US Navy and faithfully served his country for the next 6 years- spending time in Orlando and San Diego. After his Honorable Discharge, he returned to Montana and soon bumped into his future bride, Shawna. Scot began a career with the BNSF Railway that would last the next 16 years. In 2009, he was asked to assist with a funeral and realized his life calling. Scot attended Arapahoe Community College near Denver and became a fully licensed Funeral Director in 2013. While on a hunting trip in late 2015, he spent some time in a Stevenson Family funeral home and joined their team in early 2016.
A full bio will be coming soon.
Full biography coming soon.
Loni was born in Miles City, Montana and grew up in Glasgow, Montana. She moved to Wolf Point, Montana in 2006 and graduated from Wolf Point High School in 2009. Loni worked as a CNA at the Faith Lutheran Home till she relocated back to Glasgow. Loni has a young daughter Alice Elaine who is her pride and joy. Loni starting working for Bell Mortuary in March of 2015 as the Office Manager. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, fishing with her dad, baking, watching sports (Go Packer’s!) and enjoying all the recreational activities that living on the Hi-Line has to offer. Especially spending time on Fort Peck Lake.
Todd Stevenson – Director
Todd was born in Miles City, MT and is a graduate of Custer County District High School. Todd and Terri were married in 1982, and graduated together from Mount Hood Mortuary School in 1984. They then returned to work together in the family business in Miles City. They have two children: Tiffany and TJ. Todd is a member of: The Grace Bible Church, Montana Funeral Directors Association, The National Funeral Directors Association, Eagles, Miles City Club and the Miles City Town & Country Club. In his very limited spare time Todd enjoys gardening and growing trees, water activities and fishing. He also looks forward to spending any time at all with his four grandsons.
Terri Stevenson – Director
Terri was born in Redding, CA and graduated from Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, CO. Terri married Todd Stevenson, in 1982. She then graduated with Todd from Mount Hood Mortuary School in 1984. Terri and Todd have two children: Tiffany and TJ. Terri is a member of The Grace Bible Church, The Montana Funeral Directors Association (where she was President in 2009) and The Miles City Town & Country Club. She is also serving on the Miles Community College Endowment Board. Terri is actively engaged in Grief Support and follow-up groups as well as Hospice. Terri is an outdoor enthusiast, who savors the time she spends gardening. She relishes spending time with family, and most of all, spending time with her four wonderful grandsons.
Scott Stevenson – Director
Scott was born and raised in Miles City, MT. He graduated from Custer County District High School in 2002, and then went to Dickinson State University, where he got his degree in Business Management. Scott then attended Mount Hood Mortuary School, where he graduated in the summer of 2007. After working in Aberdeen, SD for two years, he returned to the family business in Miles City in 2009. Scott is a member of the Grace Bible Church, Miles City Lions Club, Montana Funeral Directors Association and the Town and Country Club. Like others in his family, Scott enjoys Montana’s outdoor life. He enjoys golfing, hunting and fishing whenever he can find some time for relaxing. Scott is honing his skills as a coyote hunter, and enjoys the challenges of calling them.
T.J. Stevenson – Director
T.J. Stevenson was born and raised in Miles City, MT. He graduated from Custer County District High School in 2005 and then attended Montana State University of Billings, where he was a member of the golf team for three years, and graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Following that, he attended Mount Hood Mortuary School and graduated in the summer of 2010. After graduation, T.J. followed in his family’s footsteps and began working at the funeral home in Miles City. T.J. is an active member of Grace Bible Church, Miles City Club, Town and Country Club, Kiwanis, Montana Funeral Directors Association and is on the Holy Rosary Foundation Hospital Board. TJ is an avid golfer, who visits the links regularly. Like other members of his family, he is also a fisherman, hunter and sports enthusiast.