Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.
Bronwin Hanshew – Funeral Director
Bronwin was raised in the farming and ranching community surrounding Harrisburg, Nebraska. She graduated from Banner County High School in Harrisburg and then went on to Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, Wyoming, where she graduated with honors with an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Bronwin 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 restraint management skills. They returned to Western Nebraska and in 2007, Bronwin was offered a job with a local funeral home. She found the work a good fit and very rewarding: helping people during a difficult time in their lives. She received her degree in Mortuary Science form Des Moines Area Community College, Des Moines, Iowa in 2009 and her Nebraska Embalmer/Funeral Director license in February 2010. Bronwin joined the team at Bell Mortuary in March of 2015 and has found the rural setting of Glasgow very much like her original home. Bronwin enjoys cooking, photography, crafting, gardening and spending time with her family in their many shared activities. She and Jamie have two boys, Bryce and Jaydeen. They are active in 4-H, sports, hunting, fishing and taking care of numerous animals. Bronwin is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association, Montana Funeral Director Association, FMDH Foundation Board, Valley County Health Department Board, LEPC Board and Valley County 4-H Council.
Bronwin can be contacted by calling Bell Funeral Home at 406-228-2112.
Scot Renville – Funeral Director
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 where he and his wife, Shawna raised their two sons- Seth and Samuel. 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. That summer Scot moved to Glasgow and works in both the Bell Mortuary and the CSMC Chapel in Wolf Point.
Scot has served on several boards and currently serves as Quartermaster and Adjutant for VFW Post 3107. In his spare time, Scot enjoys camping, golfing, dancing, travelling and recently found a passion for kayaking with his youngest son, Samuel.
Sherry Berger – Office Assistant
Sherry is a proud fourth generation Montanan. Raised in Square Butte, Montana, Sherry graduated high school in Geraldine and went on to attend Dawson Community College. For the past 43 years, Sherry has made Valley County her home. Married, with two children, Sherry’s passion to help others drove her to serve as an Emergency Medical Technical for over 29 years. As a longtime supporter of the arts, she served as a Board Member for the Fort Peck Summer Theater for 10 years. In her free time, Sherry enjoys traveling, playing thirteen Rummy, boating with her husband Clay on Fort Peck Lake, weekly trivia with her friends at Busted Knuckle Brewery and spending time with her family.
Todd Stevenson – Director
Todd was born and raised in Miles City, MT and is a graduate of Custer County High School. He knew from an early age that he wanted to be a Funeral Director. Todd married Terri married in 1982, and finished up his Associates degree at Miles City Community College. He then went on to get his Mortuary Science degree in Portland Oregon, where he and his wife graduated together in 1984. After graduation, the couple came back to Miles City to work in the family business. Todd has a heart for funeral services, and he is also a visionary. He wanted to expand into other area towns and serve their communities as he has served Miles City and the surrounding areas. As the proper opportunities arose, he was able to take the highly regarded Stevenson & Sons Funeral Home name to many communities. Todd now spends a great deal of his time ensuring that the special care, personal attention and profound respect that are the foundation of Stevenson & Sons Funeral Homes are always honored at all of the different locations. They have two adult children: Tiffany and TJ. Tiffany is married to Ren Gardner and TJ is Married to Haley (Anderson). Tiffany and Ren have four boys. Todd actively follows his four grandsons as they participate in numerous and varied sporting events. He also very much enjoys just spending time with them. He is a member of Grace Bible Church, Montana Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Directors Association, The Miles City Club, Miles City Town & Country Club and served on The Board of Morticians. He enjoys hunting, fishing and cooking for family and friends, when time permits.
Terri Stevenson – Director
Terri was born in Redding, CA. Her father worked for Conoco Oil, so they were transferred to many locations throughout her education. She graduated from Green Mountain High School in Lakewood, CO. She attended Oklahoma Baptist University for her freshman year and then went to Western Bible College in CO for two years. She married Todd Stevenson in 1982, and they finished credits for Mortuary School at Miles City Community College. Both graduated with their degrees in Mortuary Science from Mount Hood in Oregon in 1984. They headed back to Miles City to help in the family business. They have two adult children: Tiffany and TJ. Tiffany is married to Ren Gardner and TJ is Married to Haley (Anderson). Tiffany and Ren have four boys. Terri also enjoys her four, very active grandsons who regularly participate in many various activities. In their free time, she is at baseball games, football and soccer fields and gyms watching basketball and wrestling. Terri is a member of Grace Bible Church, The Town and Country Club, Montana Funeral Directors Association, where she served as President in 2009, and The National Funeral Directors Association. Along with spending time with her family, she loves gardening, fishing and golfing.
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. Scott and his wife Andrea have two children, Landon & Emerson. Scott is a member of the Grace Bible Church, The Miles City Club, the Town and Country Club, Montana Funeral Directors Association and the National Funeral Directors Association. Like others in his family, Scott enjoys Montana’s outdoor life. He enjoys hunting, fishing, golfing and watching football whenever he can find some time for relaxing.
T.J. Stevenson – Director
T.J. Stevenson was born and raised in Miles City, MT. He graduated 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. He attended Mount Hood Mortuary School in Portland, OR and graduated the summer of 2010. He returned home to work with his family and is part of the third generation. He married Haley (Anderson) on May 11, 2019. They are raising two dogs Penny, and Bootsie. T.J. is a member of Grace Bible Church, The Town and Country Club, Kiwanis, Range Riders Board of Directors, The Montana Funeral Directors Association, and The National Funeral Directors Association. He enjoys golfing, fishing hunting and is a sports enthusiast.