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Jeff Rasmussen

Jeff Rasmussen

Jeff Rasmussen was born and raised in Rupert, the son of Blaine and Lois Hunsaker Rasmussen. He graduated from Minico High School and attended Utah State University in Logan, Utah, prior to serving as a missionary in the Argentina Buenos Aires North Mission for the LDS Church. He continued his undergraduate work at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he majored in organ performance studying extensively under the tutelage of Professor Parley Belnap. Jeff then attended and graduated from the Cypress School of Mortuary Science.

Jeff is married to Amy Beck Rasmussen and they are the parents of four children, Emily (Sheldon) Mallory, and Camille, Mariah and Mason Rasmussen; and the grandparents of two granddaughters, Hadley and McKinzley Mallory.

Nik Rasmussen


Nik Rasmussen grew up in the mini-cassia area graduating from Minidoka County High School (Minico) in 1998. He worked for the next nine years as a certified pipe welder traveling all over the United States.

Nik changed his career so he could spend more time at home with his family. After completing his general education at the College of Southern Idaho (CSI), Nik graduated from Arapahoe Community College (ACC), in Littleton, Colorado in August of 2009 with a degree in Mortuary Science.

Nik is married to Kandice Wilkins Rasmussen and they are the parents of Kaelan, Jackson and Henley.

He loves spending time with his family and enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking and riding his motorcycle when time permits.

Court Wilson

Court Wilson

Court Wilson was raised in Tremonton, Utah, where he graduated from Bear River High School in 1998. He studied briefly at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, prior to serving an LDS mission to Paris, France. He then returned to Snow College to complete his Associate of Arts degree. He subsequently transferred to Weber State University where he obtained a bachelors degree in commercial French.

A short while later, in 2005, Court took an interest in the funeral service industry, beginning as a funeral pre-arrangement counselor. After completing studies at the Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in Houston, Texas, he then became a licensed funeral director/mortician in 2007. In April of 2013, his career pursuits brought him to Rasmussen Funeral Home in Burley.

He and his wife, Jill Frandsen Wilson, have four daughters, Olivia, Claire, Ava and Sylvie.

Ben Biermann

Ben Biermann

Ben Biermann was born in Heyburn. He graduated from Minico High School in 1990, and then continued in general studies at Idaho State University. He graduated with honors from Boise State University in 1996, with a Bachelor of Science degree in respiratory therapy. He then worked for the next ten years at St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Boise in the Heart ICU department. He is the father of Payton and Boone.

Ben enjoys hunting, fishing and coaching. He changed his career so that he could spend more time with his family. He has been able to coach his boys in football ever since.

In 2005, Ben chose to obtain his insurance license and since that time as been actively involved in working as a pre-need specialist in the funeral industry.