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Since 1956, Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary, together with our dedicated staff, has been serving the community of Billings and the greater Yellowstone County area.

We are experts in creating meaningful services, whether cremation or burial; a formal traditional service or an informal gathering; either in our facility, at your church or other location of your choosing. Since there are so many ways to honor someone's life, we encourage you to contact us to see how we can assist you.
 

Recent Obituaries

Eida V. (Stockman) Hooley
1923 — 2017

On June 20, 2017, Eida V. (Stockman) Hooley passed away at St. John’s Lutheran Home. Eida was born to Swedish parents in Finland, and emigrated to […]
Jul 5, 2017 /

Marjorie L. Waller

Marjorie Waller passed away peacefully on June 30, 2017, with her family and kitty, Muffy, by her side. Marjorie was born April 14, 1931, in Great […]
Jul 3, 2017 /

Jack Edwin Young

Jack E. Young passed away on June 26, 2017, after an extended fight to heal complications from heart disease and lung issues. He was 76. Jack […]
Jun 29, 2017 /

Rosella Mae Zika

Rosella Mae Zika, 82 of Billings was called to heaven by God to be with family members who preceded her. Rosella was born in Crosby, […]
Jun 27, 2017 /

Harold Dave ‘Swede’ Swenson

  Born on Feb. 9, 1933, on the original family farm near Hampden, ND, during a North Dakota prairie snowstorm, Harold Dave “Swede” Swenson was the […]
Jun 27, 2017 /

Billie Becotte

Billie Becotte, 90, of Billings died Saturday, June 24, 2017, and has gone to be with her Lord and Savior after a long, rich and […]
Jun 27, 2017 /

Franklin Lee Arbuckle

Franklin Lee Arbuckle, known as Lee, was born April 30, 1943, in Belle Fourche, South Dakota, to Frank and Mary Lee (Richardson) Arbuckle. Mary Lee […]
Jun 26, 2017 /

Janice Louise Witt

Janice Louise Witt was called home on June 23, 2017. She was born to Robert and Lucille Gordon on June 21, 1927, in Idaho Falls, […]
Jun 26, 2017 /

Rosetta (Dit) Strecker

Rosetta (Dit) Strecker passed away Wednesday morning, June 21, 2017. Rosetta was born on Nov. 18, 1924, to Hazel and William Willmore in Billings. Rosetta was […]
Jun 23, 2017 /

Dolores Ruth Mundale

Following a three-year battle with cancer, Dolores Ruth Mundale was released by the bounds of this earth and died peacefully on Monday, June 12, 2017, […]
Jun 16, 2017 /

Wayne A. Cayko

Wayne was born in Sidney on Aug. 8, 1968. He attended schools in Glendive until 1984, when the family moved to Billings. His fondest memories […]
Jun 16, 2017 /

Our Commitment

To serve your family in the ways you prefer - with honesty, dignity, fairness and trust... to provide the quiet, reassuring comfort of knowing you chose the right people to care for your family.

Our Code of Good Practice

As an invited member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes, Michelotti-Sawyers is recognized for it's continued commitment to maintaining high standards in their character, performance, services, and facilities. With this membership, Michelotti-Sawyers is obligated to offer a wide range of prices, as well as complete freedom to select a funeral service within their means.

Who We Are

Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary and Crematory is a locally and independently owned and operated full service funeral home and crematory. The business was started in 1956 by Robert G. Michelotti and John F. Sawyers.

Our Signature Service

Whether you choose a traditional or a contemporary ceremony, a funeral provides a profound experience that ultimately aids in the grieving process. By gathering your family and friends you give testimony to the life of your loved one, you celebrate the relationships shared, and you provide a time and place for all who were part of their life to come together in a reflective setting. Whatever your preference, our staff will work one-on-one with you to create an appropriate tribute. To help simplify the planning and arrangement process, the offerings described here represent the most popular choices of our client families.

Yellowstone Valley Memorial Park

Yellowstone Valley Memorial Park was established by Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary in the summer of 1998. It is our hope that we have created a place where families may find peace and comfort for generations to come.