Our funeral home has served Humboldt for 85 years under the professional guidance of Alex Duncan (1929-1953), R.A. “Heinie” Skaugstad (1935-1947), Harvey Bogaard (1947-1959), Ray Lindhart (1959-1974), Scott Mason (1974 – 2000), and me, Lincoln Mason (2000- ).
Our family has had the privilege of continuing this tradition for the past 40 years and it is our pledge to do so for the generations to come. It has often been said that these men were here to take care of those who have died. In actuality, we are here to take care of you, the ones left behind.
To honor your loved ones the way in which you wish them to be honored. Please know we promise to handle the arrangements that you have entrusted to us in the most professional and caring way possible. Also know that you can call upon us at anytime with any questions or concerns you may have.
I received my four-year bachelors degree in mortuary science from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1992 and served my apprenticeship with the Reece Funeral Home in Ottumwa, Iowa. I had the privilege of working along side my father, Scott Mason, until the time of his death in 2004. I am proud to be the fourth generation of my family to serve in this profession. I, along with my wife, Dawn and three sons, Alex, Max, and Fin are proud to call Humboldt home.