Our proud heritage of providing professional and compassionate funeral care to the families of Polk County has been a staple in our community for over a century. For four generations our family has continued to provide personal attention and uncompromised quality in everything we do. We hope you will take some time to browse the services we have available and feel free to call on us if you have any questions.
At Bollman Funeral Home and Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center, meeting community needs is more than our commitment; it's a source of pride and direction, guiding our service through the years.
Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley are two locally owned funeral homes steeped in a tradition of upholding the highest professional standards with a commitment of excellence in meeting the needs of the families we serve.
A Time Honored Tradition
The Bollman tradition of quality funeral service dates back to 1890 - the year C.H. Chapman and son Robert founded the firm. The Chapman family had served as leaders in the funeral profession since 1854. In 1929 C.W. Henkle purchased the firm while working with J. Paul Bollman who would take over the business in 1934. Thus began a legacy of service by the Bollman family.
As the son of Dr. L.A. Bollman, an established medical doctor, J. Paul Bollman always wanted to serve the community, as did his father. Continuing Bollman Funeral Home's tradition of quality funeral service while meeting the community's growing needs was J. Paul Bollman's direction. Bollman service had to outshine all others.
Serving Our Community
In 1966 the Bollman family purchased Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center, located at 287 SW Washington Street in Dallas. Wanting to meet the growing needs of our community, Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center offers families a contemporary facility with expanded services including Sunset Crematory, located on site at Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center, along with Heritage Monument Company, which provides families with a complete selection of granite and bronze markers - all at one location.
The high standard of professional, caring service set by J. Paul Bollman and his father has since sparked the service desire in three more generations of the Bollman family. J. Paul Bollman's son John and his wife Beth would serve as funeral directors and today the tradition continues with their children Michael J. Bollman and Amy Bollman Lowery, along with Michael's son, Grant M. Bollman.
Today, just as in 1890, Bollman Funeral Home and Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center are leaders in funeral service because we care. As a full-service funeral home, our professionals are here to meet the changing personal needs of the community we serve.
Commitment of Caring
At Bollman Funeral Home and Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center, we understand that our community is only as good as we make it. As your friends and neighbors, we take great pride in our community involvement. Subscribing to their father’s philosophy to always give back, today his children Michael and Amy continue the commitment established by their great-grandfather, a commitment of caring for their community.
Before, during or after a time of need, our commitment never wavers.
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