Cuba City, Wisconsin
In October of 1967, Gene Siegert and Bill Kessler established the Siegert Funeral Home in Cuba City. The property was purchased from Mrs. Otto Weber. Kevin and Diane Casey moved to Cuba City in August 1979. Kevin worked as a funeral director and embalmer at the Siegert Funeral Home locations in Wisconsin. The Caseys purchased the funeral home in 1988. A warm and spacious addition was added to the Cuba City Funeral Home in 1992. The addition doubled the size of the main visitation room and added a kitchenette and handicapped accessible restrooms. All entrances are also handicapped accessible. The previous owners Kevin & Diane served the surrounding communities for over 40 years. They are still involved today. Mitchell McNett purchased the funeral home July 1st, 2020. Mitchell continues to operate the funeral home, serving all families with dignity and compassion.
Funeral service in Benton dates back to the early 1900's. Lonnie Milner served the community for many years, passing the business to his son, Kelly. They operated out of the building on Main Street which later became Pete's Feed and Blackbourn Pet Hospital. Kelly became a partner with P.L. "Doc" O'Flahrity. Gene Siegert purchased the business and later sold it in 1988 to Kevin and Diane Casey. The Caseys updated and remodeled the Benton Funeral Home shortly after becoming owners. Mitchell McNett purchased the funeral home July 1, 2020. Mitchell continues to operate the funeral home, serving all families with dignity and compassion.